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Rahki Season is here! My go-to patterns for Flower Rakhi and Lumba.

Updated: May 15, 2023

2022 Raksha Bandhan was special as I explored some fun new ways to meet my customer expectations. Making unique and special Rakhi using very easy and popular crochet flowers - is a challenge in itself.

These are some of my go to patterns to make my flowers. Head on and put your own spin to them.. and create your own magic!

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  • The layered flower - this is the most colorful option for flower projects. This pattern from Annie's Design Crochet is a good beginner flower pattern and introduces the concept of back loop crochet. I have used this in making loads of projects from hair ties, headbands to Rakhi. You can find the pattern on their Blog Link.

  • Crochet Rose Pattern I used for the Lumba and Headband were based on the basic Crochet Rose Pattern. Here is one of the many versions availabe on the internet. Add your own spin to make it as simple or zingy as you like! Pattern Link.


  • Crochet Daisy Pattern - This Simple flower is the best to make some bright colorful flowers. The pattern Link gives you an easy to follow picture tutorial. Add some dimension in the center and this makes a lovely applique.

  • The Loopy Little Flower - by Therese Eghult is another fun parttern I turn to for flowers. It's a part of the #365daysofcrochetflowers initiative. This tubular looking petals are such a fun accent to give your flower an extra dimension of fun and oopmph. Here is the Ravelry link to the pattern.

Making a Rakhi, can be a fun experience. Especially, when made with flowers. I do hope you like this round-up and have some fun Rakhis for 2023. Do drop a like/comment on this post to let me know your feedback. I'd love to hear from you.

If you'd like to order a Custom Rakhi for 2023, you know where to reach me :)

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