As mentioned previously, the flower itself is from Attic 24, so click here for Lucy’s brilliant tutorial on how to make this. I used the single-petalled flower for this tutorial, but I’ve had a go with the double-petalled one as well (see the Glastonbury Thorn for evidence!) and it works just as nicely.
So, now you have your six-petalled flower, you will be working into the BACK of this. Begin by pulling up a loop through the back of the ‘missed’ stitch from round one of your flower (the blue round on mine)This is a bit hard to show – here’s how it looks from the front, so hopefully you can see where you’re going!Ch1, 1sc into this spaceNow you will be working into the back of the sc you made between each ch3 loop on round 2 of your flower (mauve on mine). These might be a bit tight so you may need to wiggle your hook around here until you can pick up two strands to work intoWork 3dc (UK tr), ch3, 3dc into this stitch