Crochet Flower Luggage Tag

Crochet Flower Luggage Tag

Crochet a luggage tag to quickly identify your luggage or special bag from a distance. The yarn is cotton so it’s strong and durable. This is the Crochet Flower Luggage Tag pattern.

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Free Pattern: Crochet Flower Luggage Tag

Designed by Jeanne Steinhilber

I made this in prep for the upcoming Crochet Cruise.

Crocheted Flower Luggage Tag by Jeanne Steinhilber
Crocheted Flower Luggage Tag by Jeanne Steinhilber


  • Small amounts of cotton yarn – I used Lily Sugar ‘n Cream in Hot Pink, Sunshine & Hot Green
  • Hook size 5.0mm H
  • Yarn needle
  • Stuffing or yarn scraps

Flower Center – Make 2

Round 1 – Start with Magic Circle, ch 1, 6 sc into ring.  Slst to first sc.

Round 2 – Ch 1, 2 sc in each stitch around.  Slst to first sc.  (12sc)

When you finish the second center, leave an extra long tail.  Hold the 2 centers with the wrong sides together and whip stitch through the 2 back loops.  Stuff the center before you close.  I just used some of the pink yarn scraps.

Flower Petals

*For the petals, you will work all the stitches into the front loop of both of the front and the back of the flower center.

1st Petal – Row 1 – Attach yarn with a sc, sc again in same stitch, 2 sc in next stitch.  Turn.

Row 2 – Ch 1, sc in each stitch.  Turn. (4sc)

Row 3 – Repeat row 2.

Row 4 – Ch 1, sc2tog, twice. Turn.  (2sc)

Row 5 – Ch 1, sc2tog.  Finish off.  (1sc)

2nd Petal – Start in next free loop of center and repeat first petal.  Continue making petals until you have 6.  Weave in all ends.


Attach yarn with a slst on the back side of the center near the top.  Chain 25, slst to the same spot you attached.  Finish off.

Dangling Leaves

Attach yarn with a slst on the back side of the center near the bottom.  Chain 15, sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in same ch, 2 sc each ch until you get back to the center.  Slst to attach.  Chain 20 and repeat dangle with 2 sc in each chain.  Slst to attach and finish off.


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