Add some Flower Crochet Power Pattern Rows

Pattern Diagram
Flower crochet power

Add some flower power to your pattern by using a row of V-Stitches followed by a row of 5dc-clusters.

Working with V- Stitches in rows for this pattern.

Join a new color with a slip stitch, work one sc over the slip stitch to secure the yarn, after the join, chain2 ,count a first 3ch, work starting straight stitch count(sssc) as allocated in the printable pattern, skip the first stitch after (sssc),, V-Stitch, (1dc, ch1, 1dc), into next stitch, * skip 2st(s), V-Stitch, (1dc, ch1, 1dc), into next stitch, repeat from * until just before the first stitch of the (essc) starts. Skip this stitch, work 1dc into each remaining stitches, until end and finish off.

Flower Power Crochet Pattern Rows

Working with 5dc-dc stitches in this pattern.

Join a new color with a slip stitch, work one sc over the slip stitch to secure the yarn, after the join, chain2 ,count a first 3ch, work starting straight stitch count(sssc) as allocated in the printable pattern,  *ch1, 5dc-cluster into 1ch-space , repeat from * until the first stitch of the (essc) starts. Chain1, work 1dc into each remaining stitch, until end and finish off.

How to 5DC-Cluster 

The 5dc-cluster crochet stitch is basically just working 5dc, stitches into the same stitch, in this pattern case it is worked into the one chain space from the row before the trick is to leave the last loop of every stitch on the hook, so when you have worked all 5 dc's you should have 5 loops left on our hook, you then just yarn over and pull the hook thru all five loops and tighten it all together with a slip stitch, this pattern calls for a chain one after ever 5 dc cluster.