25 Free Crochet Flower Patterns

If you’re looking for a fun and versatile project then crochet flowers are it.

This collection of 25 free crochet flower patterns includes a variety of options. From simple flowers to more intricate designs and crochet bouquets, your next project could be on this list.

Crochet flowers are one of the easiest things to make. Patterns range in complexity and size which makes them great for both beginners and more experienced crocheters.

Supplies You’ll Need To Make Crochet Flowers

  • Yarn – different patterns will call for different weights and types of yarn (check your pattern to see what specific yarn is needed).
  • Crochet hook appropriate for your chosen yarn (check your pattern for the suggested hook size).
  • A yarn needle, stitch marker and scissors.
  • Other materials may be needed such as: polyester fiberfill, floral wire, embroidery thread, buttons or beads – always check your pattern to see exact materials.

Best Yarn for Crochet Flowers

You can crochet flowers using a variety of different yarns and they’re a great way to use up scrap yarn that you already have in your stash. You don’t need specific colours either so you can use whatever you have on hand.

If purchasing new yarn for a specific flower project, my personal preference is cotton yarn as it has great stitch definition and holds it’s shape well. Look for a brand that has a wide range of pretty floral colours and don’t forget green yarn for stems and leaves.

Yarn weight will define the size of the finished flower and should be taken into consideration as well. Most patterns use DK or worsted weight yarn but for even smaller flowers, you can use fingering weight yarn or crochet thread.

If you’re not sure which yarn to choose, always check the pattern for the designers recommendation.

How To Use Crochet Flowers

Flowers are not only fun to make, they’re incredibly versatile too. They’re perfect for brightening up a space or adding a personalised touch to a project.

Here are a few different ways that you can use them:

  • Attach to clothing and accessories. Crochet flowers make charming embellishments for garments, hats, headbands and bags.
  • Create jewelry or hair accessories. Small crochet flowers can be used to make beautiful brooches, earrings or hair clips.
  • Customise amigurumi. Crochet flowers are perfect for giving your amigurumi projects a cute and whimsical touch.
  • Decorate your home. Add crochet flowers to cushions and blankets or string together to create pretty garlands.
  • Table decor. Large crochet flowers make lovely coasters and others can be used to create stunning centrepieces.
  • Art and craft projects. Create wall art by attaching crochet flowers to a canvas or use them to create cards or embellish scrapbooking projects.

Why You’ll Love These Crochet Flower Patterns

  • Beginner friendly: Fun for practicing basic stitches and techniques.
  • Scrap buster: Great for using up leftover yarn.
  • Versatile: Use them to decorate your home or embellish other projects.

More Patterns

If you love this collection of crochet flower patterns, you might also like to check out these other crochet pattern roundups:

Free Crochet Flower Patterns

Easy Crochet Flowers for Beginners

These simple flowers are perfect for practising basic stitches and techniques. Use them to embellish larger crochet projects or turn them into hair clips, headbands or brooches.

Large Crochet Flowers

Go big or go home! These crochet flower patterns are perfect for making a statement.

3-Dimensional Flowers

Make truly unique flowers by adding dimension and texture with layers or different stitches.

Beautiful Crochet Flower Bouquets

Crochet bouquets make lovely gifts that last a lot longer than traditional flowers. Choose a favourite flower or mix and match to make a one of a kind bouquet.

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