42 Free Patterns to Make Crochet Flowers
Those who are obsessed with crocheting love to implement it in making everything under the sun, starting from coasters to gloves, table runners to headbands. When it comes to creating colorful flowers, those designed through crochet, look cute and adorable, often used as a pattern on blankets, dresses, headbands, or anything else. They may even be designed to grace the flower vase or present as a bouquet. The free patterns below would give a clear insight into how to make crochet flowers.
Slip stitch, double crochet, and double treble go into making these fantastic puff flowers. Adding small buttons at the center would intensify their appeal.
The use of worsted weight yarn gives them a light, fluffy texture.
The contrasting colors add to their charm.
These small, delicate flowers would look lovely when stitched on a hat or beanie.
The tiny bead at the center makes it look even more gorgeous.
You could also crochet the initial of your baby at one corner for a personalized touch.
If you are a pro in crocheting, then this pattern would be a cakewalk for you. These flowers would serve as great ornaments for your Christmas tree.
The hexagonal pattern enhances its sophistication.
You could even attach a green stalk to the flowers if you are planning to include it as a part of your card or scrapbook decoration.
The arrangement of the petals is such that one overlaps the other, creating a 3D effect.
While decorating your Christmas tree, you could use these flowers as ornaments or even make them in green, white, and red to bring in the festive fervor.
With the help of a chain, slip, double crochet, and treble pattern, you can make this flower stitch. Such a design would be apt for creating a warm blanket.
These beautiful roses could serve as an applique on a blanket or even a table runner.
The big flowers appliqued on granny squares appear merely incredible.
If gifting it to someone for Christmas, then a red scarf with a white flower would be a perfect combination.
The flower motif on the granny squares enhances its chic look.
This flat crochet flower would look fantastic when appliqued on a blanket.
The bunch of flowers stitched on the white pillow looks exceptionally fabulous.
Though the leaves may be tedious to make, it gives the flower a complete look.
This crochet poinsettia flower could be a part of your Christmas decorations.
You could design a pretty broach with this five-petalled flower like the one shown here.
These crochet poppy flowers would make for pretty broaches to wear on the occasion of Remembrance Day, which falls on 11th November every year.
If you are planning a beach-themed party, then these blue flowers could serve as a part of your decor or even be made into a broach or ring for the occasion.
If making the ear warmer for an infant, then a big-sized flower would look appealing.
Joining one granny square to the other helps to create a unique pattern.
This crochet flower made in combination with popcorn and slip stitch would be an excellent decoration idea for pillows.
By making fifteen petals in total, you could create this magnificent crochet cushion.
If you want an easier way out, you could glue the buttons or even beads on the flower.
The bright colors outlining the flowers alongside the white circular pattern within give it a serene appearance.
You could make a red flower if gifting it on the occasion of Valentine’s Day.
If stitching so many flowers seems a hassle, then decorate the bag with one of two big flowers.
These pretty flowers, large medium or small, with or without leaves and stems, could grace on a whole lot of stuff like a sweater, scarves, socks, and much more. The color would change by the festivity and occasion.
Published on November 4th 2019 by Miranda Gibbs