Crochet flowers need not explain themselves. We know they’re beautiful, versatile and look pretty darn glam as wedding bouquets. So the next time someone asks you why you’d want to make crochet flowers, send them a link to this post – our list is all the justification you’ll need.
Not only have we found 40 crochet flower patterns for you to try but this list of (mostly) free crochet patterns also includes ideas and ways for how to use them. Embellish a swimsuit or create a crochet paper clip, but be warned, crochet flowers are almost as addictive as granny squares. Happy hooking!
For more crochet projects, check out our free crochet patterns blog post which includes +50 free patterns!
How to make a crochet flower
Want to learn the basics of how to make a crochet flower? We’ve got a free tutorial from the lovely Carmen Heffernan that shows you how to make colourful crochet blooms just in time for spring.
Pretty crochet flower paper clips
Paperclips, they’re useful but a teeny bit boring. Well, not anymore. This super easy tutorial from Petals to Picots shows you how to whip up some flowers to add to your clips and give everyone serious stationery envy. Bonus: she’s got a tutorial for crochet flower push pins as well, so you can extend your love of crochet to a noticeboard too.
Spring crochet daffodil pattern
Is there any more cheery a flower to crochet than the daffodil? Luckily we’ve got a free pattern for you to get stuck into tonight to hook up instant Spring cheer.
Wedding bouquet made of crochet flowers
Planning flowers for your big day? Go crafty and crochet the most stunning wedding bouquet, to wow your guests. Warning: You probably won’t want to throw it when you can keep if for yourself instead.
Spring crochet flower scarf pattern
We’ve gone through the Mollie archives and found this little beaut from issue 52 — a crochet scarf that’s going to be our go-to spring accessory. Download the digital edition of the mag to get the pattern.
Mini crochet flower earrings
Sweeeeet! These mini flower earrings are the ideal gift for a gal pal you want to treat. Make them with this tutorial from idea ivana and present them on a piece of yarn-trimmed bright card for I-can’t-believe-you-made-them amazement.
You could be forgiven for thinking that these plumerias were real but they’re not, which is great as it means we’ve finally got a houseplant that we can’t kill. Huzzah.
Crochet flower and bead necklace
Heart eyes, all the heart eyes. We’ve fallen hard for this crochet flower necklace, with its bright florals and luminous pearl beads. We’re crafting it as we speak. Want to join our fan club? Get the tutorial from Created in AWE and give it a go yourself.
Appliqué crochet flower swimsuit
We’ve added crafty touches to pretty much everything we can get our hands on, but we’ve never embellished a swimsuit — until now, that is. This tutorial from Kipi is sure to leave you the star attraction at the beach this summer.
Crochet flower bunting
Brighten up any room of your home with these quick-to-hook crochet flowers – find the pattern free in our sister post. How to make crochet flower bunting
Craft a crochet flower bloom
Another freebie, and this time from Rescued Paw Designs. What we really love about this crochet flower — other than its delicate petals — is its calming shades of blue and turquoise.
Crochet flower crown
We’re already planning outfits for this summer’s festivals (too soon?) and intend to make this for every event we go to. Create it in Ultra Violet for a nod to Pantone’s Colour of the Year, or craft it in whichever shade takes your fancy.
If we had to pick a favourite flower (after peonies) we’d probably choose pansies. These ones are particularly impressive, with their perfectly formed petals and embellishments. You can find the crochet pattern for flowers over on Little Monkey’s Crochet.
Spring crochet flower coasters
Don’t just plonk your cuppa anywhere, put it on one of these crochet flower coasters from Tanya at little things blogged. They almost seem too pretty to cover up.
Mini crochet flower garland
Mini crochet flowers, all delicately strung together. This crochet garland from Ingthings is giving us all the feels. NB, translation required for this website, which is in Dutch.
Roses are red, and also several shades of pink. You’ll be able to crochet your own bunch of blooms in no time with this easy tutorial from Skip to my Lou.
We can’t wait to make this crochet rose purse from Mama In A Stitch and to feel every so slightly smug when we head out swinging it from our arm.
Tiny crochet flowers
Sometimes things are just better in miniature — pygmy hedgehogs, Mini Eggs, and now tiny crochet flowers. Check out earl grey‘s blog for the crochet pattern for flowers.
Girls’ crochet flower collar
Treat your favourite little love to this crochet flower collar, made with a tutorial from Simply Tale. Keep it simple or add extra flowers if you fancy.
Five petal crochet flower
Crochet a selection of these flowers from One Dog Woof and then scatter them round your home to bring a touch of spring indoors.
Hook up a summer posy
This sweet crochet bouquet pattern includes the patterns to make a collection of different flowers, from Dogwood to Clematis and Forget-me-knots. Find the full set of free flower crochet patterns in our free crochet flower bouquet pattern
Single crochet flower necklace
Make this delicate floral necklace, complete with leaves and a sweet button centre, then wear it to add a touch of greenery to your outfit.
Little doily crochet flower corsage
You could crochet some of these little doily flower corsages for a wedding, or just make them to pin to your outfit every day. After all, why save your best makes for special occasions when you can admire them all the time?
Tunisian crochet leaf and flower
We’re going to make these, add some stems and create our own crochet daisy chain. Want to join us? The free tutorial is right here.
A crocheted sunflower in a pot
Bring a bit of sunshine indoors with your own crochet sunflower, complete with pot. Get the tutorial from Joyce Overheul.
Crochet rose with pom pom leaves (clever!)
Notice anything different about these crochet flowers? Their leaves are made with pom pom trim. Good shout, Mama In Stitch.
Popcorn stitch crochet flower brooch
Little Doolally created these nifty flower brooches for Mother’s Day, but we reckon they’re just as good at any time of the year. We might crochet one to wear as a brooch and make some more to hang in a garland (we like the look of the above).
Crochet cacti (with flowers)
Can’t choose your fave? Us neither, so we’re going to make them all. Yarn Plaza’s got tutorials for four types of cacti, each with their own colourful crochet flower.
Delicate crochet flowers
There’s something strangely mesmerising about these crochet flowers by Maria Manuel, we just can’t stop staring at them. You too? She’s got a free crochet pattern for the flowers to create them so you make some for yourself.
Crochet tulip bouquet
Crochet some spring tulips using a tutorial from the talented little things blogged. Make them in one colour or go for a selection of hues for a bit of variation. We’re imagining holding a bunch in our hands while we take a leisurely stroll along Amsterdam’s canals.
Crochet flower card
Could this be any prettier? We think not. If you fancy making your own you can get the free tutorial from She Knows. Send it to some of your pals to give them extra happy post.
Crochet flower and bees wreath
Those flowers, and those bees! Crochet Queen RedAgape excelled herself when she created this pattern for Mollie Makes, which is available on Ravelry. Planning to craft it? Don’t forget to show your finished make to us on social media using #molliemakers.
Crochet flower headband
Make & Do Crew’s created a free tutorial for this pretty crochet flower headband. And the best part? You can make it for babies, toddlers, children or adults so you can get everyone in on the action and be the family that matches.
Flower crochet pillow
What could be better than snuggling down into a handmade crochet pillow? We’ll have this one from the lovely The WHOot, please. Chill time just got a whole lot prettier.
Here comes the sun(glasses case)
Summer’s still a way off but that doesn’t mean we can’t start preparing for warmer months. Our craft project of choice? A bright crochet sunglasses case to store our shades in for the beach. We might even just make one now and pop our glasses in instead.
Appliqué crochet flowers
We’ve got free patterns for the two crochet flowers marked out above (hurrah!). Make several of both for a knock-out spring floral display. Head to our British blooms crochet patterns to get started.
Crochet a poinsettia
OK so we’re a bit early for Christmas but get ahead and whip up a batch of these festive flowers to get ready for the holiday season!
Simple crochet flower
Crochet newbie? Get started with this simple crochet flower tutorial from Happy Berry Crochet, you’ll have a meadow of crochet flowers in no time.
The neverending wildflower granny square
We’re always looking for new ideas for granny squares so were as pleased as the proverbial punch when we came across this. Get the free pattern from Little Monkey’s Crochet.
Double-layer corsage crochet pattern
They’re not the most practical but we love them all the same. These barefoot baby sandals will make the sweetest addition to a wee one’s wardrobe.
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