25+ Lovely Crochet Flowers: {Free Patterns & Instructions}

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Use these little charmers to embellish totes, bags, hats, headbands and whatever else you like. They can be made with cotton yarn, wool, crochet cotton and even embroidery thread. Lots of different styles and patterns to choose from in this collection, many including nicely detailed instructions. I’ll be adding more over time so you may want to bookmark this page for reference, enjoy!

easymakesmehappy.blogspot.ca

easymakesmehappy.blogspot.ca

Petal Puff Stitch: Made with worsted weight yarn in two colors (one for the petals, the other for the center).

6 Styles & Leaf: Designs include round bows & leaves in 2 layers, one with “wheel” center, one with pointed bows & leaves in 3 layers, starflower, chainflowers (2), and a leaf.

garnstudio.com

garnstudio.com

craftpassion.com

craftpassion.com

African: A block (Paperweight Granny) that can be used to embellish projects or stitched together as hexagon blocks.

May: Made with embroidery floss and a size 4 steel hook. Three pieces needed for each: 1 larger, 1 smaller and a leaf. Beads for the center.

artthreads.blogspot.ca

artthreads.blogspot.ca

revlie.typepad.com

revlie.typepad.com

Japanese: Can be made in a single color or multi-colors, pretty scallop around the outer edge.

With Leaves: Two layers with a cheery center that can be embellished with a button (optional), includes instructions for leaves that can be attached to back if you like.

attic24.typepad.com

attic24.typepad.com

mandipidy.com

mandipidy.com

How To: Made with thread and a size 2.25 hook, stitches used are mainly chains and dc.

Layered: Features two layers and includes tips for embellishing the center found on this page (with buttons, beads, etc.).

craftstylish.com

craftstylish.com

rosehip.typepad.com

rosehip.typepad.com

Frilly: Features three layers and a cheery center (7 rounds).

Roses: Makes a large rose suitable for embellishing garments (no finished size noted but a chain of 57 starts things off).

the-dark-knit.blogspot.ca

the-dark-knit.blogspot.ca

patonsyarns.com

patonsyarns.com

Appliques: Six charmers in 2 different sizes (pdf download).

Pointy: Made with 8 ply wool, a 4mm hook and starts with a magic ring (includes reference to tutorial). Center embellished with button (optional).

crochethealingandraymond.wordpress.com

crochethealingandraymond.wordpress.com

planetjune.com

planetjune.com

Basic Rose With Stem: (stem part is optional) A scalloped strip of two rows is made (with ch, sc, dc) then rolled and stitched together to shape the rose.

Small Rosette: Made with fingering weight yarn for a delicate piece, a scalloped edge row is made then rolled into shape and held together with a few stitches.

jennozkan.com

jennozkan.com

eggbirddesigns.blogspot.ca

eggbirddesigns.blogspot.ca

Pretty: Features a large center with a single row of petals around it (uses the magic loop method to start).

Fridgies: Attach to magnets if you like (to make fridgies) or make them into brooches, etc. Center is worked on top of finished piece.

salihan.com

salihan.com

attic24.typepad.com

attic24.typepad.com

Little Picot: Center is done in the round then each petal is made with a picot stitch.

Frothy: Starts at the center with a magic circle.

veryberryhandmade.co.uk

veryberryhandmade.co.uk

nicholeheady.typepad.com

nicholeheady.typepad.com

Small: Made with cotton embroidery floss and small enough to use as embellishments on cards, etc.

Faux-chet: Not crocheted but fits nicely with this collection, yarn is braided then rolled into shape.

danielleflanders.blogspot.ca

danielleflanders.blogspot.ca

annettepetavy.com

annettepetavy.com

Multi-Layered: Made with a fingering weight cotton or cotton blend yarn and a 2.5mm hook, suitable size for a brooch or whatever you like.

6 & 7 Petal: Two different sizes available, large (7 petals) and small (6 petals).

garnstudio.com

garnstudio.com

escamastudio.com

escamastudio.com

Pop Top: Metal pull-tabs (from soda or drink cans) are covered with stitches (using 1 or 2 colors of thread).

Stars: These can be attached to each other to make a larger project or use singly and embellish with beads and spirals (as leaves).

pinkfluffywarrior-pinkfluffywarrior.blogspot.ca

pinkfluffywarrior-pinkfluffywarrior.blogspot.ca

skamama.blogspot.ca

skamama.blogspot.ca

Picot: Done in two colors, design features pointy petals on the outer layer & round ones on the inner layer.

Swirls: Worked in two yarns of different colors (the bulkier the yarn the bulkier the swirl).

zoomyummy.com

zoomyummy.com

crocheterie.blogspot.com

crocheterie.blogspot.com

Cute: Features a raised center, made with mercerized cotton thread (#10) and hook size #10 (US).

6-Petals: Each twists a bit to overlap the previous one, starts out with 11 sc stitches in the starting ring (4 ch).

theflowerbed-shr.blogspot.ca

theflowerbed-shr.blogspot.ca

itsacreativeworld.typepad.com

itsacreativeworld.typepad.com

Tahiti Blossom: Made with a 2mm hook and 4-ply yarn, available via pdf download.

3 Versions: Available via pdf download, here are three different designs that are ideal for embellishing totes, flip flops, whatever you like!

joann.com

joann.com

lacycrochet.blogspot.com.au

lacycrochet.blogspot.com.au

Daisies: Has two layers of petals and uses basic stitches (sl, ch and sc).

Two-Toned Centers: Has six petals and center is done in two shades of the same color (begins with a magic ring).

divastitchescrochet.blogspot.ca

divastitchescrochet.blogspot.ca

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Published: July 13, 2011
Updated: September 5, 2012

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17 Comments to “25+ Lovely Crochet Flowers: {Free Patterns & Instructions}”
  1. Bettye says:

    These are beautiful. I have been looking for flower patterns like these. Thanks!

  2. Rae Casey says:

    A friend just sent me a link to this site. I will be here more often. I love what I am seeing and no doubt will be doing quite a few of the patterns. Thanks for sharing.

  3. Renata Netaf says:

    Thanks for this website. It gives me ideas! Love your flowers which are beautiful. Thank again for sharing. Happy New Year and God bless you.

  4. Brenda Marie says:

    I adore crocheting flowers! So many beautiful ones on this page!

  5. Brenda Marie says:

    I have made HUNDREDS of flowers (It may sound dumb, but… they make me happy). Thank you so much for sharing these beautiful patterns! :-)

  6. Marilyn says:

    I am looking for a pattern for a flower. It is crochet in one color and then you go back with a second color and do the back loop of the petals. I saw this a while back and of course, did not bookmark it
    Thanks

  7. ANCHU ALEX says:

    REALLY CUTE!!!!!

  8. celia says:

    Thank you very much for the beautiful patterns. I love it. Thanks AGAIN!

  9. Prue says:

    thanks for the amazing patterns they are so easy to make love it
    thanks again

  10. Renz says:

    Hiee.. Amazing talent you have and really big heart to share your ideas on internet… Thnk you so much for such lovely patterns.. Thanx again…

  11. sara says:

    Thank you…thank you…thank youuuu….1000x… I love them!!!

  12. Susan M J says:

    Flower are so pretty and useful there no end how?? Your patterns are God gift to me as I Donate small crochet & sewing items and thes Gorgeous flowers will help to pretty hats, placemats,throws etc to add Beauty in shut ins eyes. Thank you SMJ

  13. michelle says:

    thank you so much for having this site..it helped me make simple flowers for my softball beanines…greatly appreciate it….thanks again

  14. johannadrewett says:

    hi wow how beautiful i am learning and the easy lessons are fantastic thank you so very much wow wow wow .!!!!! bless you and thank you for taking the time so precious to give others. thank you.

  15. sheila says:

    does anyone have a flower crochet pattern using topillo, sometimes spelt trapillo.

  16. Moon says:

    amazinggg flowers have used them sooo many times… A HUGE THAAAAANK YOUUUUU <3

  17. Pansy says:

    Flowers make me feel better. I love all these patterns and will use them for a good cause.

    Thanks!!


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