Free Crochet Flower Patterns

32 Free Crochet Flower Patterns

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Wise men say that a crochet flower cannot blossom without sunshine and men cannot live without love. Just think about that!

Meanwhile, all I know for sure is that all the crochet lovers out there cannot live or blossom without free patterns they can use to make little wonders out of soft, colorful yarn. Today we are focusing on a flower theme, so get ready to bloom! Just make sure to follow us on Facebook and Pinterest first!

1. Daisy Bouquet

  • Designed by: Lingzhi Kang

Watch this free video tutorial and learn how to make this marvelous crochet daisy bouquet that won’t fade and will make you smile forever. Crochet-along video tutorials are always helpful, especially if you try the project for the first time. You’ll see every hook’s move and find practical tips on boosting crocheting skills.

free crochet daisy pattern

PHOTOS by Lingzhi Kang / ravelry.com

Find the original free video tutorial on YouTube, or read more about it on Ravelry.

2. Daffodil Flower

  • Designed by: Roseanna Murray

The Daffodil flower is a voice of spring. These delicate flowers look beautiful in a bouquet but don’t stay fresh for a long time. To freeze time and prolong their life, make the crochet daffodil flowers with a free pattern. A step-by-step photo tutorial with written instructions will walk you through the entire process to the gorgeous result.

free crochet Daffodil flower pattern

PHOTOS by Roseanna Murray / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on moaracrochet.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

3. Iceland Poppy 

  • Designed by: Picot Pals

Let me introduce one of the cutest-looking little flowers out there to you! It’s the Iceland poppy, a beautiful but fragile plant with warm-colored petals. On the contrary, the poppy you crochet will last forever as long as you follow the amazing pattern we found for you. Your perfect Iceland flower is under this link.

pink crochet poppy flowers

PHOTOS by Picot Pals / ravelry.com

4. The NeverEnding Wildflower 

  • Designed by: Little Monkeys Crochet

Who doesn’t love to look at wildflowers growing free and making the world look pretty? Make your wardrobe and your house look pretty with these decorative crochet wildflowers you can adorn clothes and accessories with. They look great in all colors and sizes! The flowers grow under this link. Look here for more info.

white crochet 3d flower

PHOTOS by Little Monkeys Crochet / ravelry.com

5. The Pondoland Square 

  • Designed by: Jen Tyler

Are you on the hunt for new accessories for your bedroom or maybe trying to give the old sofa a makeover? I am sure a warm handmade blanket or a cushion with a unique floral ornament will be just the perfect fit for you then! Crochet this fab square design following this step-by-step pattern. You can find more info here.

 

amazing crochet flower square block in mostly pink and purple

PHOTOS by Jen Tyler / ravelry.com

6. Mollie Flowers

  • Designed by:: Brigitte Read

With these adorable tiny flowers, you will finally be able to show off your incredible crocheting talent fully. Choose the yarn in your favorite colors and combine the flowers to create the design of your dreams. Do you need a necklace, new stylish earrings, or a warm flowery blanket? The sky is the limit! The pattern is available here. Look for more info here.

many puff stitch crochet flowers joint together

PHOTOS by Brigitte Read / ravelry.com

7. March Flower

  • Designed by: Ali Crafts Designs

If you’re still at the beginning of your great crocheting adventure and currently into spring or summer vibes, this free pattern is a dream come true. You can decorate pretty much everything with these cute little flowers, so the project is definitely worth your while. Click here and get inspired!

three colorful flower appliques

PHOTOS by Ali Crafts Designs / ravelry.com

8. Irish Crochet Flower 

  • Designed by: Golden Lucy Crafts

What could possibly be more beautiful than a flower that resembles a snowflake? Mother nature knows how to create wonders, and so will you if you just follow the right instructions. So are you wondering where to find these elegant flowers? They blossom right here!

delicate crochet flower applique in light blue color

PHOTOS by Golden Lucy Crafts / ravelry.com

9. Poppy Flower 

  • Designed by: Shaira Urbano

Dreaming of a lazy afternoon spent lying under the sun on a poppy meadow? With this easy-to-follow free crochet pattern you will feel like it’s summer all year round! Decorate your clothes and accessories with this purpose in mind. What’s more, these adorable red flowers swing in the wind under this link.

lovely crochet poppy flowers

PHOTOS by Shaira Urbano / ravelry.com

If you like this post, make sure to check out: Stunning Crochet Flowers Free Patterns

10. Blooming Lotus Flower

Designed by: Therese Eghult and Inas Basymeleh

If you’re constantly looking for new, exciting coasters, these flowers in the pictures below will be an amazing new project for you! They were designed in collaboration between two friends of Therese Eghult and Inas Basymeleh and make an amazing decoration! What’s more, the finished size is 22 cm full-sized and 11 cm small-sized.

Blooming Lotus Flower

PHOTOS by Therese Eghult and Inas Basymeleh / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on sistersinstitch.com or read more about it on Ravelry.

11. African Daisy Gazania

Designed by: Leticia Lebron

It’s absolutely amazing how real a crochet flower can look like, don’t you think? Just take a look at the pictures below of this stunning African daisy! These gorgeous Gazanias are considered annuals in cool climates. However, in a bit warmer climates, they are short-lived perennials. Have fun with this pattern!

African Daisy Gazania

PHOTOS by Leticia Lebron / Ravelry.com

Find the original PAID pattern on Ravelry.

12. Tiny Mandala

Designed by: Sany (Sanita Brensone)

This gorgeous flower mandala in the pictures below has arrived just in time for spring and decorating your house with more vibrant colors, right? What’s more, it’s a fantastic stash buster, so make sure to check this one out and let me know in the comments which colors you used!

Tiny floral Mandala

PHOTOS by Sany (Sanita Brensone) / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on brightbag.blogspot.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

13. No-Sew Crochet Flower Pot

  • Designed by: Fay Lyth

Here is a great gift idea for Mother’s Day or just to add some colors to your interior. Put this crochet flower pot on a shelf or a desk, and it will make you smile every day. To make this plant, you need to know amigurumi techniques and basic stitches and follow the free crochet flower pattern instructions. Enjoy!

Crochet Flower Pot free amigurumi pattern

PHOTOS by Fay Lyth / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on stitchbyfay.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

14. Red Carnation

  • Designed by: Luísa Cabral

Imagine the everlasting bouquet of red carnations on your table. They are bright, eye-catching, cheerful, and don’t require changing water or cutting stems. Perfect! Make a few of these amigurumi flowers with a free pattern and put them in a beautiful vase. Besides, isn’t it a wonderful gift for a friend?

Red Carnation free crochet pattern

PHOTOS by @alanja.handmade / Instagram.com

Find the original free pattern on Instagram.

15. Crochet Hyacinth

  • Designed by: taty_knits

Brighten up your room with a bouquet of these lovely crocheted hyacinths! The amigurumi pattern is fun because of the number of stitches used. The flowers look so vivid that you won’t be able to tell them apart from the real thing. You can start to follow the free pattern right now, so think no more.

Crochet Hyacinth free pattern

PHOTOS by @taty_knits / Instagram.com

Find the original free pattern on Instagram.

16. Pansy Flower

  • Designed by: Louise & A

Create a lasting, eco-friendly bouquet to give to your loved ones. These flowers are completely seamless, and we recommend that you read the instructions carefully before making the petals. Crochet pansy flowers are sure to make a charming centerpiece, so add them to your to-do list.

Crochet pansy flower free pattern

PHOTOS by Louise & A / hobbii.co.uk

Find the original free pattern on hobbii.co.uk.

17. Popcorn Flower

  • Designed by: Naztazia

Simple crochet flower pattern that even beginners can manage to make. These flowers use only double crochet and can be made with either two layers or just one. The result is so stunning that you will want to decorate every surface with them. These flowers look great on bags and crocheted dresses or headbands. Watch the video tutorial or read the crochet pattern to learn the popcorn stitch and get started.

simple crochet flower free pattern

PHOTOS by Naztazia / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on naztazia.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

18. Crochet Flower Vines

  • Designed by: Papari Sharma

You won’t believe you did it! These flowers look so vibrant that it’s hard to believe they’re just a crochet DIY project. But the flowers are easy enough to make, even for beginners in crafting. And of course, you can always watch the step-by-step video tutorial if you want to understand the information better that way.

Flower Vines free crochet pattern

PHOTOS by Papari Sharma / Ravelry.com

Find the original video tutorial on YouTube.

You may also like to check Top Free Crochet Patterns For You To Try.

19. Small Sunflower Basket

  • Designed by: LisaAuch

Easy crochet project that makes a stunning handmade decoration. This crocheted sunflower basket can be displayed as a full size copy of the real thing. But if you make it smaller, this flower can make a great wall hanging or window decoration. The PDF crochet pattern for this piece is free and easy to follow.

crochet sunflower in a basket

PHOTOS by LisaAuch / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on crochet-patterns-free.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

20. Mini Tulips

  • Designed by: Monua Crochet

These tiny crocheted tulips make beautiful trinkets that can be used for anything. Whether you want to make a bouquet or use them to decorate a bag or blanket, they’re wonderful. Made with plush yarn, the tulips come out very soft and pleasant to the touch. This is a great project to do when you don’t want to think too much. Find the free crochet pattern.

tiny crochet tulips

PHOTOS by @monua.stuff / Instagram.com

Find the original free pattern on Instagram.

21. 8-Petal Flower

  • Designed by: Crochetpedia

This simple crochet applique will look stunning on shopping bags, pillows, and even denim jackets! Made with only basic stitches, it’s quick to complete and great for beginners. There are several elements to the flower and each one is great for crocheting on the go and using up leftover yarn. Follow the free step-by-step crochet pattern to get started!

a crochet flower with pink petals

PHOTOS by Crochetpedia / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on crochetpedia.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

22. Daffodils Flowers

  • Designed by: JTcreations

If you’re looking for an easy way to decorate your room, clothes or accessories, these tiny flowers are just the thing. They look just like the real thing, and you can make a few in just one evening. Plus, it’s a great way to practice and master basic crochet skills. The daffodil crochet video tutorial guides you through the process.

a set of crochet flowers in different colors

PHOTOS by JTcreations / Ravelry.com

Watch the original video tutorial on YouTube, or read more about it on Ravelry.

23. Minikins Bouquet

  • Designed by: Premier Yarns Design Team

Winter colds are just around the corner, and you’re desperate to keep them at bay. With this amigurumi flower crochet pattern, you can easily create an eternal bouquet that will bloom all winter long. Easy to make, this project uses only basic crochet techniques that even beginners can master. Don’t be afraid to start right away, the easy to follow crochet flower bouquet pattern will help you every step of the way.

A girl is holding a bouquet of crochet flowers.

PHOTOS by Premier Yarns Design Team / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on premieryarns.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

24. Amazing Christmas Cactus

  • Designed by: Christa Lynn

This crocheted succulent is a great decoration and will certainly brighten up your home when it is snowing outside. The combination of green and red colors means that it will be just gorgeous as a Christmas decoration and great to give as a gift. Plus, the easy-to-follow crochet pattern is designed with beginners in mind, so you won’t have any trouble completing the project. Choose right-handed or left-handed one and let your creativity run wild.

A living room with a crochet flower in a pot.

PHOTOS by Christa Lynn / Ravelry.com

Find the original video tutorial on YouTube, or read more about it on Ravelry.

25. Copihue

  • Designed by: Jacqueline Luders (Luv4Crochet)

Take your dining room decorating style to the next level with this crocheted cozy! This beginner-friendly crochet pattern allows you to make a practical yet stunning napkin holder. It also looks great on its own, and you can make a few of these crocheted flowers to decorate your room. To make them, just follow the free crochet pattern on the website.

        Description: Two pictures showcasing crochet flowers on a napkin.

PHOTOS by Jacqueline Luders / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

26. Blooming Tulip Flower

  • Designed by: Yui Sun

Discover the joy of crafting with easy to follow instructions on how to crochet a beautiful tulip. A symbol of happiness, love, and good fortune, the tulip is a versatile flower for many occasions. Ideal for dates, weddings, graduations, birthdays, or holidays, handmade tulips add a personal touch to bouquets and home decor. Follow the free tulip crochet pattern and get started!

Crocheted flower pattern.

PHOTOS by Yui Sun / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

27. Clover Flower

  • Designed by Roseanna Murray

Create your own crocheted clover flower with this step-by-step tutorial! These delicate flowers feature the iconic three-leaved clover leaves that evoke shady gardens. You can make these charming crochet flowers with any yarn in your stash and a matching crochet hook. The free crochet pattern includes detailed written and photo instructions that are perfect for both beginners and experienced crocheters. Give it a try!

A woman is holding a crochet flower in her hands.

PHOTOS by Roseanna Murray / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on moaracrochet.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

28. Pompom PingPong Mum

  • Designed by Yui Sun

Beautify your space with versatile crocheted flowers! These flowers are perfect for home decorating, weddings, graduations, birthdays, or any special occasion. The project will allow you to add a touch of natural elegance to your celebrations and enhance your gift-giving experience. Designed specifically for decorative purposes, the flowers bring natural beauty to any moment. Follow the free crochet pattern to get started.

Two pictures of crochet flowers in a vase.

PHOTOS by Yui Sun / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

29. Amaryllis Sprekelia

  • Designed by Leticia Lebron

The special pattern makes these crocheted flowers look so real you won’t even notice the difference at first. The amaryllis is a symbol of grace and elegance, so this project will appeal to those who like sophisticated pieces. It’s easy to crochet, goes quickly and doesn’t require much equipment. See the original pattern for more details.

Crochet red lilies in a pot on a table.

PHOTOS by Leticia Lebron / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on flawlesscrochetgardens.mykajabi.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

30. Berry

  • Designed by Yui Sun

A crochet bouquet like this is an easy way to make your home feel brighter and more comfortable. This easy to make crochet flower pattern is perfect for special occasions as well as just for decorating your home. Whether you’re looking to add a touch of spring to your room or create a unique gift, this is the perfect opportunity. Grab your crochet hook and follow the directions!

Two pictures of crochet flowers in a vase.

PHOTOS by Yui Sun / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

31. Rose Cutie

  • Designed by Joey Diehl

Joyfull sunny days are the least I can imagine looking at these crochet flowers. The scent of roses in the air. Golden sunshine strings are covering the garden. Just feel it!  By the way, those pink cheeks of the flower pots are amazing. Joey made incredibly detailed roses which you can create by your own with a free crochet rose pattern.

two crochet potted rose flower amigurumi

PHOTOS by Joey Diehl / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on virkadia.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

32. Dahlia- Flower of Week 8

  • Designed by Jane Zane

Such a beautiful bouquet could be created with a free crochet pattern. And guess what?! Jane Zane is so thoughtful and kind that has provided a free video tutorial for us. So our task is just to grab all the materials, choose colors, and start creating a perfect crochet bunch of flowers which could decorate any part of our beloved homes.

a bunch of crochet Dahlia flowers in a vase

PHOTOS by Jane Zane / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on plainjaneyarn.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

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