Jane Balke-Andersen known to many online as Queen Babs is a beautiful, inspiring yarnbombing artist who brightens the world with her colorful crochet and encouraging messages. Awhile back she created a crochet flower pattern called The Courage Flower for a long term crochet art project by Sabina Speich. She has now launched her own yarnbombing project for this same flower pattern.
Crochet flowers can be used as appliqués and embellishments on all different types of projects. Or they can be the star of the show, as when they are used as motifs for a flower blanket. Celebrate the simple beauty of nature in the yarn of your choosing with these twenty new crochet flower patterns.
Yesterday we looked at 30 new crochet flower patterns. Let’s keep up with the flower inspiration by looking at the many beautiful crochet flowers and floral projects people are making.
Australian crochet designer Shelley Husband is about to release her newest crochet ebook, a book of 20 6″ floral crochet squares that can be mixed-and-matched in a variety of different ways to create a stunning array of projects.
Earlier this year freeform crochet artist Prudence Mapstone put out a call for contributions for her collaborative flower power art project celebrating the history and artistry of crochet. I was so thrilled to collaborate with my mother on a small piece to send to the project. I wanted to give an update on that project here today.
It always brightens my day a little bit when I see crochet flowers. Want to crochet some flower motifs or flower projects for yourself? Here are 16 new crochet flower patterns to get you going.
Earlier this month in my personal update you might’ve seen a sneak peek of some crochet flowers in pots. Curious about them?