20 Fresh New Crochet Flower Patterns

Crochet flowers are here to brighten up your day! They are fun to make, and if you’re feeling down it can pick you up a bit to crochet something simple, sweet, easy and pretty. 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.

And here are more crochet flower patterns: 30 here, 22 here and 16 more here plus 10 crochet roses patterns

crochet flower pattern

Join as you go crochet flower pattern by Susan Pinner, a free crochet pattern that can be adapted to make projects of different sizes including wraps and cushions.

flower square crochet blanket pattern

Flower sampler crochet blanket pattern for sale from Sarah London who explains, “The pattern includes eight different flower motifs, gorgeous roses and pretty blooms to crochet. You could also make a cushion to match made entirely of one single flower motif!”

flower bookmark free crochet pattern

Flower bookmark free crochet pattern from Fiber Flux who describes it as, “Pretty little blossoms are accompanied by two hanging leaves that are easy to add on.  This bookmark makes a perfect handmade gift too to go along with a great book!”

free crochet roses doily pattern

Free crochet doily pattern with roses via BellaCrochet who writes, “this doily was named for my mother, Mavanee Joann, who loved roses and taught me how to crochet. I hope you will enjoy it!” So sweet and special … and it would make a great Mother’s Day gift!

crochet daisy free pattern

Tiny daisy free crochet pattern from Squirrel Picnic, a pattern from The Big Acorn Race, with bonus tips for working with micro crochet

crochet flower video tutorial

Spring flower crochet pattern – free video tutorial by Potter & Bloom for a flower that is a variation of a design by Betty Barnden

blooming flower crochet free pattern

Blooming flower coaster free crochet pattern from Crochet Spot; it forms the center of a larger crochet mandala pattern for sale on their site. Crochet Spot also has this great free crochet pattern for a flower that has Lovers Knots as petals.

crochet flower coasters free pattern

Spring Blossoms crochet flower coaster free pattern by The Lazy Hobbyhopper. This is a great example of how crochet flower patterns can be useful around the house as coasters!

flower bracelet crochet pattern

Shabby Chic flower bracelet crochet pattern for sale from Little Treasures. She explains, “I used some new flowers and my favourite taffeta rosettes, this time accompanied by lace rosettes and scattered pearls to make this appealing, vintage resembling bracelet.”

crochet flower free pattern

Ali Crafts offers this free crochet flower pattern through Ravelry. It is written in UK terms.

crochet tulip pattern

Crochet tulips pattern for sale on Etsy from HappyPattyCrochet who says, “The Tulip design was inspired by some Single Late Tulip varieties. These medium sizes tulips are very elegant, and when made in multiple colors make extra-attractive bouquets!”

crochet flower video tutorial

Simple flowers crochet video tutorial free pattern from Roving Crafters. The designer was inspired by spring and says, “Flowers are coming up, those first flowers. Which has me inspired to make my own of course. Here is a quick tutorial for making simple crochet flowers.”

easy crochet flower tutorial

Easy crochet flower tutorial from MrsDaftSpaniel; this is available in both US and UK terms and includes step-by-step photos

crochet flower booties

Flower baby booties crochet pattern for sale on Ravelry from Cute Crochet Design.

crochet african flowers

How to crochet African flowers, including how to read a chart for them, free from Little Treasures

crochet flower

How to crochet a flower from Angie of LoveCrochet who says, “There are hundreds of crochet flower patterns hanging around on the web – but in order to do the impressive and complicated ones, beginners have to start with the basics.”

crochet cloche hat with flower

Crochet cloche hat with flower free pattern from Charmed by Ewe. The hat pattern is available in all sizes from baby through adult. The crochet flower pattern is included and can be used for other projects as well.

crochet daisy wreath free pattern

Crochet daisy wreath free tutorial by Bethany of Whistle and Ivy (posted on Stitch and Unwind). Bethany writes, “Springtime has been lovely here in Northern Utah (USA), and all my spring bulbs have been coming alive and blooming  in beautiful colors. Sadly, spring bulbs don’t last long. I wanted to crochet something bright and pretty that would last a bit longer than my tulips and daffodils. This Crochet Gerbera Daisy Wreath is a lovely pop of summer color, and I thoroughly enjoyed picking out the color palette.” This beautiful crochet daisy pattern could be used on its own for other projects as well, in addition to their use as a spring wreath.

spring bouquet free crochet pattern

This is a Spring Bouquet CAL pattern from YarnPlaza. In Week One’s instructions, you make the pretty floral dotted vase, then you go on to make all of the different crochet flowers. Beautiful.

fridas flowers crochet blanket free pattern

Finally, we have the beautiful Frida’s Flowers crochet blanket pattern designed by Jane Crowfoot, as a CAL for Stylecraft.

2 thoughts on “20 Fresh New Crochet Flower Patterns”

  1. So glad I came across your blog. Its so refreshing with new ideas. I love to crochet too, and am so inspired.
    I would like to introduce crochet to poor communities in Africa, as a means to learn a new skill, that can be turned into income generation – all this and having the joy of being creative. Then to “craft kindness by teaching others to craft for their community’s needs.” A big dream.
    What would help me is to have a very simple crochet beanie pattern. Came across the back loop crochet technique that may help.
    You have taken crochet to a new level with all your ideas.

    • There are some great organizations working with artisans in different areas of Africa offering that kind of work. Really awesome stuff. Keep dreaming big like this!


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