46 Free Flower Crochet Patterns
Who doesn’t love free flower crochet patterns? Whether you’re making a gift for Mom, or you’re wanting to embellish a hat or bag that you just made, you’re going to love these beautiful blooms! There’s something in this list of free flower crochet patterns for everyone – even if you just want to brighten up your coffee table.
Flowers Pictured Above:
- Crochet Daisy Bookmark – I have to start out by telling you there isn’t a written pattern for this in English. But, there is a photo tutorial and a graph that I think most crocheters will be able to follow.
- Dogwood Flower Crochet Pattern – I think these look just like dogwood blooms. We used to have a beautiful dogwood tree in our front yard, but it didn’t like the Florida sun and heat.
- Large Flower Crochet Pattern – This flower pattern is the perfect embellishment for hats, bags, and headbands. I’ve made more of them than I care to count, and my little girls used to wear them in their hair regularly!
- Open Center Crochet Flower Pattern – This crochet flower pattern was written in 2007 and it’s still just as eye-catching today as it was then. I can just picture a wreath made with these gorgeous blossoms!
- Flower Bunting Pattern – This bunting would look so beautiful in a little girls’ nursery.
- Tiny Peony Flower – This little flower, along with the little leaf, is just perfect!
- 5 Petal Crochet Flower Pattern – Quick and easy, these little flowers can brighten up any scarf, hat, or bag.
- Simple Crochet Leaf -When you’re making flowers, you know you’re going to need to make some leaves. This is a great option.
- Loom Flowers – So it might be a stretch to call this a crochet pattern, but there is one step that uses a crochet hook. They’re just so adorable, I couldn’t help but include this!
- Crochet Flowers – This three-layer flower is puffy and beautiful. I’m definitely going to have to make a few of these soon.
- Sunflower Bouquet – This cheery bouquet is a free PDF download! Just click through to the post and click the link to download.
- Crochet Daffodil – These small daffodils are perfect for spring. They look great as a brooch. My plan for them? A wreath for my front door.
- Carnation Crochet Pattern – This easy crochet pattern is perfect for scarps of yarn that are left over. It looks adorable pinned to a crochet baby bonnet!
- Seven-Petal Crochet Flower – This flower pattern is perfect for cards, bookmarks, or anything else you can imagine.
- Loopy Flower – This bright little number is fun and quick. I can picture using this on a beautifully wrapped gift.
- Button on Flower Accent – Who doesn’t love interchangeable flowers? These are perfect for those times when you can’t decide what color flower to make: make both!
- Granny in the Middle Crochet Flower – I’m a big fan of anything “granny,” so this flower is perfect to me! I love the endless color possibilities.
- Pointy Petal Flower – The shape of these petals truly sets them apart from most flowers.
- Crochet Pansy Pattern – Sometimes I look at a flower and I wonder, what type of flower is it? There is no doubt that this beautiful flower with amazing detail is a pansy.
- Puff Stitch Flower – Ever wondered how to do the puff stitch flower you’ve seen on Pinterest? Mamachee will show you how in this photo-tutorial.
- 9 Petal Summer Flower – Have fun with this bright and airy flower motif!
- Crochet Flower – Pretty, fancy, and decorative, you won’t have any trouble finding a use for this beautiful flower.
- Hydrangea Flower Pattern – A crochet version of my favorite flower? Yes, please!
- Potted Flower Crochet Pattern – This is the cutest pattern with the most beautiful photos! I need to make a few since I can’t seem to keep real flowers alive.
- Daffodil Bulb – This cute daffodil amigurumi would be such a cute baby shower gift!
- Little Rose Pattern – Sometimes you see a crochet pattern and you want to change the colors or the size. Sometimes you realize you want to leave it exactly as it is written.
- Sweetheart Love Flowers – These little flowers sport heart-shaped leaves. Little girls everywhere will fall in love when they see these.
- Flower Coaster Crochet Pattern – These flowers are even better than a mug rug for keeping your tables safe from sweaty drinks.
- Crochet Rose Pattern – another crochet rose that’s just beautiful. I especially love these leaves. A video tutorial is included.
- Crochet Flower Pillow Pattern – this would be a fun spring pillow or great for a little girl’s room all year long!
- The Dainty Daisy Bookmark – a quick pattern that’s great for yarn scraps and quick gifts!
- Crochet Daisy Baby Blanket – this beautiful graphgan would make such a wonderful baby shower gift!
- Lavender Crochet Pattern – This lavender appliqué is so fun! It’ll work up quickly, and I can see it making a beautiful “bow” for a package wrapped in brown paper.
- Crochet Poppy Pattern – poppies are some of my favorite flowers. I love the pink and the red!
- Daisy Crochet Flower Pattern – this daisy is easy. Switch it up with different colors, or stick with the traditional yellow and white!
- Spring Daffodil Crochet Pattern – this one’s free and beautiful, but you do have to sign up.
- Daisy Flower Crochet Pattern – there are so many beautiful options for crocheted daisies!
- The Easier Crochet Flower Ever – While I don’t know about the “easiest ever,” this pattern definitely seems easy and looks adorable as a garland!
- Daisy Granny Square Crochet Pattern – Make adorable coasters or put them all together as a blanket.
- Flower Power Dishcloth – maybe flower-shaped dishcloths will make cleaning the kitchen fun!
- Crochet Snow Drops / Free Flower Pattern – Moara Crochet has the most beautiful flower patterns and the best photography. Enjoy perusing her site!
- Crochet Flower Bouquet – Crocheting the same flower in different colors will create a gorgeous bouquet that never wilts.
- Tulip Dishcloth – this cloth is sure to brighten up your kitchen!
- Crochet Tulip Appliqué – add one to just about anything to make it even cuter!
- Never-ending Wildflower Crochet Pattern – Make this flower as big as you like!
- Crochet Flower Garland – you could use this idea with so many different flower patterns!
Now let’s answer some FAQ regarding crocheted flowers.
Are Crochet Flowers Hard?
They don’t have to be! While there are some very intricate flowers, there are many simple flower patterns that are absolutely gorgeous. Just because a pattern is beautiful doesn’t mean it’s tough.
Many of the flowers listed above are super simple!
How Do You Make a Crochet Flower?
Crochet flowers are usually worked in the round. You’ll start by working into a loop of chains or a magic ring, then you’ll work your petals into those stitches.
Some flowers are long strips of stitches coiled together into a flower.
There are many fun ways to make flowers. Experiment with some in this collection and find a few that you love!
How Do You Make a Crochet Leaf?
While there are various ways to make leaves, here’s a quick little pattern to get you started:
Basic Leaf Crochet Pattern:
Row 1: hdc in the second ch. dc in the next 2 chains. tr in the next 3 chains. dc in the next 2 chains. hdc in the last chain. ch 2.
Don’t turn your work. You will be working the other side of the leaf now.
Row 2: hdc in the first stitch (so you’ll work the hdc in the bottom of the hdc you just made). dc in the next 2 stitches. tr in the next 3 stitches. dc in the next 2 stitches. hdc in the next. ch 2. sl st in the top of the hdc on the other side of the leaf. Cut yarn and weave ends.