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Who doesn’t love free flower crochet patterns? With Mother’s Day and Teacher Appreciation Week just around the corner, now is the perfect time to whip up a beautiful bouquet of crocheted flowers. I can also see many of these paired together on a beautiful yarn-wrapped wreath. Whether you need to embellish a hat or just want to brighten up your coffee table, there’s something in this list of free flower crochet patterns that is just right for your crocheting needs!
  1. Crochet Flower by Rose Hip. I think this pattern was one of the reasons I was so eager to learn how to crochet several years ago. To this day, the photo still makes me glad I learned this craft!
  2. Flower Coasters by Mollie Makes. These bright and beautiful flower coasters are some of my favorite. Sure to brighten up a table, they make great gifts.
  3. Crochet Flower Bouquet by Repeat Crafter Me. Want to give someone a bouquet that will last longer than a week? This might be the right choice for you.
  4. 5 Petal Crochet Flower Pattern by 1 Dog Woof. Quick and easy, these little flowers can brighten up any scarf, hat, or bag.
  5. Simple Crochet Leaf by Lacy Crochet. When you’re making flowers, you know you’re going to need to make some leaves. This is a great option.
  6. Loom Flowers by Petals to Picots. 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!
  7. Crochet Flowers by Skip to My Lou. This three-layer flower is puffy and beautiful. I’m definitely going to have to make a few of these soon.
  8. Five Petal Daisies by Flower Girl Cottage. Sometimes less really is more. These little flowers are super simple, but absolutely adorable.
  9. Crochet Daffodil by Attic 24. These small daffodils are perfect for spring. They look great as a brooch. My plan for them? A wreath for my front door.
  10. Seven-Petal Crochet Flower by Little Birdie Secrets. This flower pattern is perfect for cards, bookmarks, or anything else you can imagine.
  11. Little Tiny Appliqué Flowers by Heloise V. Sometimes you just need a tiny flower to embellish a stuffed animal or a newborn  hat. This might be the pattern you’re looking for.
  12. Loopy Flower from Annemarie’s Haakblog. This bright little number is fun and quick. I can picture using this on a beautifully wrapped gift.
  13. Button on Flower Accent by Crochet and Other Stuff. Who doesn’t love interchangeable flowers? These are perfect for those times when you can’t decide what color flower to make: make both!
  14. Granny in the Middle Crochet Flower by Diva Stitches. I’m a big fan of anything “granny,” so this flower is perfect to me! I love the endless color possibilities.
  15. Pointy Petal Flower by Crochet with Raymond. The shape of these petals truly sets them apart from most flowers.
  16. Crochet Pansy Pattern by Little Monkeys Crochet. 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.
  17. Puff Stitch Flower by Mamachee. Ever wondered how to do the puff stitch flower you’ve seen on Pinterest? Mamachee will show you how in this photo-tutorial.
  18. 9 Petal Summer Flower by Grow Creative. Have fun with this bright and airy flower motif! It’s
  19. Crochet Flower by DROPS Design. Pretty, fancy, and decorative, you won’t have any trouble finding a use for this beautiful flower.
  20. Bavarian Popcorn Flower by Made in K-town. This large, flat flower is unlike any I’ve seen – absolutely beautiful!
  21. Tahiti Blossom by 6ichthusfish. This intricate pattern is perfect for the intermediate crocheter or advanced beginner who is looking to expand their crocheting horizons.
  22. Cherry Blossom by King Soleil. I’ve always wanted to go to Washington, D.C. to see the cherry blossoms. I might not ever make it at that time of year, but I might just crochet some for myself to make up for it.
  23. Carnation Flower by Daisy Cottage Designs. This full and fluffy flower is one of my newest patterns. I can’t wait to add some of these to some adorable kids’ hats.
  24. Easter Lily by Moogly. Allergic to lilies? These yarn alternatives are stunning.
  25. Sweetheart Love Flowers by Stitch11. These little flowers sport heart-shaped leaves. Little girls everywhere will fall in love when they see these.

 

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