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31 Free & Easy Crochet Flower Patterns + Ideas to Use Them

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If you’re looking for a quick and easy crochet project, why not try making some flowers? In this blog post, we will provide 30 free and easy crochet flower patterns for you to choose from. These patterns are perfect for beginners, and most of them can be completed in just a few hours. So grab your crochet hook and get started!

pin image with 8 crochet flowers and the text over 30 crochet flower patterns

Crochet flowers are the perfect way to add a touch of personality to any project. They can be used as embellishments on crochet hats, scarves, blankets, and more. In this blog post, we will provide you with 30 free and easy crochet flower patterns. You are sure to find a pattern that you love!

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Supplies You’ll Need to Make Crochet Flowers

To make crochet flowers, you’ll need just a few supplies: yarn, a crochet hook, and a yarn needle to sew in the ends.

  1. First, choose your yarn. Most crochet flower patterns use DK or worsted-weight yarn. If you want to make smaller flowers, you can even use fingering weight yarn or crochet thread.
  2. Next, choose your hook. If the pattern doesn’t tell you what size hook to use, check the yarn label for the recommended size.
  3. Then, grab a yarn needle. You’ll need a yarn needle – sometimes called a darning needle or a tapestry needle – to weave in the yarn ends after you’ve finished crocheting the flower.

Best Yarn for Crochet Flower Patterns

You can crochet flowers with a variety of types of yarn. And since crochet flowers are such small projects, they’re great for using up small amounts of scrap yarn that you have in your yarn stash.

If you’re choosing new yarn to make your flowers, look for DK or worsted weight yarn in pretty floral colors – like yellows, oranges, pinks, and reds. Don’t forget about green yarn for the leaves, as well.

You can crochet flowers with acrylic yarn, cotton yarn, or wool blend yarn. If you’re not sure which yarn to choose, read the pattern to find the designer’s recommendations.

31 Free Easy Crochet Flower Patterns (and what to do with them!)

A list of my favorite crochet flower patterns that are perfect for beginners and veteran crocheters alike.

How to Use Crochet Flowers

Once you’ve made a garden’s worth of crochet flowers, you may be wondering what to do with them all.

Here are a few projects ideas that you can make with crochet flowers.

  • Crochet Flower Bouquet: Make a bouquet of crochet flowers. You can use dowel rods or floral wire to make stems for your flowers. Then, arrange them in a vase or mason jar.
  • Coffee Cup Sleeve: Decorate a coffee cup sleeve with a crochet flower or two.
  • Crochet Flower Hair Clips: Use hot glue to attach crochet flowers to clips or bobby pins.
  • Crochet Flower Wreath: Arrange crochet flowers on a grapevine or floral foam wreath to hang on your door.
  • Crochet Flower Headband: String flowers on a long piece of yarn to make a crochet flower garland.

More Crochet Patterns

I hope that you’ve enjoyed this list of easy crochet flower patterns. For even more crochet ideas, check out these related posts.

What’s Next?

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pin image with 8 crochet flowers and the text over 30 crochet flower patterns

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Monday 26th of February 2024

May I use these patterns to create items to see online or at crafts fairs? I would not share/sell the patterns themselves.

Sarah Stearns

Wednesday 28th of February 2024

Hi Carol, You'll need to ask the individual pattern designers of the specific patterns you plan to make.


Friday 24th of November 2023

Love how easy you make these patterns. Thank you for your time and hard work.


Sunday 20th of August 2023

These are all really cute and I'm looking forward to trying some of them :) Thank you for supplying such I interesting and cute patterns!