Crochet flowers make a quick, and pretty addition to many different projects. This collection of quick crochet flower patterns is full of easy, step-by-step pattern tutorials to crochet beautiful roses, poppy flowers, daisy flowers, waterlilies, and layered flowers, small or large!
Some of these crochet flower patterns are lace and designed for thread, others are more simple and easy enough for a confident beginner. There are 5 petal flowers, 6 petal flowers, realistic flowers and artistic flowers–so many to choose from to add to your next crochet project!
A few things to keep in mind as you choose your flower from the following list:
- Flower colors can be changed to meet your needs.
- It is possible to make the flower larger or smaller by changing the thickness of your yarn and hook.
- Most of these flowers are layered, so you will need to turn your piece over to work on the back side when the pattern calls for it.
Free Crochet Flower Patterns
The following free crochet flower patterns look best when made with anything from #4 worsted weight yarn down to a #1 sock yarn. You will need to adjust your hook down if you decide to use a thinner yarn than what the pattern calls for. The great thing about crochet flowers is that you can use almost any size hook or yarn and they will still look great! I encourage you to use your imagination and have fun crocheting these flowers!
Click on the flower description or the picture to be taken to the pattern. The flowers are usually at the end of the pattern, so some scrolling is required to get to them.
- These all-purpose flowers can be made with any kind of worsted, light weight, sport weight or sock weight yarn. Add a button in the center of the larger flower, and use simple embroidery techniques to add a realistic center to the smaller flower.
- Crochet this beautiful free poppy pattern for a headband, summer bag, or turn it into a pin for Remembrance Day.
- Click here to find an alternate version of this poppy flower pattern that can be buttoned onto a hat instead.
- A large lily flower that is good for hats, headbands, blankets or scarves. It can be crocheted in anything from #4 worsted weight yarn to #1 sock weight yarn!
- Use just the top of this hat pattern to crochet a luxurious layered lily flower. Crochet a smaller lily flower by following the instructions for round 1-6 on the 3 mos size hat, or crochet a large lily flower following rounds 1-9 on the 12 mos size hat.
- A basic rose flower pattern, and a cute Johnny Jump-up (or Violet) that you can add to summer accessories like headbands or tote bags. This pattern also includes two leaf patterns! Embellish these flowers with pearls, or crochet thread centers.
- Crochet a pumpkin squash style flower that is pointed at the ends. This flower can also stand in for a lily since they have similar shapes. It’s easy to modify to have only 5 petals if you are a stickler for that kind of thing. The free pattern also includes 2 squash leaves (which can double for ivy in a pinch).
- This link has 3 different crochet flower patterns that are great for adding to hats, scarves, shawls, bags or headbands. Changing the colors of yarn that you use changes the look of the flowers!
- Follow the first 12 rounds of this pattern to get a large flower that can be sewed onto the front of a pillow or bag. Or, use #1 sock yarn and a 2.75mm hook to crochet a much smaller version.
Crochet Thread Flower Patterns
Perhaps you have a penchant for crocheting with tiny steel hooks and #10 crochet thread. These small flower patterns look cute on delicate wedding accessories like chokers, lace gloves and purses, or they can be added to baby headbands. or summer beach bags–the choice is yours!
- Add this cute little design to headbands, barrettes, gloves, chokers, or wedding garters. These simple flowers look best when made with #10 crochet thread, or even the smaller #20 or #30 threads.
- Use this little rosebud to embellish delicate items. This pattern looks best in #10 thread, as well as #20 and 30 thread.
- This flower can easily be made in a variety of bright, cheery colors and sewn onto bags, baby blankets or headbands.
- This flower is inspired by tropical flowers. Use one solid color, or incorporate several different hues to bring this imaginative flower design to life!
If you can’t get enough flower patterns you can find even more over on AllFreeCrochet. Check out their collection of crochet flower patterns here.Check out their collection of crochet flower patterns here.
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You are welcome to share the link to these pattern, using one image of your choice, on your site, but please do not share the written patterns themselves, or use additional images. You do not have permission to use my images by themselves to create pinnable graphics for Pinterest, since this causes confusion for the person visiting the link, however the image may be included in a roundup pin if there are 4 or more other patterns.
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