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Updated June 8, 2023
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Do you love Crochet Flowers as much as I do? I have a treat for you! In this post I’ll be sharing 8 free crochet flowers patterns which are super quick, easy and beginner friendly.

All the crochet flower patterns also come with a video tutorial, so if you’re not hot on reading a crochet pattern just yet, I’ve got you covered. Top tip, follow the video whilst looking at the pattern to help improve your pattern following skills.

PLUS, if you’re stuck for inspiration on how to use these, I’ll give you some ideas throughout this post.

materials needed

For all of these crochet flower patterns you will need:

I’ll give you the information of what yarn and hook size I’ve used for each crochet flower below.

abbreviations

Abbreviations: Pattern written in UK terms

  • Skip (sk)
  • Stitch(es): st(s)
  • Space(s): sp(s)
  • Slip Stitch (ss): Insert hook into stitch, yarn over, pull yarn through stitch and loop on hook
  • Chain(s): (ch): Yarn over, pull through one loop on hook
  • Double Crochet(s): dc(s): Insert hook into stitch, yarn over, pull through two loops (2 loops on hook), yarn over, pull through both loops.
  • Treble Crochet(s): tr(s): Yarn over, insert hook into stitch or space, yarn over, draw up a loop (3 loops on hook), (yarn over, draw through 2 loops) twice.
How to Crochet: a handy reference guide

Unsure of the differences between UK and US terms? Need a refresher on how to do your stitches? In my ‘How to crochet: A handy reference guide’ EBook I help you with all of these terms and you can always have them to hand! You will also get exclusive access to free video instructions. You can find my EBook HERE.

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8 FREE Crochet Flower Patterns

easy crochet flower pattern

three crochet flowers in pastel colours sewn onto a straw hat
easy crochet flower

Who doesn’t like the sound of easy crochet? These easy crochet flowers make perfect appliqués like in the example above attached to a summer hat. You can have so much fun with these and attach them to make crochet flower blankets, garments and accessories. They make up in a few minutes so grab your favourite yarn in a selection of colours! When it comes to attaching your crocheted flowers you can either use a hot glue or sew them on. If you’d prefer a temporary embellishment, you could use safety pins as an alternative.

Yarn used in image: Paintbox Cotton DK in Pistachio (middle flower) Stylecraft Special DK in Parma Violet (left) Mushroom (right)

Hook: 4mm hook

(Please note, these are different to what I used in the video tutorial)

crochet flower pattern

Either create a magic circle, or chain 4, sl st in fourth ch from hook to form a ring

Round 1: [Ch 1, 4dtr in ring, dc in ring] 5 times, sl st in beginning ch-1.

Fasten off and sew in ends.

video tutorial

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simple crochet flower pattern

Simple Crochet Flowers

Create beautiful bunting with these simple crochet flowers. Pretty, easy and effective to add a bit of your personality to your home or garden just simply attach them together with a chain or sew them onto ribbon of your choice. Alternatively you can use a hot glue gun to attach them to ribbon.

Yarn used in image: Stylecraft Special DK

Hook: 4mm hook.

(Please note, these are different to what I used in the video tutorial)

pattern

  • Make a magic circle,
  • Round 1: Ch 1, 6dc in circle, tighten circle.
  • Round 2: [ch 2, tr in front loop only of next st, sl st in same front loop of st] in each st around.  
  • Round 3: Working into back loops of 6dc in round 1, [ch 1, tr in back loop of dc] in each st around, sl st in first ch-1 sp. 
  • Round 4: Ch 2, 2 tr in first ch-1 sp, ch 2, ss in same ch-1 sp, [ch 2, 2 tr in next ch-sp, ch 2, sl st in same ch-sp] around, working ss of last petal into ch-1 sp used for first petal.
  • Fasten off and sew in ends.

video tutorial

crochet daisy pattern

a yellow and white crochet daisy on a peach background
crochet daisy

Why not create a bunch of these crochet daisies and join them together to create your own daisy chain! You can join your crochet daisies with a crocheted chain or sew them onto some ribbon, string or twine.

Yarn used in image: Stylecraft Classique Cotton DK. If you can’t find this yarn, a good substitute is Paintbox Cotton DK in Buttercup Yellow (423) and Paper White (401).

Hook: 4mm hook.

(Please note, these are different to what I used in the video tutorial)

crochet flower pattern – daisy

  • Using colour A, make a magic ring
  • Round 1: Ch 3 (sounds as st) 13 tr. Join with ss in top of ch-3 and close magic ring. Tie off using invisible join. 14sts
  • Join colour B in any st.
  • Round 2: *Ch 11, ss into base of ch-11, ss in next st; repeat from * 13 more times. Tie off.
  • Sew in ends.

video tutorial for the crochet daisy

crochet puff flower pattern

Crochet Puff Flower

These puff flowers create beautiful texture and are so versatile. They can be joined together to create a beautiful blanket, used as appliqués for garments and accessories they would also make a fun little brooch by attaching a safety pin to the back.

Yarn: Style Craft Special DK

Hook: 4.5mm

(Please note, these are different to what I used in the video tutorial)

The pattern is written following the video colours. You can either use one or two colours for your puff flower. If you choose to use two colours then the video and pattern below shows you how. If you only want to use one colour when I say fasten off you will continue without fastening off.

pattern

  • Using Lemon coloured yarn
  • Foundation: Ch4, ss in forth ch from hook to form a circle.
  • Round 1: Ch1, 12dc into the circle, ss into the first chain and tie off.
  • Using your chosen petal colour, join with a ss into any dc.
  • Round 2: *ch3, ps, ch2, ss into the next st, Repeat from * 5 more times. 6 petals.
  • Fasten off and sew in ends.

video tutorial

crochet rose pattern

a purple crochet rose on a white tree
crochet Rose

Yarn used in image: Stylecraft Special DK 

Hook:

(Please note, these are different to what I used in the video tutorial)

crochet rose pattern

  • Foundation: Ch 60 (or in any multiple of 4 to adapt your size)
  • Row 1: Tr in 2nd ch from hook. Work 7 tr in same st, skip 1 ch and ss in next, *skip ch, 8 tr in next st, skip ch, ss in next ch; repeat from * to the end. Fasten off leaving a long end.
  • Starting at the beginning of your row, roll the petals from one side to another to create a flat spiral. Using a darning needle, sew along the foundation chain to secure the spiral that you have created. Sew in ends.

video tutorial

crochet daisy bookmark

daisy crochet bookmark lay alongside a pink planner
Crochet Daisy Bookmark

This smaller daisy pattern works up really well as a pretty bookmark. Perfect for your bookworm family and friends as gifts.

Yarn used in image: Paintbox Cotton DK in Dusty Rose, Champagne White and Pistachio.

Hook: 4mm

(Please note, these are different to what I used in the video tutorial)

crochet daisy bookmark pattern

  • With a lemon coloured yarn, start with a magic circle.
  • Round 1: Ch2, 11trs into the circle, pull circle closed and ss to the top of the chain 2 from the beginning. Tie off.
  • Connect your cream coloured yarn with a ss between any 2 tr sts.
  • You will be working between the stitches in this round.
  • Round 2: Ch1, (htr, tr, 3dtr, tr, htr, dc) into the same sp. *skip a sp, (dc, htr, tr, 3 dtr, tr, htr, dc) repeat from * 4 more times. Join to first st with a ss. Tie off

Stem (bookmark)

  • Using your green coloured yarn,
  • Row 1: Ch 30
  • Row 2: Dc in 2nd ch from hook and across. Tie off.

Sew stem onto the daisy.

crochet daisy video tutorial

If you loved this bookmark, why not check out our daisy chain bookmark tutorial here?

crochet poppy pattern

a crochet poppy lay on a background with a crochet hook, scissors and two crochet leaves

This quick and easy crochet pattern can be worn as a brooch. Attach this poppy and leaf to a brooch fixture or secure to your clothing with a safety pin to wear in remembrance.

Yarn used in image: Stylecraft Special DK in colours Lipstick, Black and Meadow.

Hook: 5mm

(Please note, these are different to what I used in the video tutorial)

crochet poppy pattern

  • Foundation chain: Ch4 and ss in forth ch from hook to form a circle.
  • Round 1: Ch1, 10dc, ss to first dc to join.
  • Round 2:  Ch2, 2tr, 2tr, 3dtr, 2tr, ch2, ss, ch2, 3tr, 2tr, 3dtr, 3tr, ch2, ss in next st and tie off.
Poppy Centre

10dc into a magic circle and ss to first dc  to join OR you could use a black button

Leaf
  • Foundation: Ch10
  • First side: 3tr in third ch from the hook, tr in next 3 sts, htr in next 2 sts, dc, ss, ch 2.
  • Second side: ss (in same space as previous ss), dc, htr in next 2 sts, tr in next 3 sts, 3tr in next st, join with ss in top of first st.
  • To continue on and add a stem: ch4, dc into 3rd chain from hook, dc into next ch. ss to base of leaf.
  • Fasten off and sew in ends.

poppy video tutorial

crochet shamrock pattern

crochet shamrock made in pale green yarn on a cream backdrop
Crochet Shamrock

Send a bit of good luck with this lucky shamrock charm. For more shamrock inspiration click here.

Yarn used in image: Rico creative cotton aran, farbe

Hook: 5mm

shamrock pattern

  • Foundation chain: Chain 4. Ss in first st to join into a circle.
  • Leaves: [Ch 3, tr, dc, tr, ch 3, ss] 3 times in circle. 
  • Stem: Ch 5, sk first ch, dc in second ch from hook and next 3 chs, ss in base of leaves to connect.
  • Fasten off and sew in ends.

crochet shamrock video tutorial

I always love to see your makes so if you try any of my patterns or follow my stitch tutorials please tag me @bellacococrochet or use the #bellacococrochet

 
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