Free Crochet Flower Patterns

3D 3 Layer Flowers
3D 3 Layer Flowers
BaneBerry Flower
BaneBerry Flower
Borage Flowers
Borage Flowers
California Poppy
California Poppy
Crochet Carnations
Crochet Carnations
Daffodils
Daffodils
Daisy
Daisy
Crochet Lilly
Crochet Lilly
A Maiden's Glory
A Maiden's Glory
Crochet Pansy
Crochet Pansy
Poinsettia Flower
Poinsettia Flower
Violets
Violets

While crochet rose patterns patterns are very popular, roses aren’t always everyone’s cup of tea. But don’t worry; there are many other crochet flower patterns available, so you’re sure to find one that strikes your fancy. And who knows, you might even find a pattern for your favorite pattern in this list.

Crochet flowers are fun to make, and are a great way to use up left over yarn. Make some for yourself, or give to your mom, friend, or loved one as a gift.

If you get creative enough, there are many ways to use crochet flowers. Here are just a few ideas:

  • Crochet around wire, include a stem, and give as a bouquet
  • Attach to a headband, clip or hair tie to wear in your hair
  • Wear as a ring
  • Make a brooch or pin
  • Use as an embellishment

And the list goes on. Depending on the flower, and your creativity, the sky is the limit. What can you create with these flower patterns?

Click the blue links below to go to the free crochet flower patterns.

3D 3 Layer Crochet Flowers

These cute layered crochet flowers are a pattern shared by fellow hubber MoiraCrochets. Here she uses plarn (plastic yarn) to make the flowers, but you could yarn.

Baneberry Flower

Created as part of the 365 Crochet Flowers Bouquet Project by Meli Bondre, this unusual baneberry flower is a little different than your typical flower. This pattern is featured off a real life plant, as the 365 Crochet Flower project aimed to use real life inspiration to create true to form flower patterns.

Borage Flowers

An annual herb, borage produces small blue flowers. This free crochet pattern from Lion Brand is sure to have a ton of uses. The site may require an account to log on, but the site is free to use.

California Poppy

This beautiful crochet California Poppy pattern available from Siona Karen is the perfect way to add a pop of color to an outfit, or your home’s décor.

Carnation Bouquet

This quick and easy carnation display is sure to delight someone you love. Scroll down to the middle of the page to locate the pattern.

Daffodils

Another great Planet June pattern, this bouquet of daffodils is sure to cheer up a room. These cute, three dimensional flowers would be great for turning into a wearable accessory.

Daisy

The daisy pattern available for free from Melody Crochet, would make the perfect cheery spring brooch, or accent to a headband.

Lilly

This crochet Lilly pattern uses crochet thread and cloth covered wire to create a beautiful flower that is bendable, making it easy to pose. These flowers would look great in a bouquet, or turned into napkin rings, or as a fresh accessory or brooch.

Maiden’s Glory

This strand of delicate white flowers and green leaves would be great used as a headdress or choker (as suggested on the site), or make longer and wear as a scarf, or use as garland. No matter how you wear it, you’ll love this beautiful free pattern available from The Anti-Craft.

Pansy

Free from crochet geek, this free pansy pattern would work great as any number of things, including a scarf (if a bunch were stitched together), a hair tie, coasters, and more.

Poinsettia

Available as a free pattern from Planet June, this cute crochet poinsettia flower is the perfect festive accessory. Depending on the size you make, you could wear it as a broach, or use as holiday decorations. Or, put a bunch together, and make a bouquet. Whatever you decide to do, you can’t go wrong with this free poinsettia pattern.

Violets

A free pattern from Drops, these cute violets would be a cute accent to a hairband, or a brooch or embellishment.

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