32 Crochet Flower Patterns

This garden of crochet flower patterns can be used for all sorts of crochet projects: to create centerpieces for special occasions, for brooches or other clothing embellishments, as appliques to other crochet projects, as home decors, and more!

Who says you need to tend a garden in order to enjoy the sight of beautiful, blossomed flowers? With all these flowers above, you can enjoy a wonderful variety of flowers all year long, and guess what? you don’t even have to water them!


1. Crochet Flower Pattern by Happy Creations By Vita

You can use this flower for headband, scrapbooking works, for brooch or sewing works. This flower can also be a beautiful charm for a happy planner, bag or keys.

Crochet Flower Pattern by Happy Creations By Vita

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2. Potted Flower Amigurumi Pattern by Autumn Leaflet

For those of you with no green thumb, this Potted Flower Amigurumi will always be there to brighten up your day.

Brighten up a room by crocheting this cute potted flower! The best part of all is that you don’t have to water it.

You can even embroider a face on it to give it a personality. This potted flower would make an excellent gift to a child or an adult.

Potted Flower Amigurumi Pattern by Autumn Leaflet

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3. Never Ending Wildflower Crochet Pattern by Yarn And Chai

What makes this flower “never-ending” is how it is built. What that means is that rather than getting taller and bulkier, the flower stays the same height, and just gets wider.

You could keep adding rounds of petals and increases to make it the size of a football field, and it would still only be less than an inch tall, making it great as an addition to things like blankets and throw pillows.

It’s not 1-dimensional like your typical appliqué; it has depth and interest, without the bulk.

Never Ending Wildflower Crochet Pattern by Yarn And Chai

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4. Forever Flowers Crochet Pattern by Red Heart

Crochet a clever flower and use it almost anywhere – on a lapel, on a hat, in your hair, to wrap a gift, glued to pushpins on a bulletin board, or glued to a magnet for holding messages on the refrigerator. There are many possibilities!

Forever Flowers Crochet Pattern by Red Heart

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5. Irish Crochet Flower Pattern by Fox Stitch Design

You will not find a more realistic flower pattern anywhere. When you use natural looking colors, this Irish Flower looks real at first glance! They make lovely appliques & brooches or attach a wire stem and make a bouquet of Spring flowers.

Each color uses a continuous thread (there won’t be million ends to deal with!) and it’s made as one piece, no assembly required when you are done crocheting!

Irish Crochet Flower Pattern by Fox Stitch Design

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6. Mini Flower Crochet Pattern by Happy Patty Crochet

These adorable Mini Flowers are perfect applique for anything from an earring and necklace, to a hairclip, bag or a hat. Crocheting several of this blossoms, would allow you to make a beautiful brooch or a stunning mini bouquet.

These delicate flowers are small in size but are as eye-catching as many larger flowers (or more). Try them in pastel colors for beautiful outdoor table decoration.

Mini Flower Crochet Pattern by Happy Patty Crochet

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7. Cream Rose Bouquet Crochet Pattern by Yarnspirations

Flowers brighten up any space, so craft together a dozen roses in the colors that inspire your world. Display your Cream Rose bouquet as a cheerful centerpiece, window accent, or any other creative use you dream-up.

Cream Rose Bouquet Crochet Pattern by Yarnspirations

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8. Simple Origami Rose Crochet Pattern by Naztazia

This Simple Origami Rose Flower is a nice crochet project for beginner to advanced crocheters. It is made with double crochet stitches then rolled into shape.

Because it’s quick and easy, you only need small amounts of yarn for this project and i t’s a great way to use up scraps of yarn!

Simple Origami Rose Crochet Pattern by Naztazia

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9. Colorful Crochet Flowers Pattern by The Hat And I

April showers bring crochet flowers! A colorful addition for hats, scarves, blankets, bags, or any project that needs a little something extra.

The pattern includes directions for the following: large 3-layered flower, large tropical flower, medium 2-layered flower, rose, small flower, single leaf, and double leaf.

Colorful Crochet Flowers Pattern by The Hat And I

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10. Flower Pot Amigurumi Pattern by Sewrella

This plushy Flower Pot Amigurumi is a perfect gift for Mother’s Day, birthdays, or anniversaries. You can change their colors to bright red and white to mimic poinsettias, too!

This is an intermediate level crochet pattern, and the techniques you will need to know are single crochet, increase, decrease, half double crochet, double crochet, magic ring, chain stitch, and slip stitch.

Flower Pot Amigurumi Pattern by Sewrella

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11. Easy Crochet Flowers Pattern by Annie Design Crochet

These pretty Easy Crochet Flowers only take minutes to make and are perfect for adding as embellishments to your projects. You can add a pin to the back of the flower to make a brooch, or add one to a child’s hat.

Easy Crochet Flowers Pattern by Annie Design Crochet

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12. Crochet Iceland Poppy Flower Pattern by Picot Pals

This Crochet Iceland Poppy Flower Pattern uses a combination of worsted and DK weight yarns. You can use almost any fiber type to create these poppies.

Cotton yarns produce a more stiff petal. Wool creates a fuzziness that makes the stamen of the flower look a bit more realistic.

Crochet Iceland Poppy Flower Pattern by Picot Pals

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13. Lavender Flower Crochet Pattern Pippa Patterns Crochet

This lovely Lavender Flower Crochet Pattern looks very lifelike. Using the recommended yarn and following the tutorial your finished product will be: flower Head approximately 2.5”(6cm) and the arrangement approximately 10”(6cm) in a plant pot size 4.5″(12cm).

Lavender Flower Crochet Pattern Pippa Patterns Crochet

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14. Crochet Flower Blanket Pattern by Felted Button

This Crochet Flower Blanket is perfect for who likes a cheerful and creative project. Each little flower is bursting with colors!

It is thick and warm yet breathes. And the back of the flowers looks as beautiful as the front!

Crochet Flower Blanket Pattern by Felted Button

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15. Puff Flower Free Crochet Pattern by Bella Coco Crochet

These little Puff Flowers are a labor of love but they look totally stunning. You can choose to join them together to make a larger project such as a scarf or a blanket or you could use them individually to add to something like a crochet hairband.

Puff Flower Free Crochet Pattern by Bella Coco Crochet

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16. Crochet Tulip Flower Pattern by My Cro Wonders

Tulips are gorgeous spring flowers, but they have a limited season so why not crochet some to display all year round?

This Crochet Tulip Flower Pattern is the perfect love flower to make a bouquet with. It can be worked up in just about any color with your own hands in just a brief amount of your time.

Crochet Tulip Flower Pattern by My Cro Wonders

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17. Simple Daisy Crochet Pattern by Daisy Cottage Designs

This Simple Daisy Crochet Pattern is very simple – they might take three minutes to whip up. This little flower is a great beginner crochet pattern, too!

Since this is a very basic crochet flower pattern, you can change up the colors and yarn weight and use it for a lot of different projects.

Simple Daisy Crochet Pattern by Daisy Cottage Designs

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18. Crochet Lily Flower Pattern by Fox Stitch Design

This beautiful Crochet Lily Flower Pattern features petals having a unique texture and which are surprisingly easy to form into a graceful shape without wire or stiffener. Options are also included for different petal widths.

Crochet Lily Flower Pattern by Fox Stitch Design

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19. Free Crochet Cherry Blossom Flower Pattern by Make And Do Crew

Celebrate Spring with this Free Crochet Cherry Blossom Flower Pattern. Each flower takes only a few minutes to crochet and can be used for decor, garland, or an accent on another piece.  

This crochet cherry blossom pattern is a perfect lightweight project that won’t make you sweat up a storm while you’re working on it.

Free Crochet Cherry Blossom Flower Pattern by Make And Do Crew

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20. Crochet Sunflower Pattern by Happy Patty Crochet

This Crochet Sunflower, inspired by the award-winning Soraya variety, a short petal, lush wonder, is a true beauty and quite the explosion of happiness!

They are a perfect gift for someone special and will make any lonely corner bright as the sun.

Crochet Sunflower Pattern by Happy Patty Crochet

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21. Flower Headband Crochet Pattern by Of Mars

This Flower Headband Crochet Pattern features a wide headband and a layered, detailed flower adorned with a button.

The headband portion is made using a super bulky yarn, so it’s thick, warm, and works up super quickly! The flower is made using worsted weight yarn, so it’s a bit more detailed.

Flower Headband Crochet Pattern by Of Mars

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22. Simple Crochet Flower Pattern by Hello Yellow Yarn

This Simple Crochet Flower is very easy to make. It is made with an 8 ply yarn and a 4mm hook but of course, you can use whichever yarn and hook size you prefer.

The flower is worked in a spiral and begins with a magic ring. The flower only has 2 rounds – 1 round with single crochet stitches and the other round have half double crochets and double crochets worked into the single crochet stitches to make the petals.

Simple Crochet Flower Pattern by Hello Yellow Yarn

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23. 5 Petal Crochet Flower Pattern by 1 Dog Woof

Looking for a simple project? This is a free pattern for a 5-petal Crochet Flower that would look great as a fun accessory!

These little flowers are quick and easy to make and can brighten up any outfit.  Or group them together for some springtime cheer!

5 Petal Crochet Flower Pattern by 1 Dog Woof

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24. Crochet Dahlia Flower Pattern by Pippa Patterns Crochet

Relax your mind, heart, and soul as you create this 4 1/2 inch bloom that will conveniently brighten your day and your home.

Perhaps, you might want to lighten up someone else’s day! Either way, you’ll certainly enjoy the magical process of creating this bold and exciting beauty. The outcome is thrilling!

Crochet Dahlia Flower Pattern by Pippa Patterns Crochet

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25. Crochet Flower Bouquet Pattern by Happy Creations By Vita

Spring has sprung with a fresh bouquet of crochet flowers including a rose, carnation, tulip, and daisy!

Why settle for making one crochet flower when you can craft a whole bouquet? This project makes the perfect gift for birthdays, anniversaries, Mother’s Day, and more. Of course, you can also craft one for yourself!

Crochet Flower Bouquet Pattern by Happy Creations By Vita

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26. Fancy Flower Scrubber Crochet Pattern by Red Heart

Practice simple shaping and color changes to complete a Fancy Flower Scrubber that combines utility with beauty.

Select fun shades of yarn and make a whole bunch of crochet scrubbers as gifts! This fun project washes easily by machine and air dries quickly for everyday use.

Fancy Flower Scrubber Crochet Pattern by Red Heart

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27. Rainbow Flowers Amigurumi Crochet Pattern by Kandjdolls

This Rainbow Flowers Amigurumi will brighten your home and will give you a good mood. They are easy to make and great for on your windowsill. All flowers are made with the same pattern.

They are made in the colors of the rainbow but you could make them in any colors you choose.

Rainbow Flowers Amigurumi Crochet Pattern by Kandjdolls

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28. Flower Gal Free Crochet Pattern by Tiny Curl

This crochet flower is personified! Use amigurumi techniques to make a Flower Gal Doll. You will also get a free crochet pattern for the bee to accompany this pretty flower girl.

Flower Gal Free Crochet Pattern by Tiny Curl

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29. Crochet Flower Granny Square Pattern by Winding Road Crochet

This Crochet Flower Granny Square is a beautiful motif that’s perfect for spring!

It’s an all-time adorable pattern that you can use for coasters in any room in your house, or even that you can combine together to make a granny square blanket.

Whatever you decide to do with these crochet flower granny squares is sure to be floral and delightful!

Looking for more? Check out these 42 Crochet Square Patterns!

Crochet Flower Granny Square Pattern by Winding Road Crochet

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30. Mini Crochet Poinsettia Pattern by Happy Patty Crochet

These little flowers are ideal as appliqués, with a flat back, you can easily attach any clip or clasp. They are guaranteed to enjoy any flat surface and will surely fit any accessory.

Almost anytime you shrink something cute, it gets even cuter, which is certainly true of these mini poinsettias!

Mini Crochet Poinsettia Pattern by Happy Patty Crochet

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31. Little Crochet Deco Roses Pattern by Mama In A Stitch

These roses are really cute and little as they measure less than 2 inches wide, and 3/4 inches tall

They are small and fairly flat which makes them nice to add to small items. I’m picturing hairpieces, clutches, and pins, but the possibilities are endless. They are made and finished in only two short rows, so they are a breeze to whip up.

Little Crochet Deco Roses Pattern by Mama In A Stitch

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32. Gerbera Crochet Flowers Pattern by Annie Design Crochet

These Gerbera Crochet Flowers can be used to make pretty hair clips, and the pattern is beginner friendly!

Once you have made one flower, you will soon be creating dozens in your favourite colours. Perfect for wedding favors, party packs, decorating wrapped gifts, or adding to your crochet blankets.

Gerbera Crochet Flowers Pattern by Annie Design Crochet

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Which of these crochet flower patterns do you fancy trying today?

Crochet a rose, a tulip, a sunflower, one with lots of petals, or a bouquet. It’s hard to choose when they’re all so pretty!

Inspire others by sharing your works on our Facebook Page. We’d love to know what everyone’s making! And also, be sure to check all our other crochet flower patterns that are waiting to be made!

So make like you’re in a field and pick your favorite crochet flower patterns!