This simple crochet pattern makes adorable crochet flowers perfect for adorning all of your projects this spring! You can make yourself a whole bouquet of beautiful little blooms in no time at all with this quick and easy free crochet pattern.
Is it warming up at all in your neck of the woods or are you still deep in the snowy cold of winter? I am definitely starting to see the first signs of Spring here, and I am completely ready for it. Now, I consider flowers and floral designs to be a year-round staple, but I definitely feel a certain drive to make floral-inspired crafts in the spring.
If you feel the same and are ready to bring spring with a simple little floral crochet project, then I have a great little crochet flowers pattern for you today. Grab your hook and yarn, and let’s get going!
Supplies needed to make your own crochet flowers:
- Yarn (For my sample I used All Things You Acrylic and Wool Blend in Fleece White)
- Hook (I used a 9.00 mm hook)
- Yarn Needle
- Pin Backs or Hair Clips (optional)
- Beads (optional)
- Hot Glue Gun (optional)
This crochet heart pattern is free for personal use only and may not be sold or redistributed in anyway.
This pattern uses American crochet terms.
Round 1: Starting with magic loop/magic circle, work 6 sc into magic loop, pull to tighten, sl st to join (6 sc).
Round 2: *Ch 2, sl st in next st, repeat from * 5 times (6 ch 2 loops).
Round 3: *Sl st to next ch 2 loop, (2 dc, sl st) in same loop, repeat from * 5 times, sl st to first sl st. Finish off. Weave in ends.
Just switch up the size of your yarn and hook to change the size of your finished flowers.
Once you have your flowers crocheted and your ends all woven in, you can use them for so many things! They make sweet little appliqués to sew onto your crochet projects (think hats, slippers, and bags), or glue them on to hair clips, pins, and anything else that could benefit from a cute little flower.
I used a hot glue gun to attach a few of my flowers to some pins and hair clips.
I also added bead centers to a few flowers for a little more color and dimension and you could also sew them on or keep it simple and just use glue as I did.
And that’s it! Your cute little crochet flowers are ready to wear proudly, and my little girl looks so cute with her new flower clip in her hair.
After you finish these adorable crochet flowers, head on over to this post and get the free crochet heart pattern!
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Alexis Middleton is a lifelong crafter/DIYer and blogger at Persia Lou. She started crafting at a young age. As a girl, she spent summers with her grandmother crocheting baby doll afghans, making coasters out of plastic canvas and yarn, and canning apricot jam. Today, Alexis spends a lot of time dreaming up and working on projects for her family’s home. She loves mixing traditional crafting techniques with a more modern aesthetic.