Hey Dearies! With it getting warmer outside, I figure it was time to go on the lookout for some crocheted flowers! Now, crochet flowers can be used for quite a bit of things, from accessories to pins and to add-ons for other projects that you might have.
Note: These patterns are not my own creation, all rights go to their original creators. There are links for each creation.
Sunflowers are always the perfect accessories for dresses, headbands, and even bags! Not to mention, you can always make them as hair clips or pins to add a touch of spring to your outfit. Some people have gotten creative and created a bouquet of them.
Link for pattern: https://www.skiptomylou.org/crochet-sunflower/
2. Cherry Blossom
Cherry blossoms are beautiful when they are in full bloom, not to mention, they are my sister’s favorite flower, so I had to add them onto this list. Even though they are small flowers, they can still be perfect add-ons to any project.
Link for pattern: https://www.goldenlucycrafts.com/cherry-blossoms-crochet-pattern/
As you can see, people do crochet flowers as centerpieces or add them to vases, as if they were real. I was glad an added lilies to this list, it took forever for me to find, but I did! I’ve seen a few people crochet flower bouquets for weddings, and they love using these lilies!
Link for pattern: https://woolpatterns.com/beautiful-crochet-flowers-free-patterns/
4. 6 Petal Puff Flower
I love how the petals are 3D for this pattern. It spins a twist and makes these flowers more fun to create! I also love the different colors that the creator tried out for this pattern.
Link for pattern: http://mamachee.com/2010/07/26/6-petal-puff-stitch-flower/
5. Curved Edge Flower
If you are looking for a simple flower to make to add onto a project or make it into a pocket, these are the flowers to use for that. If you wanted to make them as pockets, you can always go up a hook size for a bigger pocket.
Link for pattern: https://crochetncreate.com/curved-edge-flower/
6. 6 Petal Flower
This flower has an amazing design, but the bead adds a perfect touch to the flower. I can see creating these as an added accessory for girls as a hair clip or for stylish headbands. The pattern might be a little challenging, but I love the added touch for each petal. Adding this one on my to-do list.
Link for pattern: https://www.crochetbeja.com/simple-crochet-flower-with-6-petals/
7. Blooming Flower With Leaves
I love these flowers! Just because the layers make them more beautiful and the added touch of the leaves is perfect. I love it when creators add little details, such as leaves and the colors that they chose as well.
Link for pattern: https://www.anniedesigncrochet.com/2018/12/30/blooming-crochet-flowers-free-crochet-pattern/
8. Loopy Flower
This is a more unique flower on this list, but the way the petals are created is amazing because it’s not how you would normally see petals created. Perfect add on to a hat or bag, I can even see you sewing a small button in the middle to give it some more detail.
Link for pattern: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/loopy-flower-for-february
9. Kanzashi Flower
When I saw this flower, all I could think of was ‘That 70s Show’. These flowers are pretty ‘groovy’, but I just love the button that they added, which makes it seem more modern. I also just love the colors that were chosen.
Link for pattern: https://naztazia.com/kanzashi-flower/
10. Summer Daisy
Another flower that I had to go looking for, daisies! I’ve actually tried out a pattern like this and it is very simple to create, not to mention, I’ve seen them being added to blankets. I think they would look wonderful on a sunhat, especially for the little ones!
Link for pattern: http://justpootling.blogspot.com/2016/06/summer-daisy-garland.html?m=1
There you have it! Which ones are your favorites and are you wanting to try out? Let me know in the comments down below, also make sure to follow me on Facebook for my daily updates on this blog!