10+ Crochet Flower Free Pattern Ideas

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These free crochet patterns for flowers are absolutely charming. So colorful too! Sounds interesting? Come check them out! Spring is in full bloom in many parts of the world, right? Do you know what that means? Yes!

We are so in the mood for decorating now! How about you? If you are a fan of crochet patterns for flowers, you will understand the awesomeness of these ideas in a heartbeat.

If you have never tried crocheting a flower, you are in the right place too! Many ideas here are pretty beginner-friendly. Doesn’t this simply check all the boxes? Without a doubt!

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free crochet flower patterns

1. Heart Poppy Flower

Crochet poppies are often worn as a remembrance flower to honor military workers who died during the war. These red beauties, however, can also be a lovely last-minute summer decoration. Lucy decided to put together four simple crochet hearts and add a black circle in the center. 

Level: beginner Author: GoldenLucyCrafts

photo by GoldenLucyCrafts / ravelry.com

Find this pattern on goldenlucycrafts.com, or read more on ravelry.com.

2. Popcorn Flower

Take an hour or two and make a bunch of these two-tone crochet flowers. Puffy popcorn stitches add fantastic texture to it, and you can mix and match the colors to come up with the nicest combinations. Naztazia’s crochet flower can be big or small, whichever way you like it better.

Level: upper beginner Author: Naztazia

photo by Naztazia / ravelry.com

Find this pattern on naztazia.com, or read more on ravelry.com.

3. Mohnblume – Poppy

Wonderful colors, right? These poppies are easy to make and so great for using up all the yarn scraps we’ve been hoarding for some time now. Can you see how charming these subtle petals are? Different shades and colors make them look super realistic.

Level: upper beginner Author: Vera Matrebo

Crochet Poppies

The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry.

4. Lily Flower

Are you ready to start your own crochet garden? It is a perfect alternative for all the city people out there. Wouldn’t this yellow wonder look so beautiful on your window sill? It will put your family members in great moods, that’s for sure.

Level: upper beginner Author: Roseanna Murray

Lily Crochet Flower

The original pattern and the photos are on Moara Crochet. More info on Ravelry.

5. Rose with wired Stem & Leaves

In the mood for romance? Make a whole bouquet of these beautiful crochet roses. They are so life-like! The wire in the stem makes this rose sturdy but also lets you adjust the angle. Perfectly customizable decor element, this is what we all need!

Level: upper beginner Author: Nicole Riley

Crochet Rose with wired Stem & Leaves

The original pattern and the photos are on Nicki’s Homemade Crafts. More info on Ravelry.

6. May Roses

Can you hear the wedding bells? The roses by Lucy of Attic24 would look amazing in a corsage or a bouquet. Make them in any size and color you want. This brilliant author chose a classic design that will make every bride so happy!

Level: upper beginner Author: Lucy of Attic24

Roses Crochet Wedding Buquet

The original pattern is on Attic24. More info on Ravelry. Info about this version and the photos are on Ravelry.

7. Lilac Flowers 

These tiny lilac flowers are great for appliques! You can decorate your projects with them in so many ways. How about attaching a few to a birthday card? You can also scatter these beauties on the table during a tea party. Your guests will be enchanted!

Level: upper beginner Author: Golden Lucy Crafts

Lilac Crochet Flowers

The original pattern and the photos are on Golden Lucy Crafts. More info on Ravelry.

8. Tulip Amigurumi 

Amigurumi and floral motifs? Always the best match! As you probably know, we adore flowers and free crochet patterns by Fay Lyth. They are always colorful and too sweet to be true! If you have always wanted to try amigurumi, this is a great project to consider.

Level: upper beginner Author: Fay Lyth

Tulip Amigurumi

The original pattern and the photos are on Stitch by Fay. More info on Ravelry.

9. Purple Pop Flower 

Simple, quick, too cute to be true! We don’t know if we will ever stop crocheting these tiny colorful flowers. The pattern by Therese Eghult is a must-have not only for summer. Do you already have ideas on how to use these decorative wonders?

Level: beginner Author: Therese Eghult

Crochet Flowers

The original pattern and the photos are on Sisters in Stitch. More info on Ravelry.

10. Pansy Flower

They look so real! We are always super excited to see a new crochet pattern by brilliant Naztazia released. Are you following this author’s work as well? No worries, we are doing it for you! Do you already know what to decorate with these pretty flowers?

Level: beginner Author: Naztazia

Crochet Flowers

The original pattern and the photos are on Naztazia. More info on Ravelry.

11. Morning Glory Flower

Here is one more flower pattern for spring 2022! We adore 3d crochet projects like this one by Roseanna Murray from Moara Crochet! These blue beauties will be a wonderful decoration no matter how you decide to use them.

Level: intermediate Author: Roseanna Murray

Crochet Flower

The original pattern and the photos are on Moara Crochet. More info on Ravelry.

12. Bleeding Heart Applique 

Would you like to become a crochet applique master? If you have already tried the easy crochet patterns for appliques by GoldenLucyCrafts, it is time to progress to the next level! This floral wonder will be perfect for all kinds of decorations.

Level: medium Author: GoldenLucyCrafts

Flower Applique

The original pattern and the photos are on GoldenLucyCrafts. More info on Ravelry.

13. 8-Petal Flower

Combining simple elements into bigger pieces is one of the most excellent methods in crochet. It doesn’t require advanced skills or excessive precision. All you need to do once you’ve got all the elements ready, is to sew them together with the most basic sewing techniques. Kate’s flower uses surface crochet slip stitch, which adds character to this simple piece.

Level: upper beginner Author: Crochetpedia

Crocheted flowers and yarn on a table.

photo by Crochetpedia / ravelry.com

Find this pattern on crochetpedia.com, or read more on ravelry.com.

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