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Beautiful Crochet Flowers Free Patterns

Beautiful Crochet Flowers are not only easy to make but also a great way to use up the leftover yarn. They are so versatile, you can apply them almost anywhere! Things such as hairpins, hats, bags, and cardigans can be decorated with these beautiful flowers. Moreover, you can use them for brooches, corsage, or simple bouquets. They will look exquisite as garlands and floral crowns as well. Possibilities are endless, and while real flowers wilt after a few days, these will stay with you for much longer. You can create beautiful ornaments just in time for Mother`s Day or other occasions, to bring joy to the ones you love. Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!

If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Spring Flower Blanket Squares and Dreamy Mandalas.

Lily Flower Free Crochet Pattern

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 surely put your family members in great moods!

Level: upper beginner Author: Roseanna Murray

Lily Crochet Flower

The full article about the pattern and the photos are here. More info here.

May Flowers Free Crochet Pattern

This clever amigurumi watering can with a hole to plant your flower is a pen holder and a pen. Mix and match the flowers and bring some spring cheer to your desk. We bet your kids would love to take a handmade accessory like this one to school!

Level: upper beginner Author: Brenna Eaves

Amigurumi May Flowers

The full article about the pattern and the photos are here. More info here.

Mohnblume – Poppy Free Crochet Pattern

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: beginner Author: Vera Matrebo

Mohnblume - Poppy Crochet Flower

The full article about the pattern and the photos are here

May Roses Free Crochet Pattern

Can you hear the wedding bells? These May roses 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: beginner  Author: Lucy of Attic24

May Roses Crochet Wedding Buquet

The full article about the pattern is here. More info here. Info about this version and the photos here.

Lilac Flowers Free Crochet Pattern

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 your Mother’s Day card? You can also scatter these beauties on the table during a tea party. Your guests will be enchanted!

Level: beginner Author: GoldenLucyCrafts

Lilac Crochet Flowers

The full article about the pattern is here. More info and the photos here and here.

Rose With Wired Stem & Leaves Free Crochet Pattern

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: beginner Author: Nicole Riley

Crochet Rose with wired Stem & Leaves

The full article about the pattern and the photos are here. More info here.

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