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Cute Amigurumi Flowers Free Crochet Patterns

When we think about crochet flowers, we immediately think about appliques or floral motifs on blankets and other projects. This is understandably the first thing that comes to mind because we can see a lot of these blooming projects. Today we have something so special for you though! A little twist on the idea of crochet flowers. We wanted to show you how you can join amigurumi with floral motifs in the cutest way! We hope that this collection of Cute Amigurumi Flowers will give you the inspiration you need to make something fresh and so original. The designs we’ve gathered for you are surely great ideas for gifts too! 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 Blooming Baby Blankets and Spring Washcloths.

Hyacinth Bulb Free Crochet Pattern

These amazingly fragrant, bell-shaped flowers are among the most characteristic symbols of spring. Are you a fan of their smell? We certainly are! If you want to keep the charm of hyacinths in your home all year round, this awesome pattern will help you with that.

Level: upper beginner Author: Anna Nikipirowicz

Crochet Hyacinth Bulb Amigurumi

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

Little Flower Free Crochet Pattern

Oh, just look at this tiny cutie! Evidently inspired by wildflower meadows and the Sun, this pattern simply had to turn out absolutely charming. Follow this brilliant designer’s instructions and you will enjoy lovely new decor in no time.

Level: upper beginner Author: Anastasia Kirs

Crochet Little Flower Amigurumi

The full article about this pattern and the photos are here.

Tulips Free Crochet Pattern

These tulips are not afraid of time that passes by. The lovely crochet bouquet will stay on your desk as long as you want it to! And you are going to want it forever, trust us on this one. Before you get on with this exciting project, make sure you have all the right yarn colors at hand.

Level: upper beginner Author: June Gilbank

Amigurumi Tulips

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

Daffodil Bulb Crochet Pattern

Isn’t this sweet amigurumi bulb an ideal symbol of spring? Obviously! If you want to make people around you smile, crochet a bunch of these adorably round cuties. You can use them as little handmade gifts or decor elements.

Level: upper beginner Author: Yarn Blossom Boutique

Amigurumi Daffodil Bulb

The full article about this pattern is here. Info about this version and the photos here. The pattern was free for a limited time only.

African Violet Free Crochet Pattern

This violet crochet flower will smile at you every day! Watering not required. If you don’t believe that you have especially green fingers, this version of a house plant will be so good for you. Play with colors and sizes to suit your windowsill!

Level: upper beginner Author: Yarn Blossom Boutique

African Violet Flower Amigurumi

You will find the pattern here. Info about this version and the photos here.

 

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3 comments

Miss Mahtab May 27, 2020 at 9:29 am

These ideas Are Very Impressive thanks for helpful ideas I am very very happy to see this because you give me creative ideas.

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Patience Chatfield March 29, 2021 at 12:37 pm

I love the patterns, and site it great, but when I went to Ravelry the pattern was not free like the add said. Am I missing something?

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Lena March 30, 2021 at 5:33 pm

Hi there! We are sorry, it looks like this pattern was free for a limited time only. Thank you for getting in touch! We hope you find something else to crochet!

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