Floral Pillows – Free Crochet Patterns

Hello there, summer lovers! The world is blooming and that means the time for free crochet patterns for Floral Pillows has come, evidently! If you want to add fresh charm to your living room or your master bedroom, these patterns are exactly what you need. Written by real artists, they will help you fill your house with pure beauty. If you want to make a precious gift for someone, a set of crochet pillows is a great idea as well! Why don’t you make a matching blanket while you’re at it? 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 Bubbly Dreams Pillows and  Crochet Cushions.

Spring Rhapsody Pillow Free Crochet Pattern

This is the most beautiful crochet rhapsody we have ever seen, undoubtedly! This wonderful mix of colors and stitches has swept us off our feet in an instant. If you want to give your sofa a new life, a set of blooming pillows will certainly do the trick.

Level: intermediate Author: Tonya Bush

The original pattern and the photos are on nanascraftyhome.com. More info on ravelry.com.

Dahlia Pillow Free Crochet Pattern

Dahlia Pillow is a truly beautiful design. It’s made with the use of a very interesting technique – intarsia crochet. It creates thick patterned pieces of fabric that will be so great for home accessories – pillow covers, thick bedspreads, and similar. This technique is unquestionably worth checking and mastering!

Level: intermediate Author: My Crochetory

The original pattern and the photos are on mycrochetory.com. More info on ravelry.com.

C2C Rose Garden Pillow Free Crochet Chart

Who doesn’t love floral motifs? They are especially awesome for home accessories we use in summer and spring. The atmosphere they create makes us all want to smile, right? Try this crochet chart for a lovely pillow by E’Claire Makery and see for yourself.

Level: intermediate Author: E’Claire Makery

The original pattern and the photos are on eclairemakery.com. More info on ravelry.com.

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