Pinteresting Projects: crochet flower patterns
Even as the leaves are falling and the temperature in the northern hemisphere, our friends in the southern hemisphere are preparing for spring. These free crochet flower patterns are perfect to celebrate spring or to keep your home cheery and bright during the winter months.
Many crocheters leap into the world of crochet with a simple crochet flower pattern. They are super quick to crochet and have a very versatile range of uses, from embellishments to home decor. These free patterns and tutorials are a great way to get started!
Bella Coco is no stranger to LoveCrochet – her free sunburst blanket tutorial is absolutely amazing, and her recent work with the Homestart charity is to be commended. This simple floral bookmark is crocheted in a DK weight yarn, and this tutorial even has a video to help you along!
This super simple pattern is incredibly adaptable – you can use them as embellishments, add buttons to the center, and even use them for inventive and experimental papercraft projects. Don’t you just want to make a whole garden full of these fabulous florals? We also think these would look great as an addition to simple photo frames.
This is a great example of crochet for beginners: a super simple pattern with a stunning, encouraging result. The pattern includes instructions for different sizes of flowers, so you can make a convincing bouquet of roses. Many brides are starting to opt for crocheted bouquets – would you?
Speaking of crochet bouquets, we are in love with this one! This ultimate list from Mollie Makes will give you heaps of inspiration on what to do with your blossoming crochet flower skills and how to create stunning works of art with your hooks and some yarn.
These cute crochet flowers would be adorable as brooches, garland, or an embellishment for a winter accessory to brighten up the dull winter months. This photo-tutorial includes round by round instructions and detailed photography to help you along.