These beautiful and clever flowers range from simple to complex. Some are fun, some are realistic, and all of them come from some talented and creative folks!
- A simple, two-color flower by Salena Baca on Ravelry. Two styles to choose from.
- This website from Finland shows how to make the flowers they’ve attached to this cute sweater. Google translation is available.
- From Carmen Heffernan of theguardian.com, these small, three-layer flowers are colorful and easy to make.
- Cute and simple flower coasters from Daisy Cottage Designs can be made with scraps.
- These are pretty and intricate. A Russian site with Google translate available.
- Evanescence Crochet has directions in English and Spanish for these 6-pointed blooms.
- This ravelry pattern from Eaden yarns looks pretty in muted solid and variegated yarns.
- Share Knit and Crochet offers a chart pattern for the leaves, buds and flowers of these poppies.
- This tutorial from Claire-Clutterbug shows how to make this entire foxglove plant!
10. Make one BIG flower for a blooming pillow! Instructions from Repeat Crafter Me.
11. Bonita Patterns awesome crocodile stitch, offered up in this free flower pattern.
12. If #11 is too simple, try this one instead. The pattern for slouch hat is free, too.
13. Technically, this isn’t a crocheted flower. It was just too cool not to include! The leaves are crochet, though there are no instructions for them, and it is made with yarn. The site has a photo tut for making the flowers.
14. A Giant Corsage by Jane Crowfoot on ravelry. Sign up for free to get the free pattern!
15. Skamama’s picot flower reminds me of columbine flowers, which are one of my favs.
16. Cute, quick, and colorful, these five-petal flowers from Cheery Mishmash have a great tutorial.
17. moogly (love that name and her logo, too) gives a step-by-step on how to make these Easter lilies.
18. It was hard to choose just one of the three flower patterns offered on this page from Stitch of Love.
19. This flower from CraftPassion is different from others I’ve seen. I really like the look, as well as the addition of “sparkle”
20. Attic24 shares how to make this triple-layer flower. They have a yarn shop, too.
21. I can’t even tell you how much I love this artwork made from crocheted flowers. Instructions and flower patterns from wonderfuldiy.com.
22. Here’s another WOW project using crocheted flowers and an ikea lamp. From a dude.
23. Awesome sunflower instructions from Skip to My Lou. Who doesn’t love sunflowers?
24. Pattern chart for this Dewdrop Crocheted Flower Pin from mylittlecitygirl.com.
25. This multi-layer flower uses a single color. The flower patterns are by Ali Craft Designs on ravelry.com.
26. There are lots of little layers in this water lily pattern from Make My Day Creative
27. This is a simple flower from Crochetville, but I like the way the petals are made.
28. Orchids! Complete instructions on loremar. No green thumb needed!
29. Need a flower that’s not so serious? This smiling sunflower in a pot is perfect!
30. Full and fabulous Popcorn Stitch Flower from B. Hooked has a video tut and written instructions, too.
31. Kati Crafts has instructions for this pretty, lacy rose that’s worked in rows and stitched together in a spiral.
32. Tulip pattern by A la Sascha on ravelry.com. You can fill a vase with your favorite colors.
33. Rebecca gives us free flower patterns for the Never Ending Wildflower, and links to a granny-square version, too.
34. Beautiful bluebells from Charlotta at In the Yarn Garden.
35. Crocheted pansy pattern in some other language (I think Dutch), but there’s an English version if you scroll down.
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