Crochet flower patterns are typically small and work up quickly, making them great projects for beginners.
Even though there are lots of beginner friendly patterns, crochet flowers can also be very detailed and more suited for experts.
No matter what your skill level, there is a flower pattern out there for you.
In this post, I’m sharing crochet flower patterns for every skill level. That’s means you’re sure to find the perfect pattern for you.
Most of these patterns can be used as flower appliques, you can also create garlands with them, and more.
How to Crochet a Rose
This free pattern is part of a 3 part video series that shows you how to crochet a rose.
A written pattern is not available for this pattern, you make sure you’re okay with watching crochet video patterns before moving forward. Get the pattern from She’s Crafty.
This pansy flower pattern includes step-by-step written and photo instructions. You can make these flowers using yarn leftover from previous projects. Get the pattern from Moara Crochet.
Here’s another beautiful flower pattern from Moara Crochet. This pattern is for a crochet poppy flower pattern. If you’re a fan of this flower, you’ll definitely love this pattern. Get the pattern from Moara Crochet.
These crochet roses are absolutely beautiful. They would make a great addition to your home decor. They would also make great Valentine’s Day or Mother’s Day gifts. Get the pattern from The Loophole Fox.
Easy Peasy Flower
These flowers are so easy to make, so this is a great pattern for newbies. The fun part of making these flowers will be mixing and matching the color palettes. Get the pattern from Knit Purl Hook.
Crochet Tulips on Canvas
This free pattern is for a beautiful crochet tulip canvas. This canvas would make a wonderful gift for Mother’s Day or Valentine’s Day. Get the pattern from Repeat Crafter Me.
Crochet Flowers on Canvas
Here’s another beautiful canvas flower pattern from Repeat Crafter Me.
This free pattern is for a crochet flower canvas. Again, this canvas would make a wonderful gift for Mother’s Day or Valentine’s Day. Get the pattern from Repeat Crafter Me.
How To Crochet a Rose
Here’s another video tutorial showing you how to crochet a rose. If you look in the video description, you’ll also find a link to the free written pattern. Get the pattern from Happy Berry Crochet.
Make your own beautiful brooch or floral applique with this beautiful pattern. This blossom is versatile and can be used for a variety of projects. Get the pattern from Happy Patty Crochet.
These flowers are absolutely stunning. These flowers would make a great addition to hats, scarves, bags, blankets, and more. Get the pattern from The Hat and I Crochet.
These adorable roses would make great earrings. You can also use them for a necklace, hair clip, bag, and more. Try using a variety of colors for your mini roses. Get the pattern from Happy Patty Crochet.
Candy Blossom Crochet Flower
These candy blossoms are so cute and fun to make. Make lots of these flowers using a variety of colors to match your home decor, bag, and more.
You can also use them as ornaments or garlands. Get the pattern from Sosae Caetano.
How stunning is this crochet wedding boutonniere pattern? This flower can be used as a brooch or applique. You can also use it for a headband, scrapbooking and more. Get the pattern from Happy Creations by Vita.
These classic crochet flower patterns are lovely. The skill level for these flowers is listed as medium, so keep that in mind if you want to make your own crochet flowers.
This flower can be used as a brooch or applique. You can also use it for a headband, scrapbooking and more. Get the pattern from Happy Creations by Vita.
Potted Flowers and Tulip Bulb
Here’s a pattern that’s a little different from the rest. This pattern is for a potted sunflower, tulip bulb, and potted poinsettia. These amigurumis would make great gifts. Get the pattern from Yarn Blossom Boutique.
Three Crochet Flower Patterns
The flowers below are a part of a three pattern bundle. The bundle includes written patterns for a dogwood flower, Iceland poppy, and tiny peony. Get the patterns from Picot Flowers.
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