It’s been almost a year since I rounded up the original 10 Beautiful (and Free) Crochet Flower Patterns, and so many gorgeous patterns have come out since. With both Valentine’s Day and spring on the horizon it’s time for another look! So here are 10 more beautiful and free crochet flower patterns – including some really unique specimens!
10 Free Crochet Flower Patterns
- Posy Blossoms by June GilbankPlanetJune: This mix and match pattern has 9 different components to make 7 different crochet flower combos, plus 2 leaves!
- Tulip by Kati Galusz, a Ravelry download: Tulips are some of my favorite flowers, and ones you don’t usually see done in crochet. These amigurumi tulips are just gorgeous!
- Easter Lily on Moogly: These work great one by one or in a whole bouquet – and don’t set off my husband’s lily allergies!
- Bouquet de Mariée by Comtessecreations Comtess, a Ravelry download: Isn’t this just gorgeous! An entire bouquet that never wilts or falls apart. The construction is very clever, and there’s a great photo tutorial too!
- Lily Flower (variation1) by HappyBerryHappyBerry Website: You have to go to Facebook to get this free pattern, but I’ve linked you to the Ravelry entry so you can read all about it. It takes a bit of wire and beads, but it is so unique and beautiful! Be sure to look for her Iris pattern while you are there too!
- Pansy by Carola Wijma, a Ravelry download: These little crochet pansies are absolutely picture perfect! So intricate!
- Sakura (Cherry Blossom) by Chanda Kim, on Neko Knits: As much as I’ve enjoyed my visits to Washington DC, I’ve always been sad they’ve never coincided with the cherry blossoms. These crochet cherry blossoms are just lovely.
- Flower by Vendula MaderskaMagic with hook and needles: There’s a Czech language version of this available, but I’ve linked you to the Ravelry page where you can get the English download. I love the color and pop of these!
- Daffodils of Spring by Rachel Borello CarrollCrochet Me: These are the first flowers to bloom in our yard each spring, and this crochet daffodil pattern really captures their shape.
- Mountain Laurel Crochet Flower Pattern by Camelia Shanahan, on Meli Bondre: This designer has embarked on a 365 Crochet Flowers Bouquet Project, and it looks like she’s currently up to #153! It was hard to pick a favorite, as each one is lovely and unique, but I think this Mountain Laurel is really beautiful and a stand out design. But be sure to see them all, they’re really lovely.
I hope these new free crochet flower patterns have helped put you in mind of spring and warmth and all things beautiful. It was hard to narrow it down to just ten, even with a previous 10 already on the site! But I think this list features some really unique flowers, the kind you don’t see crocheted every day. Now tell me, what’s your favorite flower to crochet? Share with us in the comments!
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