Top 10 Free Crochet Flower Patterns

When I started crocheting, one of my favorite things to make were crochet flowers. They were quick, easy, and they gave me a chance to try different techniques in bite-sized patterns. Instead of giving you individual patterns for these crochet flowers, I thought it might be nicer to round up all my favorites in one post. So, keep reading for my top 10 free crochet flower patterns!

P.S. All these patterns and image below to their original owners (linked). I didn’t create these; I just wanted to share their lovely work!

Crochet Flower Patterns

The top ten crochet flower patterns, all in one place! Find the perfect flower to use as an embellishment or accent to any project!

These patterns aren’t in any kind of order, but they are all ones that I love and always come back to. Go ahead and click on the pictures or the titles to go to the patterns! If you’d like to get more tutorials and free patterns, be sure to subscribe and get the free ebook, The Beginner’s Guide to Crochet.

1. Simple Daisy

 

2. Wagon Wheel Flower

 

3. May Roses

 

4. Rosettes

 

5. Lacy Flower (or at least, that’s what I’m calling it)

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6. Layered Flowers

 

7. Crocodile Stitch Flower

 

8. Picot Flower

 

9. Popcorn Stitch Flower

 

10. Puff Stitch/Mollie Flower

Related: Top 10 Free Slipper Patterns for Adults

More Crochet Tips

I love crocheting flowers and these are some of my favorite patterns, especially for beginners. Before you go, though, I want to share some tips with you. When you’re just starting out, there are a few things I always like to recommend and one of them is to find simple patterns that you can complete in a day or two. It’s more difficult to stay motivated and encourages when you start with big projects, so smaller ones like flowers or baby items make it so much easier to learn and get the “instant” gratification. And, as I said earlier, bite-sized patterns like this help you learn new techniques and skills without committing to something that’ll eat up your time.

The second thing I like to recommend is a set of really good crochet hooks. Now, this doesn’t mean you have to shell out a ton of money to get top-of-the-line hooks, but it is important to work with quality tools. These are my favorite crochet hooks and the ones I reach for every day. Ever since I got my hands on these, I’ve been able to crochet for longer periods of time, I’ve seen improvements in my crocheting, and I’ve made some money off them because I make so many things as customs orders now. They’re durable, comfortable, inexpensive and they even come in a handy case! I did a full review of these hooks if you want more information about them. Also,i f you’re interested in what else I use for crochet and knitting, I have a whole page dedicated to my tools which you can read here.

You can also get The Beginner’s Guide to Crochet ebook, or check out the Crochet 101 Series to help you get started! Thanks for reading, and I’ll see you all soon 🙂


  • Gail ADAMS

    I came across your site and what a wonderful delight when I got here. I subscribed to your newsletter and can’t wait to see what’s in there. Thank you for the patterns.

    • Thank you, Gail! I’m so happy to have you here 🙂 The newsletters go out every Saturday and are full of great stuff!

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  • I love making flowers with crochet, it’s such a perfect match! Thanks for putting this collection together.

    • No problem, Julie! Flower are one of my favorite things to make too 🙂

  • Dawn

    Trying to subscribe to your blog, so I can downloadan eBook. I haven’t received the email.

    • Hi Dawn, if you signed up using the bar at the top of the page, it may take up to 30 minutes before the email is sent. I can see that you subscribed, though, so just hang on!

  • Liza

    Love the flowers.Trying to make them for my grandkids.

    • Aw, how sweet 🙂 Good luck! I’m sure they’ll love them!

  • Thanks!

  • Love all of these flowers! Thank you for sharing at Snickerdoodle Sunday! Pinned and tweeted 🙂

  • Jenny Guldin

    This whole collection is great! I like the lacy flowers and the crocodile stitch flower the most. Thanks for sharing all these patterns!

  • Thanks!

  • This is a fantastic collection. And the variety is so beautiful! Thanks so much for linking up to You're Gonna Love It! Pinning!

  • No problem! I've seen blankets made out of the Mollie flowers and they were amazing! Something to try

  • Glad you like! You too, Darlene 🙂

  • Thanks for sharing all the free flower patterns. I love the Mollie one.

  • Darlene Nemeth

    Great collection of flower patterns. Thanks. Have a great week, Darlene