The wonderful thing about crochet is being able to create wonderful shapes and structures with just a hook and ball of yarn in hand. Everybody loves flowers, and what better way to keep these beautiful plants from wilting than by making them last forever – in woolly form! Browse our top pattern finds, be inspired and take your pick for your next project.
A beautiful bunch
Make roses, gerberas and daffodils with Tracey Todhunter’s fantastic design, to whip up a larger bouquet that will impress every time. Get our free pattern here.
Alexandra Smith of Lola Nova blog shows us how to make a host of fancy flower frames to adorn our walls. Get the free pattern here.
Come up roses
A truly beautiful blanket designed by Heidi of Sewing Daisies blog, it incorporates pretty rose motifs that are inspired by babushka dolls. Get the free pattern here.
Use up those small scraps of yarn in your stash to create a collection of pretty flowers. You can then join them together to make a fabulous neckpiece. Get our free pattern here.
These adorable mini flowers by Maartje of Silly Old Suitcase blog will come in useful for all manner of crochet projects. See how she uses them to fashion a length of flower bunting! Get the free pattern here.
Make a lovely 3D motif that you can attach to knackered homewares like old cushions, to breathe new life into them. Get our free pattern here.
There’s no denying that this bright wedding bouquet is stunning, created by blogger Maize Hutton! It’s made completely of crocheted flowers, and will also stand the test of time and serve as a beautiful wedding memento. Get the free pattern here.
The perfect finishing touch to plain cardies or perfect for securing scarves together, this brooch is ideal for pepping up your wardrobe. Get our free pattern here.
Here, Sara Rivka of Creative Jewish Mom blog shares her pretty crochet pattern for this floral medallion stool cover. Get the free pattern here.
This stunning project by designer Susie Johns really does prove that wreaths aren’t just for Christmas – they can be used all year round to brighten up doors! This one’s sure to make passers-by stop and smile. Get our free pattern here.