This pretty sunflower applique is perfect for appliqueing all things for the summer from bags to placemats, pillows and so much more!
Free Crochet Flower Patterns
Use these crochet flower appliques for baby hats, headbands, hair clips, keychains and so much more! Some of these can even be put into vases for a beautiful decoration.
Use up your leftover yarns to create a bunch of these colorful crochet flowers for when you need them.
Add a touch of summer fun to your home to welcome your guests in the front entrance or in any room of the home.
Use this beginner-friendly sunflower applique pattern to clean up your stash and to brighten up your home!
There are so many uses for a small flower pattern like this. Use it to applique, in card making or as a pretty bookmark!
This beautiful flower motif can be worked up with leftover yarns and used to embellish many things.
These pretty flowers are not only perfect for embellishing other items, but they are also a great way to use up leftover yarns.
This crochet flower applique pattern comes with lots of photos showing you step-by-step on how to make this.
These cheerful flower appliques are the perfect size to applique just about anything from hats to bags and baby blankets.
If you are looking for something quick, pretty and simple to make,then this is it.
The free Double Layered Picot Flower #1 is a very easy and quick crochet pattern.
This free four-round flower pattern is very easy and quick.
This free two-round Easy Crochet Wildflower Pattern works up very quickly.
This free crochet sunflower pattern is very easy and quick to make.
The free Double Layered Picot Flower #2 pattern is very easy and works up quickly.
This free crochet flower pattern is quick and effortless, it is exactly what you need for a personalized gift topper or a bag accessory.
This free crochet flower pattern is super easy and quick to make.
This free crochet flower pattern is very easy and quick to make.
This free crochet flower pattern is the perfect scrap yarn project and it is super easy and quick to make.
Create a stunning and lasting bouquet of Calla Lillies with this free crochet pattern.
This variety of colors goes to show just how cheerful and bright crocheted flowers can be.
These heart flowers are the perfect way to tell someone that you love them.
This Irish rose is not only beautiful, but with the step-by-step instructions you’ll have this whipped up in no time.
This cheerful summer flower pattern is available in two sizes, making it a great go-to pattern to embellish a wide variety of items.
These scrubbies are almost too pretty to use in the bath.
These cherry blossoms measure just under 2 inches, making them great for appliqueing anything from A to Z; especially in the spring.
You never have to worry about them wilting when you make this flower and can even be arranged with other types for an elaborate bouquet of beautiful, fresh crochet flowers that are always in bloom!
Quickly make a variety of 6 different flowers with this pattern. These flowers are great to decorate headbands, purses, and baskets.
Having a crochet bookmark is one of my favorite things to quickly make.
Here is an easy flower to felt and use for just about anything you like.
This dahlia flower is perfect for embellishing anything and everything from A to Z.
Add a touch of summer cheer to your favorite summer outfit. It’s great for the beach or with any summer dress or tank.
Enjoy this dahlia flower any which way that you like on hats, headbands and so much more!
This adorable flower pattern is shown in pink, but choose any colors you like.
Here is a quick and easy stashbuster flower for you to enjoy any which way that you like.
This pretty flower measures 5 inches across the points.
Celebrate spring and summer with this cheerful flower necklace.
Here is an adorable baby hat for both the boys and girls. It comes with a cute flower applique, but choose any applique you like if making it for the boys.
Add a touch of summer fun to your favorite outfit with these two gorgeous summer scarves.
The pattern for this flower provides instructions on how to get two flowers out of this pattern. One is a 3D as shown, while the other is smaller and lays flat.