With their bright colors and fun shapes, flowers are a timeless favorite in art and design. This selection of crochet flower patterns offers a little bit of everything, from bouquets, to flower squares, to spa accessories, to cute and quirky wearables. You’ll find something to suit just about any niche or style.
These crochet flower patterns are hand-picked (no pun intended) because they are quick and easy to make, which saves you hours of labor and puts more money in your pocket. Whip up a whole bouquet to delight customers with a pop of color at warm-weather craft fairs. Or start now on a blanket or sweater–large items but made simply–to sell as large-ticket items this fall or winter.
Start Selling Crochet Online
If you’re a handmade seller looking for ready-to-market crochet patterns, you’ve come to the right place. But what about the business side of things? You want to sell your products on Etsy (or Ribbler or BigCommerce). But how can you make your Etsy shop stand out among the thousands?
If this sounds like you, head over to the Crochetpreneur blog, where I share 10 easy steps to get started selling your crocheted items online. You’ll learn some steps you can take today to refine your brand and optimize your online listings.
And now, the adorable flower patterns that you’ve been waiting for. Have a look and see which one you’re going to make first!
This Daffodil Throw Pillow pattern is easy to follow and results in a unique and eye-catching piece that will brighten up any room or patio! Using the corner to corner crochet method, you'll make your cushion much more quickly than if using traditional crochet!
Learn how straight forward corner to corner crochet is, with the Four Seasons Blanket pattern! C2c crochet makets Big projects a breeze! The panels in this blanket include: a flower, sun, leaf and snowflake, to represent each of the four seasons.
A love letter to blooming flowers, an ode to Spring's florals, a refreshing reminder of the brighter days ahead. The Fleur sweater is ready to peek through the surface and emerge from your hooks. The lace works up quick and the piece is constructed from 4 rectangles with minimal shaping.
When spring arrives with all the new colors of nature, it is time to get some flowers on our hooks. So, here are my free patterns for two cute crochet Daisy Flower Appliques to help you add some spring into your crochet life!
This is a modern version of granny square, it begin with a flower motif and then become a square. Choose your favorite colors and bring happiness and light into your living room with this festive flower blanket
We’d love to hear from you. Which of these flower patterns would complement your inventory? Comment, below, and tell us. Or share your customer-favorite crochet flower patterns, too!
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Recently, as the snows have finally eased and we’re starting to experience the beauty of spring, Kevin and I were talking about what we could possible do to cheer our neighbors who are still under “stay at home” orders. We considered baking cookies but then we had the idea to bring a little sunshine to their doors with the gift of spring…because April showers bring May flowers, of course!