Crochet flowers inspire creativity. You can
use them to personalize hats, bags, sweaters, and more. They are quick and easy
to whip up and a resourceful use of those luscious yarn scraps you just can't
bear to toss. I've been creating a bouquet's worth of these vibrant, blossoming
embellishments and they're just waiting to be attached to finished pieces.
Here we give you five patterns with
instructions for creating eight flowers plus a basic single crochet hat in four
sizes. Each pattern is perfect for beginner crocheters or experienced
crocheters looking for a quick project. You can work the patterns as they are
given or mix and match the flowers, embellishing your choice of projects, to
create your own unique masterpieces.
Crochet Flowers by Mags Kandis are a great way to use up those
little bits of left over luxury yarns. The possibilities are endless: use them
for bookmarks, key fobs, or to embellish a hat. Play with your favorite color
combinations for your own unique bouquet.
The Corsage in Bloom
by Christina Potter combines three thread crochet flowers to create wearable
embellishments. She provides instruction for combining these three flower
patterns to make either a choker or brooch.
The Primary Hat
by Toni Rexroat and Susan Hazel Rich provides instructions for a basic single
crochet hat in sizes from baby's to men's. The eye-catching peony flower is
created using four individual crocheted circles. You can vary the size of these
circles to modify the flower's size.
Posy by Heather Lodinsky is a simple, two-row flower perfect
for embellishment. Or play with joining rows of posies to create a scarf or
table runner. You can finish a handful of flowers in under an hour. This small
embellishment is the perfect project to learn how to crochet flowers.
Three colors combine to create the Starburst Flower by
Heather Lodinsky. This striking flower is a perfect project for leftover bits
of yarn. You can also work this easy flower in one color. Then let your imagination
decide what to embellish, from hats and scarves to garments and bags.
So gather up your leftover yarn and use it to
embellish your latest pieces. We hope you enjoy using these free crochet flower patterns to embellish your projects.
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