25 Free Floral Crochet Patterns

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With so many beautiful types of flowers, they can provide an endless amount of inspiration and creativity. Today I’m sharing a round up of 25 floral themed crochet patterns containing bags, squares, scrubbies, coasters and more!

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Sweet Summer Sunflower BagCrochet 365 Knit Too
This beautiful bag is put together with 13 crocheted squares using your favourite worsted weight cotton yarn and 4mm hook. Special stitch tutorials are included in the easy to read pattern format.

Suzy Flower Face ScrubbiesSweet Bee Crochet
Using the suzette stitch, each face scrubbie takes less than 15 minutes to crochet and finishes with a cute floral appearance. Made with worsted weight cotton yarn and a 4mm, these little makes would be great for market prep or gift giving.

The Wildflowers LapghanMason Jar Yarn Designs
This gorgeous blanket is the perfect size for keeping cozy on road trips, spectating outdoor activities or keeping cozy on the sofa. Using a simple row repeat with DK weight yarn and a 6mm hook, this beautiful project will definitely be a conversation starter.

Crochet Flower Granny SquareBlue Star Crochet
Created for Granny Square Day, this pretty square motif features a cute flower in the centre. You can make this project with DK weight yarn and a 4mm crochet hook. As an added bonus, this pattern also included a video tutorial!

Floral Blooms Hand TowelA Crocheted Simplicity
This unique and beautiful floral hand towel is made with worsted weight cotton yarn and a 5mm hook. Step by step photos are also included within the pattern to help guide you along.

Crochet Flower BasketSimply Melanie Jane
How cute are these tulip inspired baskets? These would be perfect for keeping small items organized on your workspace or holding tasty treats as seen in the photo. Made with bulky weight yarn and a 6mm hook, this project will work up quickly with beautiful results.

Iris AppliqueGoldenLucyCrafts
I always look forward to the spring when my irises begin to grow and bloom. Being one of my favourite flowers, I have definitely added this motif to my project list. You can make this intermediate design using crochet cotton thread and a 1.8mm hook in your favourite floral colours.

Wildflower C2C SquareCrochet With Frankie Kate
This floral corner to corner square is part of a crochet along set but you can use this single block in a variety of ways. It makes a beautiful throw pillow as you can see in the photo below. This pattern comes in a chart form and requires worsted weight yarn and a 6mm hook.

Monstera Leaf Crochet Mug RugThe Loopy Lamb
This fun mug rug pattern uses tapestry crochet to create a really pretty design that would be perfect for any plant lover. You’ll need worsted weight cotton yarn and a 3.5mm hook to work up this neat and practical pattern.

Wildflowers ShawlRich Textures Crochet
This light and lacy shawl works up beautiful with fingering weight yarn and a 3.75mm crochet hook. Special stitch explanations are included as well as a video tutorial.

Crochet Sunflower CoasterDesert Blossom Crafts
A quick 20 minute project, this beautiful sunflower coaster looks gorgeous in the rich shades of mustard yellow and dark brown. Use it to project your table tops from warm/cold drinks or even underneath a plant pot. You’ll need worsted weight yarn and a 4.5mm hook for this speedy pattern.

Tulips PotholderRaffamusa Designs
Another tapestry based project is this functional tulip themed potholder. With a rustic, farmhouse vibe, this design would look great in any shades to match your kitchen decor. You will need worsted weight cotton yarn and a 3.5mm hook to make this spring inspired project.

Bloom PillowAnnie Design Crochet
This pretty project will work up to a 17 inch square and looks light and lovely as a spring/summer inspired throw pillow cover. The pattern calls for DK weight yarn and a 3.5mm hook hook. You’ll find the simple instructions for both the square and various flower motifs.

The Sunflower SquareSunflower Cottage Crochet
Using a 5mm hook and worsted weight yarn, this corner to corner (C2C) pattern is presented in a chart format. As part of a crochet along, this square on its own has many creative possibilities! What would you use your sunflower square for?

Bloom HeadbandBanana Moon Studio
This unique and happy pattern provides the details to make four different types of flowers along with instructions on stitching them into an elastic headband. How sweet this project would be for a summer festival!

Crochet Tulip Stitch Afghan SquareOombawka Design Crochet
The tulip stitch is such a pretty stitch with a clear tulip definition throughout each row. This tutorial will teach you how to make a square in multiple sizes and contains simple, easy to read instructions. Special stitch tutorials and labeled step by step photos are also included.

A Cup Of Sunshine Crochet CoastersCrochet With Gabriella Rose
Add some bright, summery vibes to your home with these colourful coasters. Great for inside or on the deck/patio during those lazy summer days when you’re enjoying some sun. This pattern calls for worsted weight cotton yarn and a 3.5mm hook.

Starflower BookmarkAccrochet
Grab some sport weight yarn to make this quick stash buster project for the book lover in your life! This pattern will certainly work up quickly and make an ideal gift for book club buddies!

Spring Blossom Crochet NecklaceThe Crafty Therapist
Add to your warm weather wardrobe with a floral crochet necklace! This pattern includes a video tutorial that provides tips on working with beads in your crochet. You could make a necklace to match every outfit!

Crochet Flower Heart WreathMeladoras Creations
Learn how to make a crochet flower wreath for your space with this helpful walkthrough. There are so many possibilities for colour combinations with the roses so you can personalize this wreath to the shades of your preference.

Crochet Flower Face ScrubbiesMade By Gootie
Crochet face scrubbies are always such a classic and practical project and gift option. This pattern is quite simple with only 4 rounds to crochet. The lovely scalloped edge provides a pretty, floral finishing touch.

Flora Dish ClothsGreen Fox Farms Designs
This post contains two patterns for the Flora Dish Cloth, one round and one square. How cute would a set of these be for a house warming or party host gift? A special stitch tutorial for the puff stitch is included within the pattern notes.

Floral Hoop EarringsEyeLoveKnots
Another great option for outdoor concerts and festivals are these pretty floral earrings. Using crochet thread and a 2.35mm hook, a pair of these earrings can be made within 30 minutes. Clear photos showing various steps of the process can also be found within the pattern.

Mehr ShawlKnitterKnotter
If you’re looking for a beautiful, lightweight and lacy design is perfect for those chilly spring and summer evenings. Using a 3.5mm hook and fingering weight yarn, this pattern includes a video tutorial, chart and written walkthough.

Crochet Wall HangingEsraariyad Designs, hosted by Fosbas Designs
This daisy inspired wall hanging has such beautiful detail and would certainly had a gorgeous handmade touch into your home. It is presented as a chart with written row details as well. Materials include sport weight yarn and a 3.5mm crochet hook.

Thank you for checking out this amazing collection of floral themed crochet patterns. I hope it has left you feeling inspired! Please consider saving this post to your favourite crochet Pinterest board or sharing it with your crafty friends! Don’t forget to give the lovely makers above a tag if you crochet their designs, I know they would love to see your makes.

Happy Crocheting!

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