9 Pretty Crocheted Flowers to Add to Any Project ...

If you crochet and are into other crafts as well, you’ll have uses galore for these pretty crocheted flowers beyond your crochet projects. I have made similar crocheted flowers and sold them on Etsy, so I know you crafters love them for scrapbook pages, adorning dresses or sweaters, and for about anything else you can think of, as do I. Take a look at these pretty crocheted flowers courtesy of Lacy Crochet and try your hand at making some.

1. Quickie Flowers

These are quite simple, but oh so pretty crocheted flowers.

Ch 10, join into ring with sl st.
Round 1: ch 1, 14 dc in ring, sl st to join the round.

Round 2: *ch 10, skip 1 sc, sc in next ch* 6 times, ch 10, sk 1 sc, st st into next sc.

Round 3: sl st to 1st ch of ch-10, *ch 3, sl st into next ch* around the petal. Make the remaining 6 petals in the same way. Fasten off.

2. Same Pattern, Two Flowers

Just by changing the way you create the center, you can have a totally different flower, and put them together for extra greatness.

Empty Center Crochet Flower
Ch 5, join in ring with sl st.
Round 1: ch 1, *2 dc, sc in ring * 5 times, sl st into first ch-1 to join the round.

Round 2: ch 2, turn the flower to the wrong side and work into original ring, sc in between next 2 dc, ch 3, *sc in between next 2 dc, ch 3* 4 times, sl st into first sc to join the round. You should have five ch-3 loops on the wrong side of the flower.

Continue working on the right side of the flower into the ch-3 loops made in Round 2.
Round 3: ch 1, *5 dc in next ch-3 space, sc in next sc* 5 times.
Fasten off.

Closed Center Crochet Flower
Magic ring
Round 1: ch 1, *2 dc, sc in ring * 5 times, sl st into first ch-1 to join the round. Don’t pull the magic ring yet!

Round 2: ch 2, turn the flower to the wrong side and work into original ring, sc in between next 2 dc, ch 3, *sc in between next 2 dc, ch 3* 4 times, sl st into first sc to join the round. You should have five ch-3 loops on the wrong side of the flower. Pull the ring tightly!

Continue working on the right side of the flower into the ch-3 loops made in Round 2.
Round 3: ch 1, *5 dc in next ch-3 space, sc in next sc* 5 times.
Fasten off.

3. Okay, It’s a Leaf Not a Flower

Flowers need leaves, right? And these look super easy to make!
Ch 14 loosely.
Sc in 3rd ch from hook, hdc in next ch, 2 dc in next 2 ch, 2 tr in next ch, 2dtr in next ch, 2 tr in next ch, 2 dc in next 2 ch, hdc in next ch, sc in next ch, 2 sc in last ch.
Continue along the other side of the starting chain:
Sc in next sc, hdc in next ch, 2 dc in next 2 ch, 2 tr in next ch, 2dtr in next ch, 2 tr in next ch, 2 dc in next 2 ch, hdc in next ch, sc in next ch, sl st to join.
Fasten off.

4. Large Layered Flower

This one is super pretty, and probably my favorite.
We crochet 2 color of the yarn.
The first color: white
Round 1: ch 5 to form a circle.

Round 2: 15 sc in the circle, 1 slst.

Round 3: ch 5, 1dc, (ch 3, 1dc) 7 times, ch 3, 1 slst in the third chain of the first 5 chain.

Round 4: (crochet in the first 3ch: sc1, 1 hdc, 3dc, 1hdc, 1sc), crochet the same with next 3 chain … until finish this round, 1 slst.

Round 5: ch 7, 1 hdc in the middle of the 2 single crochet stitches, (ch 5, 1 hdc in the middle of the next 2 single crochet stitches) 7 times, ch 5, 1 slst in the second chain of the first 7 chain.

Round 6: (crochet with the first 5 chain: 1 sc, 1 hdc, 2dc, 5tr, 2dc, 1hdc, 1sc), crochet the same with next 5 chain … until finish this round, 1 slst.

Round 7: ch 9, 1 hdc in the middle of the 2 single crochet stitches, (ch 7, 1 hdc in the middle of the next 2 single crochet stitches) 7 times, ch 7, 1 slst in the second chain of the first 9 chain.

Round 8: (crochet with the first 7 chain: 1 sc, 1 hdc, 2dc, 7tr, 2dc, 1hdc, 1sc), crochet the same with next 7 chain … until finish this round, 1 slst.

The second color: purple.
Join purple yarn in the one double crochet on round 2
Round 9: (ch 3, 1 sc in the next dc) 7 times, ch3, 1 slst.

Round 10: the same round 4

Round 11: 3 ch, 1slst in the hdc below of round 5, (5ch, 1sc in the next hdc) 8 times, 1 slst.

Round 12: The same round 6.
Round 13: ch 3, 1slst in the hdc below of round 7, (7 ch, 1slst in the hdc below of round 7) 8 times, 1 slst.

Round 14: The same round 8.

5. Hydrangea Flowers

This pattern is posted on Lacy Crochet but comes courtesy of Melibondre.com. I love hydrangeas so I’m definitely making some of these.

Crochet Pattern
dtr (double treble = Yarn over hook three times)
trtr (treble treble, or triple treble = Yarn over hook four times)
Crochet Hydrangea Flower (style 1) – 2pcs.
Start: using 2mm hook and color A or B make 1ch, and 1 clone knot
R1: make 3ch, join in ring with sl st keeping the knot in the middle of the ring, 1ch
R2: make 2sc in each ch = 6sc, join with sl st, 1ch
R3: (1sc, 7ch, 6 dtr cluster, 1picot, 7ch, 1sc in next sc) x 3 = 3 petals.
Crochet Hydrangeas Flower (style 2) – 3pcs.
Start: using 2mm hook and color A or B make 1ch, and 1 clone knot
R1: make 4ch, join in ring with sl st keeping the knot in the middle of the ring, 1ch
R2: make 8sc in the ring, join with sl st, 1ch
R3: (1sc, 8ch, 6 trtr cluster, 1picot, 8ch, 1sc in next sc) x 4 = 4 petals.

6. Easy Four-Petal Flower

These are really sweet flowers. I could see a cluster on a sweater, almost like a broach. How pretty would that be?

Ch 5, join with a slip stitch to make a ring.
*Ch 3, 2 tr in ring, ch 3, sc in ring* repeat from * three times. Fasten off.

7. Daisies

Who doesn’t love daisies? These are adorable little flowers.
Ch 7, sl st in first ch to form a ring.
Round 1: 12 sc in ring; sl st to 1st sc at beginning of round.

Round 2: Into front loop of each sc work (sc, ch 7, sc) 12 times; sl st to 1st sc to close.

Round 3: Into back loop of each sc of Round 1 work (sc, ch 9, sc) 12 times; sl st to 1st sc. Fasten off.

8. Yellow Rose

I’m intrigued by this pattern, as I’ve never see one like it before. I can’t wait to try it myself!

Start with chain 53.
Double crochet in third chain from the hook. Double crochet in every following chain. Turn.

Single crochet in next space. Double crochet 5 in next space. Single crochet in next space. Double crochet 5 in next space. Repeat until the end of row.

Finish off but leave a yarn tail long enough to sew the flower together. Wave in the short yarn tail on the other end of the work. Use a tapestry needle. Little by little, roll the flower and stitch together.

9. Croco Flower

I really love these! Lacy Crochet posts these from Bonita Patterns, offering us this great flower, and I can see it used to adorn a sweater that needs a little something extra.

Designed by Lianka Azulay
Ch 7, join with sl st in first ch to form a ring.
Rnd 1: * ch 10, sl st in next ch, rep from * around, join with sl st in first ch – (7 ch-10 loops)

Rnd 2: [sc, hdc, 8 dc, ch 2, 8 dc, hdc, sc] in first ch-10 sp * [sc, hdc, 8 dc, ch 2, 8 dc, hdc, sc] in next ch-10 sp, rep from * around, join with sl st in first sc. Fasten off. – (7 petals)

Finishing: Attach a 1" button sewn through the center of the flower. You may also sew Croco-Flower on a brooch setting so it is removable. © Bonita Patterns

Let your imagine run with ideas for using these flowers. I think the possibilities are endless. While some may look like intimidating patterns, they really are simple patterns for even a crochet beginner. Be sure to share with your crocheting friends!

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