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Crochet flowers patterns

July 18, 2023 4 min read

Crochet flowers patterns - Secret Yarnery

Are you ready to unleash your creativity and bring a burst of floral beauty into your crochet projects? Look no further than the captivating world of crochet flowers! From delicate daisies to vibrant roses, the possibilities are endless. Whether you're a seasoned crocheter or just starting out, there's a crochet flower pattern waiting to be discovered.

With a range of crochet hook sizes at your fingertips, you'll be amazed at the stunning blooms you can create. So, are you ready to embrace the joy of crocheting flowers and add a touch of nature's charm to your creations? Let's embark on this blooming crochet adventure together!

In this blog, I'll share some of my favorite crochet flower patterns. I'll also discuss the different types of crochet hook sizes and how to choose the right one for your project. And I'll even answer some FAQs about crocheting flowers.

Let's get started!

What are Crochet Flower Patterns?
Crochet flower patterns are instructions that tell you how to crochet a specific type of flower. They typically include a list of materials, a step-by-step tutorial, and sometimes even a diagram.

There are crochet flower patterns for all skill levels, from beginner to advanced. And there are patterns for every type of flower you can imagine, from simple daisies to complex roses.

What are the Different Types of Crochet Hook Sizes?
The size of your crochet hook will affect the size of your stitches and the overall look of your flower. So it's important to choose the right crochet hook size for your project.

The most common crochet hook sizes are:

  • G (4.0 mm)
  • H (5.0 mm)
  • I (5.5 mm)
  • J (6.0 mm)

If you're not sure what size crochet hook to use, a good rule of thumb is to start with a smaller hook and work your way up until you get the desired size of stitches. Check the various hook sizes here.

How to Choose the Right Crochet Hook Size for Your Project

To choose the right crochet hook size for your project, you'll need to know the weight of your yarn. Yarn is typically classified by weight, with the most common weights being worsted, DK, and sport.

Once you know the weight of your yarn, you can look at the crochet hook size recommendations on the yarn label. The label will tell you what size crochet hook is best for creating the recommended gauge.


Q1: What are some of the most popular crochet flower patterns?

A1: Some of the most popular crochet flower patterns include:

  • Spring Crochet Flower Bouquet:Embrace the beauty of the season with a stunning bouquet of crocheted flowers. With our downloadable written pattern here, you'll have all the instructions you need to create your own blooming masterpiece. And to make it even easier, we have video tutorials available, the right-handed tutorial here and the left-handed tutorial here, ensuring everyone can follow along seamlessly.

  • Zinnia Crochet Flower Bouquet: This crochet bouquet is super easy to make, and is a beautiful decoration for any space! Using small amounts of yarn and basic crochet stitches, this gorgeous flower arrangement is perfect for any occasion! Access the written pattern here, the right handed video tutorial here, and the left one here
    • Ultimate Rose Bouquet:This is a great way to use up some leftover
      yarn. It's easy to crochet and makes a beautiful decoration for your home. You can even give it as a unique gift to someone special. Find the written pattern here, the right-handed video tutorial here, and the left one here
      • Crochet Flower Planter Box:This gorgeous planter box is perfect for adding a touch of whimsy and fun to any room! The colorful flowers are sure to put a smile on your face and add a pop of color to your decor. Get the easy-to-follow written pattern here, the right-handed video tutorial here, and the left one here
        • Crochet Daisy Flower Plant:This plant is a perfect way to bring sunshine into your home, this super easy pattern for beginners is a great way to add some color to your space. Follow along our written pattern here and watch the right-handed tutorial here If you are a leftie, we got you covered here.

        Q2: What are some of the best ways to use crochet flower patterns?

        A2: There are many ways to use crochet flower patterns. Here are a few ideas:

        • Use them to make appliques for clothing, accessories, or home décor.
        • Use them to make flowers for hair clips, barrettes, or headbands.
        • Use them to make flowers for jewelry or ornaments.
        • Use them to make flowers for greeting cards or other handmade gifts.

        Q3: Where can I find crochet flower patterns?

        A3: There are many places where you can find crochet flower patterns. Here are a few suggestions:

        • Follow Etsy shop here, where you'll get access to written flower crochet patterns.
        • Crochet pattern magazines
        • Crochet pattern books
        • Follow our website here to get access to our downloadable floral written patterns.

        I hope this blog post has inspired you to start crocheting flowers! With a few basic crochet hook sizes and a little bit of practice, you'll be able to create beautiful flowers that will add a touch of nature to any space. 

        Join our vibrant crochet community here, where you'll be part of a crochet family and grow your crochet skills. Subscribe to my channel here, where you'll get access to all our crochet tutorials, podcasts, and live chats.

        For more information on crochet flower patterns, please visit my website here.
        Thanks for reading!


        I am a crochet instructor with over 10 years of experience. I have written several crochet patterns. I am the founder of The Secret Yarnery, a website dedicated to crochet projects including crochet flower patterns. I hope you found this blog post helpful!

        Spring Crochet Flower Bouquet:

        Ultimate Rose Bouquet:

        Zinnia Crochet Flower Bouquet:

        Crochet Flower Planter Box:

        Crochet Daisy Flower Plant: