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61 Printable Flower Patterns



Plastic Cup Flowers Printable Flower PatternsWith these 61 Printable Flower Patterns, you can learn how to make fabric flowers, find free crochet flower patterns, make paper flowers, and more. Flowers can be pricey. Whether you need a bouquet for Mother's Day or centerpieces for a wedding, making your own flowers is a frugal option.

Since homemade flowers are so chic, you can be trendy and thrifty at the same time with these printable flower patterns. The best part about these templates is that anyone can use them. Crocheters, sewing enthusiasts, and paper crafters alike will enjoy these free flower patterns.


61 Printable Flower Patterns

61 Printable Flower Patterns
Table of Contents

Free Crochet Flower Patterns

Paper Flower Patterns

Fabric Flowers Patterns

Flower Video Tutorials

More Free Printable Patterns for Flowers

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17 Flower Craft Ideas: How to Make Paper Flowers, Easy Fabric Flowers and more: Printable Flower Patterns


The great tutorials in our free eBook 17 Flower Craft Ideas: How to Make Paper Flowers, Easy Fabric Flowers and More will teach you how to make paper flowers as well as how to make fabric flowers. You can decorate your space with these lovely flowers any time of year. Add some brightness and cheer to your life even on the coldest days - no water required.






Free Crochet Flower Patterns

If you want a quick crochet project or to use up scrap yarn, try one of these pretty printable flower patterns. Crochet flowers make super cute embellishments for bags, clothing, and hair accessories. Plus, you can spruce them up with beads and other fun accents to make them one of a kind. These free printable flower patterns allow you to to practice new stitches without committing to big projects.


Paper Flower Patterns

Paper is one crafting supply that almost everyone has on hand at any given time. Scrap paper, tissue paper, crepe paper, and even coffee filters can be put to use as you learn how to make paper flowers. These paper crafts range from chic and simple to elaborate and bold, so you can find a pattern to suit any occasion. Paper flowers are great projects for weddings, Mother's Day, Valentine's Day, and more. Save these free printable flower patterns and whip up some delicate paper blooms the next time you host a party.


Fabric Flowers Patterns

Making fabric flowers out of fabric doesn't have to be difficult. Sure, some of the flowers patterns listed here are sewing projects, but FaveCrafts also has a variety of DIY fabric flowers that don't involve a needle and thread. Raid your house for discarded clothing and other fabric scraps. You can learn how to make a fabric flower that will brighten your home. You can also use these flowers to embellish clothing, accessories, handmade cards, and more. These fabric flowers look super cute when you wear them in your hair, too.




This collection of 21 Free Crochet Flower Patterns will help you to create just about any flower. Make your own bouquet and give it to someone you love - it's a great gift idea. Flower patterns are a great option for new crocheters or anyone who wants to stretch their skills. Step outside the box (or the granny square) and start working on one of these free crochet patterns today.





Flower Video Tutorials

Mix up your crafting routine with some of these video tutorials. You can watch craft experts in action as they teach you how to make flower embellishments from almost any medium. There are instructions to make paper flowers, coffee filter flowers, fabric flowers patterns, and more.  Sometimes it's easier to make a project if you're following along with a video, so get ready to watch and learn from the professionals.


  Roses, Ribbon & Chain Bib Necklace Printable Flower Patterns

Who doesn't love the look of free printable patterns on a cold winter day? The projects featured in 15 Fabric Flowers to Make + 3 New Unexpected Ideas are both diverse and eye-catching. You can make one or create an entire bouquet - the choice is yours. No matter what you choose to do, you know that these printable flower patterns will make you and everyone else smile all year long. Just be aware - once you learn how to make one fabric flower, you may want to design an entire garden's worth of florals.




More Free Printable Patterns for Flowers

Think you've seen the best free printable flower patterns we have to offer? Think again! These free flower crochet patterns, paper projects, and recycled crafts will keep you busy all year long. Even if the weather outside is frightful, you can find plenty of free printable patterns to enjoy. Feast your eyes on these patterns for crochet, fabric, and clay flowers. Create a bouquet to dress up your living space or make a single flower to wear. No matter what, your mood is sure to lighten when you make one of these gorgeous floral crafts.


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Thank you for all the types of flowers. I am having a hard time getting to the Acnite Flower. The link goes to this web site but not the flower pattern. Just curious if you could help. Thanks again for all the flowers!!!

Sorry, the Acnite Flower is a new Crochet pattern.

Instead of copy/pasting ALL the patterns,into WORD...or whatever, just pick the ones you know your going to use. That's what I do. Then if I want to make a pattern,I print it off right from WORD...then add it to a folder that has plastic sleeves inside.

May I say, why don't you ladies just save this page to a flash drive with an appropriate title and you can some back and print whatever you need, whenever you need but they will all be there for you. Doing this will free-up your space on the pc and save on unwanted printing. Let's be honest, do we really use all the patterns we print out. Seriously though, flashdrives are so inexpensive and my pc is not over loaded with my crat etc. stuff, and it's portable. If you want to take it to a friends to show them patterns you can do that. I'm just thankful we have this site here. Have a good one!

I was really hoping that by Printable, it meant that these were converted to the PDF format. Right now I am copying each pattern into Word, adjusting the layout to minimize paper usage and then saving in PDF format to minimize memory usage, which means I have to save to both and delete the Word Doc. Urgh! :( Maybe you need me to do it for you. I am really good now. I have had lots of practice. :)

Obviously I am not the only one who has this idea. I just put it a little more succinctly. lol Wrote the above before the other comments were displayed.

I would like to see thes patterns period.

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I, too would love to see these 37 flower patterns as an e-book.

Love the e-book idea. I download a lot of their e-books. Though I do delete some of the pages before printing them, including ideas I know I will never use. Ink and paper are too expensive not to do this.

I totally agree with JMitchell. e-books are far superior to all the cutting, pasting and editing needed to get all 37 patterns together.

I love all the flower ideas that you on your site. I was wondering if you would consider making them into a eBook? I am 100% disabled and I can make many of the flowers you have her but my ability to stay on the computer is limited. It would be great to have them all in a downloadable ebook so that I could then just print the whole book out and put together so I could do the crafts when I am unable to be on the computer. Thanks for thinking about it. Jackie S


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