42 Easy Crochet Flowers for Beginners
Learn how to crochet a flower by following any of the wonderful (easy!) tutorials in this collection.
Whether the temperatures outside are super cold or blisteringly hot, you can always brighten your space with flowers! Crochet flowers, that is.
The projects in our collection of easy crochet flowers for beginners will put a smile on anyone's face. Learn how to crochet flowers that you can group together in a bouquet or wear as embellishments. They're lovely to add to afghans, doilies, or even dishcloths! These projects are perfect for anyone who wants to develop their crochet skills.
Unlike real flowers, these free crochet flower patterns don't require upkeep, making them a fabulous crochet project to last for years to come. If you've ever wondered how to crochet flowers but weren't sure how to get started, these are the perfect beginner crochet patterns for you.
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The Easiest Crochet Flower Patterns for Beginners
If you're new to the world of free crochet flower patterns, don't be scared. Learn how to crochet flowers and discover just how easy it is to design your own blooms. Beginner patterns don't have to be boring, and these projects are so eye-catching and exciting. Find out how to crochet a flower but be careful - you might become addicted. Once you learn how to crochet flowers, you'll never want to purchase a bouquet ever again
Start here! These little buds are a great project to get your feet wet with working in the round.
These darling little flowers come together super easily and require just a touch of green for the leaves.
This design purposely includes a large hole in the center so you can use a button to affix it to a hat or other project if you'd like!
This flower may look challenging because of the cluster of beads in the center, but you actually sew those on after you're done working up the flower!
Perfect for beginners, this crocheted flower is easy to make and fun to turn into all kinds of embellishments and accessories.
This tutorial actually includes a bunch of different flower diesngs that are all easy and perfectly suited to beginners!
Learn a new stitch and create a dazzling flower with a cute button in the center!
Are cherry blossoms one of your favorite flowers? These bitty crochet projects are super fast to work up and look just darling when you add them to branches!
Celebrate warmer weather with this tropical design! String many together to make a lei to wear throughout summer.
This little flower includes just 3 rounds and it is so simple to make! Change colors or use all one color for an even simpler finished product.
Here's an easy pattern that also has a practical use! Decorate your table for summer with a cheerful new set of drink coasters!
These adorable loops are characteristic of daisies! Make a crocheted version with this easy tutorial.
Here's another very simple tutorial for making crocheted daisies.
Make this pretty flower with lots of loops for a perfect embellishment. It will pair nicely with a garment in a complementary color so the other color shows through.
Two rounds are all it takes to make this darling, very simple flower!
This lovely design is a more exaggerated version of the loopy crocheted daisy featured earlier.
Two rows makes one of the simplest flower designs out there, PERFECT for beginners!
Make a lovely little flower that's cute as a button! With the larger hole in the center, this flower can easily be added to a hat or scarf using a button.
Are you a visual learner? Learn three ways to make flowers! Change colors or use all one color if you'd prefer.
If black eyed susans are some of your favorite flowers, learn how to make this gorgeous crocheted version.
Are you familiar with the treble crochet stitch? Work up tall petals in a jiffy with this tutorial.
These chunky roses are too cute and would make a beautiful embellishment on a bulky winter scarf!
Though a larger flower than many we've shown in this beginner collection, once you master the repeat the pattern emerges and the flower is easier than you'd think!
Learn a new stitch and create a puffy textured flower that you just want to squish!
Puff stitches make this design a sturdy option with a nice amount of body.
This pretty rose is easier to make than you'd think! I love how it highlights the chain stitches.
Like the name says, this project works up in a jiffy! The petals come to a beautiful point and the bead in the center is a lovely touch.
Create a flower with nice layering when you follow this tutorial!
Here's another version of a crocodile stitch flower, this one featuring beautiful layers for added body.
This flower is so pretty! It looks like a mum or chrysanthemum.
This is a nice introduction to crocheting a flowr in two colors.
Though this flower is shown in two colors, feel free to just use one to get your feet wet with this technique!
This darling flower can be worked up leaving a long tail and turned into a bookmark!
Bring your petals to cute little points when you add picots to your crochet flowers.
Love dogwood flowrs? Learn how to make a yarn version with this tutorial.
Create a lovely flower with many eyelets so any complementary fabric will show through.
This loopy flower would be perfectly at home on a daughter's hat or jacket!
This simple design works up quick with big petals that just slightly overlap.
Create a star shaped flower when you learn how to crochet this lovely design!
This flower pairs the center of the artemis flower and the loops on the clio flower nicely.
Loops upon loops! This 3D flower is simply beautiful!
Though this flower looks complicated with all of its color changes and its larger size, we included it on the list because, once you master the basic technique, it's quite easy to create this design!