Quick Crochet Flowers are beautiful and oh-so-useful! They can be applied to clothing and accessories, used as pins, put in your hair, and so much more. Try adding a pin back, hair tie, or barrette to the back of them and then attach them in place of a bow on a wrapped present.
Here are the names and links to seven free Quick Crochet Flower patterns.
1) Spiraled Flower by Crochet Kim
I love the look of this swirly flower.
2) Rainbow Flower Scrubby Dishcloth by Moogly
OK, I know this is a dishcloth, however I think it would make an awesome applique as well!
3) Petite Little Flower With Leaves by Meladora’s Creations
“This Free Crochet pattern teaches you how to make a small cute petite flower that’s great for little beanies for babies.”
4) Pretty Petunia by Mama’s 2 Hands
“… During those cold days I was comforted by my hanging basket of miniature petunias that my sweet boys had gotten me for Mother’s day. They inspired me to create this little crocheted flower. “
5) Rosette and Leaf Tutorial by A Crocheted Simplicity
Here is a sweet little set of rosettes and leaves!
6) Sunflower Applique 2.0 by Eye Love Knots
“Last year, I designed the Sunflower Shawl, I used a basic floral applique pattern, but I wanted a more real looking sunflower with the texture in the center, so I went back to the drawing board, and came up with this Sunflower Applique 2.0 – 2.0 because it is an improved design.”
7) Flower Squared by Jessie At Home
“Flower squared came about when I was looking for a great flower for the Mother and Daughter hats I made a few weeks ago. I really couldn’t find one I wanted so I made one of my own!”
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