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Crochet Flower Bouquet Pattern Free

Fiona Campion • May 23, 2023

There are 4 different crochet flower patterns that make up this free crochet flower bouquet pattern including a crochet daisy pattern, a crochet tulip, a sunny crochet sunflower and a beautiful rose too.

Crochet Flower Bouquet Pattern Free

Free Crochet Flower Bouquet Pattern 

You can create your own crochet flower bouquet with these free crochet flower patterns that I designed exclusively for Hobbycraft.


I am fortunate enough to be a Hobbycraft Artisan as part of my employment at the national retailer which utilizes my crochet skills as a specialist within my store. 


As part of my Artisan role, I host workshops inside the store and was also offered to opportunity to use one of their newest yarns to create these cute crochet flower patterns to create a crochet flower bouquet. 


I selected my favourite flowers to design and you can find the exclusive patterns linked below where they are available to see for free on the Hobbycraft Ideas Hub.

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Free Crochet Flower Patterns

There are 4 different crochet flower patterns that you can view for free:

  • Rose
  • Daisy
  • Tulip 
  • Sunflower


Just stitch up a couple of each and you'll have the most beautiful crochet bouquet of flowers.  Read on to find out more about the patterns and the link to view them on the Hobbycraft Website.

Crochet Rose Free Pattern

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner


Materials:

  • Size 3/DK Cotton or Cotton blend in red and green
  • I used Knitcraft Tiny Friends, 50% acrylic 50% cotton blend (25g, 72.5m)
  • C1 – Red
  • C2 - Bright Green
  • 3.5mm crochet hook
  • Floristry wire
  • Floristry Tape


Pattern Notes

This pattern is worked in 4 pieces; Rose, Back of Rose, Leaf and Stem

  • Rose is worked in turned rows
  • Back of rose and Leaf are worked in rounds.


Crochet Rose Free Pattern

Crochet Sunflower Free Pattern

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner


Materials

  • Size 3/DK Cotton or Cotton blend in dark brown, yellow and green
  • I used Knitcraft Tiny Friends, 50% acrylic 50% cotton blend (25g, 72.5m)
  • C1 – Dark Brown
  • C2 – Yellow
  • C3 - Green
  • 3.5mm crochet hook
  • Polyfil (toy stuffing)
  • dowel (30cm x 1.2cm)
  • Optional - floristry wire


Pattern Notes

This pattern is worked 4 pieces; Flower head, flower back, stem, and leaves which are then sewn together.

  • Flower head, flower back are worked in joined rounds.
  • Stem is worked in a continuous spiral, without joining the rounds. 
  • Leaves are worked in a row.


Free Crochet sunflower pattern

Free Crochet Daisy Pattern

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner


Materials

  • Size 3/DK Cotton or Cotton blend in yellow and white
  • I used Knitcraft Tiny Friends, 50% acrylic 50% cotton blend (25g, 72.5m)
  • C1 – Yellow (1m)
  • C2 – White (2m)
  • 4mm crochet hook
  • Floristry Wire
  • Floristry tape
  • Hot glue gun


Pattern Notes

  • Both the daily and the leaf pattern is worked in joined rounds.


Free crochet daisy pattern

Free Crochet Tulip Pattern

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner


Materials

Size 3/DK Cotton or Cotton blend in light purple and green

  • I used Knitcraft Tiny Friends, 50% acrylic 50% cotton blend (25g, 72.5m)
  • C1 – Lavender
  • C2 – Bright Green
  • 3.5mm crochet hook
  • Floristry Wire
  • Floristry tape


Pattern Notes

  • This pattern is worked in Rows, worked around both sides of the chain to create 6 petals that are sewn together to create the tulip head and 1 leaf which is attached to the stem
  • The stem is created by wrapping floristry wire with tape.


Free crochet tulip pattern

You can view all the written patterns to create your own crochet flower bouquet over on the Hobbycraft Ideas Hub - simply click the button to view the patterns

View the Flower Patterns

Don't forget to tag me in a photo on your social media @cosyrosieuk so I can see your crochet flowers in all their glory!


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About the Autor

Hi, I'm Fiona, the hands behind Cosy Rosie Crochet - the place to learn to crochet as you make! 


With over four years of hands-on experience leading in-person crochet workshops since 2018 and designing and publishing my own patterns since 2019, I bring a wealth of expertise of sharing crochet techniques.....

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