50 Free Crochet Patterns for Flowers and Bows!

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I love embellishments and there are so many options available!

For this week’s Free Crochet Pattern Friday I have curated 50 (no typo there!) fifty free crochet patterns for flowers and bows.

I hope you enjoy the links and remember if you want to be included in the Free Crochet Pattern Friday Round Up Pinnable image I need your permission to include your photos!

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50 free crochet pattern links FCPF flowers and bows

1. Dahlia Flower – Kinga (My Hobby Is Crochet)
2. Treble Bow Clare Sullivan (BOBWILSON123)
3. My Daisy – Corina Gray (Stitch 11)
4. Easter Lily – Tamara Kelly (Moogly)
5. Picot Flowers and Leaf – Jessie Rayot – (JessieAtHome)
6. Simple Crochet Flower – Debi Dearest (Dearest Debi Blog)
7. Rose – Kara Gunza (Petals to Picots)
8. Crochet Bow Pattern – Katy (KT and the Squid)
9. Star Flower Puffs – “e” Lee (The Crochet Lounge)
10. Fast and Fun Flower – Heidi Yates (Snappy Tots)
11. Simple Crochet Flower – Dedri U (Look at What I Made)
12. La Fleur Petite – Lorene Haythorn Eppolite (Cre8tion Crochet)
13. Flower and Headband – Celina Lane (Simply Collectible Crochet)
14. Crochet Flower {Carnation} – Lauren Brown (Daisy Cottage Designs)
15. Easter Basket with Daffodils – Vanja (AmigurumiBB)

and for your browsing pleasure:

16. Flowers in the Wild by Marilyn Smith (Evanescence)
17. Flower Bookmark by Annemaries Haakblog
18. Flowers and Butterflies Crochet Pattern by Teri Crews
19. Flowers with Leaves by docksjö
20. Flower-doodle by Nellas April
21. Flower applique by Vendula Maderska
22. Flower & Leafs by Carolina Guzman (One and Two Company)
23. Colorado Columbine Flower by Jennie Claver
24. Simple Crochet Flowers by Linda Permann
25. Flower Necklace Hawaiian Dream by Myhobbyiscrochet
26. Spring Flower Garland by A Hermit’s Wish
27. Crochet flowers by Carmen Heffernan
28. Crochet Flower by Annemaries Haakblog
29. Popcorn Stitch Flower by B.hooked Crochet
30. Gratitude Flower by Bonita Patterns
31. Pansy Crochet Flower by Little Monkeys Crochet
32. Red Shield Appeal Flower by Karin Sabine
33. Cute Little Flower by Tanya Beliak
34. Mix and Match Flowers by Sandra Paul
35. Beginner Flower by Kat Goldin
36. Fluffy Flower by Eclectic Crochet by Roxy
37. Iris Flower Pattern by Camelia Shanahan **Meli Bondre’s Collection has MANY beautiful flowers**
38. Autumn Berry Flower by Jenny Dickens
39. Five Petal Daisy Free Crochet Pattern by Flower Girl Cottage
40. Super Simple Crochet Bows by Adaiha Covington
41. Pretty Pretty Bow by Erin Burger
42. Easy crochet bow by Jess@craftiness
43. Applique Ribbon Bow by jkwdesigns
44. Pin Up Girl Bow by Heather Pierce
45. Oval Bow by Diva Stitches Crochet
46. Quick and easy bow’s by Teri Mitchell
47. Bow Hairclip by Manda Nicole
48. Chunky Bobble Bows by Emma Escott
49. Bow Brooch by Amanda Ryan
50. Bow or Bow Tie Pattern by Lauren Brown (Daisy Cottage Designs)

Bonus Patterns 🙂 (I just could not stop at 50!)

51. Flower Motif and Leaves by Patterns for Crochet UK
52. Layered Ruffle Flower – Jennifer (Fiber Flux)
53. One Round Flowers – Jennifer (Fiber Flux)
54. Button Flowers – Jennifer (Fiber Flux)
55. Crochet Remembrance Poppies – Rebeckah’s Treasures
56. Daisy Flower – Sarah (Repeat Crafter Me)

 

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16 Comments

  1. Hi Maria, I’m sorry you feel this way. I cannot include photos in my posts without permission from the Designer/Photographer. Rather than limit the options available I include links for other patterns which are equally lovely but which I do not have permission to share the photos from. I hope you feel inspired enough to click the links 🙂 They are lovely Designs! Rhondda

  2. You should put photos for all the patterns, otherwise people won’t be inspired to click the links.

  3. I love this post. It takes hours to browse through different sites. This makes it so convenient 🙂

  4. I love the flowers. I wanted to make a bouquet for my mom but see so many things I want to try first.

  5. Another great list which helps me to improve my ability in understanding and making new things – I am very greatful – thank you, Rhondda!

  6. What a great list! Thanks for taking the time to do all this–and for including my bow pattern! 🙂