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Seven Free Flower Crochet Patterns

July 23, 20140 Comments

  It’s time for more free flower patterns from Maggie’s Crochet! All of these projects are an easy skill level and can be used for a number of things, including bouquets, appliques, and more.  Follow the links below to see the pattern for each project, along with the suggested materials and a video tutorial. Most of […]

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Mini Daisy Free Crochet Pattern

July 23, 20140 Comments

I don’t know why, but daisies always make me smile. I hope this Mini Daisy Free Crochet Pattern makes you smile too! While there are many different kinds of daisies, this pattern mimics the common daisy, Bellis perennis.     This pattern was designed with Premier’s Afternoon Cotton yarn. Afternoon Cotton is a #2 weight, […]

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Camellia Rose Free Crochet Pattern

July 23, 20140 Comments

There are over one hundred different plants in the Camellia family with a variety of flower shapes and colors.     Our Camellia Rose free crochet pattern is rolled into a flower shape to mimic the Camellia shape. You can then either sew it in place or use a pearl-tipped pin to secure it.   […]

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Cabbage Rose Free Crochet Pattern

July 23, 20140 Comments

The Cabbage Rose was developed by Dutch rose breeders around the 17th century for its many, many petals. This Cabbage Rose free crochet pattern doesn’t have quite as many petals as the original flower, but it’s still a beautiful project.       Our sample was made with worsted weight yarn, such as Deborah Norville’s […]

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Pink Candle Flower Free Crochet Pattern

July 23, 20140 Comments

This Pink Candle Flower was designed to fit perfectly under a small votive candle. We recommend using a glass votive holder as pictured to avoid wax dripping on your flower. As always, please use caution when using an open flame around textiles and never leave lit candles unattended. Even if you never intend to light your candle, […]

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Two-Tone Carnation Free Crochet Pattern

July 23, 20140 Comments

This Two-Tone Carnation would make a beautiful bouquet! Carnations’ natural and original color is pink, but over time we have developed many more colors this flower can be grown in, so feel free to experiment with different color combinations.     Our sample was made with worsted weight yarn, such as Deborah Norville’s Everyday yarn, […]

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