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Five More Free Flower Patterns

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  This week, we are pleased to present five free flower patterns, designed by Carol Ballard. These flowers can be worked with any weight of yarn. Finer weights will create a smaller flower, and

Hydrangea – Free Crochet Pattern

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  Hydrangea bushes are usually recognized by their large, round flowers. These flowers come in a variety of blues and pinks depending on the acidity of your soil.     Our hydrangea pattern utilizes

Columbine Flower – Free Crochet Pattern

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  Aquilegia – often known as Granny’s Bonnet or Columbine –  gets its name from aquila, the Latin word for eagle, since its petals are said to resemble an eagle’s claw.     Columbines are

Cactus Flower – Free Crochet Pattern

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  Many species of cacti produce blooms in the spring – this pattern is designed to mimic the flower of the Barrel Cactus, found in the deserts of the USA’s southwest.      

Button Poppy – Free Crochet Pattern

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  Poppies have become a rather famous flower for its many uses and symbolism.  I can never think of poppies without thinking of The Wizard of Oz, while others may more commonly associate them

Aster Flower – Free Crochet Pattern

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  This flower may look like a daisy, but daisies are only one flower in the family of asters. Most share a similar shape, having many long and skinny petals.     Our Aster

Trillium Flower – Free Crochet Pattern

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The Trillium flower is found in many northern states and parts of Canada. The Great White Trillium is the official flower of Ontario and the official wildflower of Ohio. Trilliums are commonly white, pink,

Dutch Iris – Free Crochet Pattern

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  The Dutch Iris is a hybrid of several other types of irises.  Over time, its color range has increased and now includes blues, purples, white, and yellows.     Our Dutch Iris pattern

Five Free Flower Crochet Patterns

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This week, we are pleased to present five free flower patterns, designed by Carol Ballard. These flowers can be worked with any weight of yarn. Finer weights will create a smaller flower, and bulkier

Elephant Ears Flower – Free Crochet Pattern

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  Some people are surprised to hear that the popular Elephant Ears plant has flowers! Not all species bloom, and when one does, its flowers are often hidden by its giant leaves. You can

Pink Magnolia – Free Crochet Pattern

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    Did you know the magnolia is the state flower of both Louisiana and Mississippi? These beautiful flowers are most often seen in shades of white and pink.     Our Pink Magnolia

Primrose – Free Crochet Pattern

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  Primula vulgaris is the scientific name for the common or English primrose, native to southwest Europe. In the wild, these flowers are typically a pale yellow, white, or pink color. The darker pink

Five Free Flower Crochet Patterns

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      This week, we are pleased to offer five free flower patterns. Follow the links below to see the pattern for each project, along with the suggested materials and a video tutorial. Most of

Chrysanthemum – Free Crochet Pattern

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  Did you know Chrysanthemums are used in some insect repellents? A few bushes strategically placed around your garden or backyard may help control pests!     Chrysanthemums are another beautiful flower that come

Gerbera Daisy – Free Crochet Pattern

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  Gerbera Daisies are the fun little flower we know and love in so many more colors! You’ll mostly see reds, pink, oranges, and yellows naturally, but this flower looks great in any color!  

Orange & Yellow Daffodil – Free Crochet Pattern

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  Did you know daffodils come in a variety of colors, not just plain yellow? They can range from white to yellow to orange with multiple combinations of colors.     This daffodil pattern

Daffodil – Free Crochet Pattern

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  Daffodils have always been my personal signal for the beginning of spring. They tend to come a little early here in North Carolina and sometimes get a little frost nipped before they bloom,

Poinsettia – Free Crochet Pattern

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  Poinsettia are often associated with Fall and Christmas, but their beautiful red color can be enjoyed all year round with this Poinsettia pattern. Did you know that the “petals” of the Poinsettia are

Seven Free Flower Crochet Patterns

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  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

Mini Daisy Free Crochet Pattern

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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

Camellia Rose Free Crochet Pattern

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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

Cabbage Rose Free Crochet Pattern

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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,

Pink Candle Flower Free Crochet Pattern

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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

Two-Tone Carnation Free Crochet Pattern

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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

Vickie’s Small Flower Free Crochet Pattern

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Vickie is one of our fabulous crocheters. She often helps us come up with new ideas for patterns, including this Small Flower. It’s a cute and simple design that you’re sure to love!    

Wild Rose Free Crochet Pattern

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This Wild Rose crochet pattern is a beautiful and simple flower that can be used for nearly any application, from creating a beautiful bouquet to a cute applique for a little girl’s dress.  

Enchant Flowers Flower Free Crochet Pattern

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This Enchant Flowers flower accessory looks a bit like a burst of fireworks, doesn’t it? Americans began observing Independence Day with fireworks in 1777 when the first-ever major celebration was held in Philadelphia. That