Why give real flowers when you can give crochet flowers, which will last forever. With Valentine’s Day and Mother’s Day not far away we thought you’d enjoy learning how to crochet some realistic looking flowers.
There’s also a growing trend for hospitals to ask visitors not to bring in bouquets of flowers due to the additional time they need to spend changing water etc These crochet flowers would not need any further looking after, problem solved!
Have you heard of Laura Eccleston of Happy Berry Crochet? If not, you must head over to her blog to have a look around, it is packed full of gorgeous crochet tutorials including the 3 stunning crochet flower tutorials we have shared below.
We’d love to see your crochet bouquets! Share any you make on our Facebook wall.
We’ve created a Pinterest board where we will be adding more crochet flower tutorials, and inspiration for making crochet flowers, it’s embedded at the end of this post so do take a look. If you know of any crochet flower tutorials, or perhaps you have written a tutorial yourself, do let us know!
Crochet Tulip Pattern
We love the look of these beautiful crochet tulips, it’s very clever how Laura has managed to achieve the perfect tulip shape.
Crochet Daffodil Pattern
These crochet daffodils would be perfect for Mother’s day or if you have any Welsh friends you could make them a daffodil for St David’s day!
Crochet Rose Pattern
Or perhaps you could make yourself a dozen red crochet roses for Valentine’s day – why wait for someone else to buy them!
Once again Laura has made a really easy to follow video for making this crochet rose so you can crochet along with her step by step.