Crochet Flower Pattern Blooming Spring Flower

If you’re looking for a great warm weather crochet pattern, then this Spring flower design is it! You can make this simple crochet flower today that is perfect for spring! I love spring and the warm weather it brings. To celebrate I designed a new crochet flower pattern, more specifically a blooming spring flower that can be added on to almost any project.

Crochet Flower with center

The Yarn that’s Perfect for This Crochet Flower Pattern!

To make my flower design, I used Red Heart Soft Yarn, but you could easily substitute any medium #4 weight yarn in its place or even cotton yarn!

Red Heart Soft is a great extra cozy yarn that I’ve used before in this color blocked blanket pattern I designed a few years ago. I also used Lion Brand baby Soft for the center of the flower which is a nice easy to use yarn.

You’ll love them both so be sure to give it a try.

Make Garland or More With These Flowers!

When you look at this flower, can’t you just imagine a couple of these strung together as garland? I could even see them attached to floral wire to make a decorative flower or attached to a floppy crochet hat for Easter!

If you can think of anything else to add them to be sure to leave a comment.

Blooming Spring Flower : Crochet Pattern || Easy Crochet

Ready to Get Started on This Easy Crochet Flower?

If you think you are ready to start crocheting, then read on down for the FREE crochet flower pattern and…Happy Crocheting!

Simple Crochet Spring Flower Pattern

Blooming Spring Flower Pattern

Skill Level: Easy

Materials

  • Crochet hook size J 6 mm
  • Worsted weight yarn (4) I used Red Heart Soft in Sea Foam for the main part of the flower and Lion Brand Baby Soft in Pastel Blue for the center.
  • Yarn needle
  • Scissors

Notes

  • Finished flower size is approximately 4″ x 4″
  • Skill level is advanced beginner

The Easy Spring Flower Crochet Pattern

First:

Chain 2 with Red Heart in Deep Sea

Round 1:

12 single crochets in 2nd chain from the hook, slip stitch to top of first single crochet. (12)

Round 2:

* chain 8, single crochet in 2nd chain from hook and in next 6 stitches (7 single crochets), slip stitch in next single crochet in the back loop only, repeat from * for a total of 12 petals.

Blooming Spring Flower : Crochet Pattern || Easy Crochet

Round 3:

*chain 6, single crochet in the 2nd chain from the hook and in next 4 stitches (5 single crochets), slip stitch in next single crochet in the back loop only of round 1 single crochets, repeat from * for a total of 12 petals.

Center of Flower

To make the center use Lion Brand Pastel Blue to make a bobble stitch and attach through the center and securely tightly and weave in ends.

Here is a tutorial on how to make the bobble stitch if one is needed → Bobble Stitch Tutorial.

Finishing

Fasten off and weave in ends throughout the flower with a yarn needle.

Blooming Flower Crochet Pattern by Easy Crochet

I Hope You Enjoy Making This Blooming Spring Flower!

If you do make this, please post on Instagram with the #easycrochetcom, so I can see your creations! If you need any clarification about this blooming spring flower pattern, please feel free to ask! I am more than happy to assist in any way possible.

Happy Crocheting!

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10 Comments

  1. Thank you Krista! I did not see your latest reply when I posted another message – I guess the server was slow. My apologies.

    I will give it another try with the correction! Will let you know

  2. Thank you for coming back to me Krista, but it is still not clear where Round 3’s petals are worked – as I have explained previously.

    Are they worked in between Round 2’s petals, or on the back or front of the work? I have really tried about 6 or 7 times but it doesn’t make sense and I have years of crochet experience.

    Catherine Hawkins also commented that she is battling with the pattern in Round 3?

    1. Hi Leonette,

      Round 3 is worked into Round 1 front loops. My apologizes. I misread your first comment as to what the issue was. I will fix that in the pattern to reflect the change.
      So round 2 is worked into the back loops of round 1 and round 3 is worked into the front loops of round 1.

      Krista

  3. I am battling to figure out Round 3 as well! Not very clear on where these petals are worked? On the front or the back of the Round 2 petals? These parts are not clear to me:

    “Working in front loops only” – where and which front loops?

    “Slip stitch in next single crochet in back loop only” – which single crochet?

    Does it mean from the previous round?

    1. Hi Leonette,

      In round 3 each petal is made by chaining 6 and then working into those chained stitches until they are all worked into – Then you will slip stitch into the next single crochet of the round and repeat the process of working another petal by chaining 6.

      Krista

  4. Catherine Hawkins says:

    Hello there. I’m having great trouble with round 3. Could you please send me some pictures of how it should look? I’m really stuck despite being an advanced crocheter.
    Many thanks. I’m fine on the first round and have the 12 petals.

  5. How can I get patterns from your site?

    1. Hi Diane,
      My patterns are free on my site but if you’d like a printed copy you can use a printfriendly.com or I sellPDF versions of my patterns in my Pattern shop at shop.easycrochet.com.

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