If you have been looking for a great collection of gorgeous flower bouquets to crochet, then you have come to the right place! This list has a variety of paid and free flower patterns to pick from, such as crocheted roses and crocheted peonies, plus much more!
Explore our round up of 20 beautiful crochet bouquets that you can make yourself below to find your favorite flower to make. Enjoy!
Why Make Flower Bouquets?
For special occasions like Mother’s Day or Valentine’s Day, crochet flower bouquets are a great gift because they last much (much) longer than traditional flowers.
Plus, a crocheted flower bouquets adds a handmade touch which most will treasure for a long time. And let’s not forget Spring flowers, they are the perfect pick me up from Winter!
For weddings, I’ve seen flower bouquets crocheted specifically for the bride to hold, for decorations, and also for tables. There are many ways to use these beautiful bouquets for special occasions.
Stitches in Flower Bouquets
Most of the bouquets patterns below use simple crochet stitches and beginner-friendly crochet terminology.
You will need to have a good understanding of basic stitches such as the single crochet stitch (sc), half double crochet stitch (hdc) and double crochet stitch (dc) to make these crocheted flowers.
You may also want to take a look over the crochet abbreviation guide to learn more about how crochet stitches are abbreviated in patterns like the flower bouquet designs below.
Materials for Crocheted Bouquets
While most of the flower patterns below only need yarn and a crochet hook to complete, there are some patterns below that are flower amigurumi design. Which means you will need a few extra supplies on hand if you intend to crochet those patterns.
- Stitch Markers: A stitch marker is important to keep track of the rounds you are working in amigurumi pattern.
- Crochet Hook
- Yarn: While almost any yarn can be used for amigurumi patterns, the most commonly used weight is Light/DK or Medium/Worsted weight yarn.
- Stuffing: Some flower patterns below will require stuffing, so this is an essential material to have on hand. Poly-Fil is my personal favorite.
Ready to Get started?
While I don’t have a crocheted bouquet of flowers that I’ve designed, I’ve found some pretty great ones to pick from for you.
Scroll on down to get started on crocheting a flower bouquet today!
That’s it for this collection of beautiful flower bouquets. If you enjoyed this roundup, you may like some of my other pattern collections as well.
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