I think it’s safe to say that most crocheters are absolutely crazy about all kinds of floral motifs. We love lacy textures and openwork inspired by mother nature, crochet mandalas, flower squares and other kinds of blooming designs. We also love using one very special stitch that looks as if it was made of tiny flowers. You already know which one I am talking about, don’t you? It’s everyone’s favorite! This collection of Puff Stitch Flower Crochet Projects is going to transform your crafter’s portfolio into a magical flower garden.
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Puff Flower Motif Free Crochet Pattern
The amazing puff stitch always looks beautiful in slightly washed out, light-toned colors. Just look at this stunning example. Powder pink coupled with this shade of green is a match made in heaven. Great both for blankets and kitchen accessories.
Go to the pattern: Puff Flower Potholder.
Dahlia Flower Free Crochet Pattern
These tiny flowers are so adorably puffy! Are you wondering what to do with them? You can make an original decor element by putting them in a jar or a basket, hanging them around the house or making a festive multicolor garland.
Go to the pattern: Dahlia Flower.
Crochet Puff Flower Motif Free Pattern
Are you always on the hunt for unique edging ideas and crochet borders that make every project look complete? These floral blocks will be perfect for that! They are versatile enough to be used as bookmarks and single decor elements as well.
Go to the pattern: Crochet Puff Flower Motif.
Molly Flower Blanket Free Crochet Pattern
Spring is coming and fresh motivation for new crochet projects is coming with it. Can you feel it as well? Why don’t you start the season with this amazing puff stitch blanket made off tiny flowers? These bright colors are the essence of spring.
Go to the pattern: Molly Flower Blanket.
Field of Flowers Free Crochet Pattern
Here is one more amazing meadow of crochet flowers that can easily be transformed into a baby blanket, a stunning bedspread or a set of lovely potholders. The combination of colors is quite unexpected, right? Powder pink, fiery red and deep blue, such a chic match!
Go to the original pattern: Field of Flowers.
???love all these puff fowers, one flower i have not yet tried doing. No excuse now thank you for sharing free pattern.
I love all of these flower patterns. Thanks for sharing these patterns
I really like the patterns. Something new to do.