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Free Crochet Cherry Blossom Flower Pattern

This free crochet flower pattern makes perfect little cherry blossoms, but can be customized to make a variety of flowers for home decor, headbands or even accents for other crocheted pieces. | MakeAndDoCrew.com

Celebrate Spring with this easy crochet cherry blossom flower pattern. Each flower takes only a few minutes to crochet and can be used for decor, garland or an accent on another piece.  

This free crochet flower pattern makes perfect little cherry blossoms, but can be customized to make a variety of flowers for home decor, headbands or even accents for other crocheted pieces. | MakeAndDoCrew.comI am just loving how Colorado is officially thawing out right now and the trees are giving birth to a new set of gorgeous flowers for the season.

This free crochet flower pattern makes perfect little cherry blossoms, but can be customized to make a variety of flowers for home decor, headbands or even accents for other crocheted pieces. | MakeAndDoCrew.comAnd while the warmer weather is great for playing outside and collecting freckles, it’s not the best for crocheting chunky cowls and afghans. That’s where this mini flower pattern comes in.

This crochet cherry blossom pattern is a perfect lightweight project that won’t make you sweat up a storm while you’re working on it.

Since this is a very basic crochet flower pattern, you can change up the colors and yarn weight and use it for a lot of different projects. I used a fingering weight cotton yarn for the flowers and some leftover bright pink sock yarn for the accent color. You could really use any yarn you have though and just adjust the hook size accordingly.

This free crochet flower pattern makes perfect little cherry blossoms, but can be customized to make a variety of flowers for home decor, headbands or even accents for other crocheted pieces. | MakeAndDoCrew.comI think it’d be lovely to string a bunch of blossoms together to make a springtime garland or a flower headband. (If you’re into headbands–check out my free flower headband pattern and my free “Aspen Socialite” headband pattern!)

I decided to attach mine flowers to a fallen tree branch to make a little minimalist Spring decoration. To attach the crocheted flowers to the branch, I just wrapped a small piece of double-sided tape around each spot where I wanted a flower to go. This way, I’ll be able to remove the flowers and re-use them when inspiration strikes.

This free crochet flower pattern makes perfect little cherry blossoms, but can be customized to make a variety of flowers for home decor, headbands or even accents for other crocheted pieces. | MakeAndDoCrew.comYou may make items to sell with this pattern. In exchange, please link back to me into two places — one link to my homepage (MakeAndDoCrew.com) and one link to this post page. Do not use my photos as your own sales photos. Do not distribute this pattern as your own. All clear? Alright, let’s make something awesome!

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• Knit Picks Comfy fingering yarn – Flamingo
• Knit Picks Felici sock yarn – Cochineal
• size E/3.5mm crochet hook (I recently bought this affordable set and have been loving them!)
• tapestry needle
scissors

FREE CROCHET CHERRY BLOSSOM FLOWER PATTERN – US Terms

sc – single crochet
dc – double crochet
tr – triple/treble crochet
ch – chain
sl st – slip stitch

This free crochet flower pattern makes perfect little cherry blossoms, but can be customized to make a variety of flowers for home decor, headbands or even accents for other crocheted pieces. | MakeAndDoCrew.comThis free crochet flower pattern makes perfect little cherry blossoms, but can be customized to make a variety of flowers for home decor, headbands or even accents for other crocheted pieces. | MakeAndDoCrew.comMake a magic ring (including a 1 ch to complete the ring)

Round 1: Ch 1, 15 sc in ring, join using sl st.

Round 2: Sl st in first sc, *dc, tr, dc in next sc, sl st in next sc, sl st in next sc* repeat around 4 more times, sl st.

Fasten off. Instead of weaving in the ends (annoying!), I simply tied the two strings together in a couple of knots at the back of the flower.

FINISHING

Using a tapestry needle and the accent color, embroider lines as pictured from the middle hole of the flower out the petals. To make your flowers look even more polished, block them by spritzing them with a spray bottle, adjusting each petal as you’d like and then letting them dry.

This free crochet flower pattern makes perfect little cherry blossoms, but can be customized to make a variety of flowers for home decor, headbands or even accents for other crocheted pieces. | MakeAndDoCrew.comThis free crochet flower pattern makes perfect little cherry blossoms, but can be customized to make a variety of flowers for home decor, headbands or even accents for other crocheted pieces. | MakeAndDoCrew.comThe possibilities are endless for this little crochet flower pattern! What will you make with it? Tag me on Instagram (@MakeAndDoCrew) to show off your stitches!

This free crochet flower pattern makes perfect little cherry blossoms, but can be customized to make a variety of flowers for home decor, headbands or even accents for other crocheted pieces. | MakeAndDoCrew.com
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14 Comments

  • Clarissa
    May 11, 2016 at 1:31 pm

    Love this little tree! I’m in Colorado too, and I totally agree about the weather: not quite warm enough for tank tops but definitely not scarf weather 🙂

    -Clarissa @ The View From Here

    Reply
    • Jess @ Make and Do Crew
      May 17, 2016 at 9:22 pm

      Hey Clarissa!
      I love meeting a fellow Coloradan! I guess it’s “crochet cherry blossom weather” around here these days, huh? 🙂

      Thanks for saying hi!

      Jess

      Reply
  • Jane
    May 14, 2016 at 9:30 am

    This’s so sweet! Thank you for tutorial.

    Reply
  • Jan
    May 18, 2016 at 10:50 am

    I can’t wait to give this pattern a try! I wonder if these flowers are small enough to use as a border on a dress for my granddaughter. They are so pretty!

    Reply
  • Lori
    May 19, 2016 at 9:10 am

    Thank you so much! With two granddaughters I am always looking for ideas that won’t take me all year long to create something meaningful that they can enjoy!

    Reply
  • annec
    May 22, 2016 at 6:02 am

    I wonder if these would stop the birds eating my cherries off the tree … it’s coming in to petal dropping time here in England. These are so cute.

    Reply
  • Wendy Ivey
    May 27, 2016 at 9:27 pm

    I to love crafts. An learning something new. I want to just say thank you, your crafty hands are blessed. But I don’t think my hands are a s crafty. If I manage to be able to try these,I will be sure to share. An thank you again. Wendy

    Reply
  • Melissa W.
    May 29, 2016 at 11:10 am

    I love these! I’m not the most experienced at crocheting, but have made several afghans. I’m not sure what a “magic ring” is to start. Is there some place I can go for some instruction on the different stitches?

    Reply
    • Jess @ Make and Do Crew
      June 11, 2016 at 9:15 pm

      Hey Melissa,

      Mooglyblog.com has great videos explaining a lot of these stitches. I hope to create my own videos some day too, but hers are a perfect place to start.

      Happy crocheting!

      Jess

      Reply
  • Alex
    December 13, 2016 at 11:31 pm

    Is there a video for this? 🙁 it’s a bit confusing… thanks

    Reply
  • Marilyn
    April 11, 2017 at 2:49 pm

    I love these small cherry blossom crochet flowers. I am using them to apply on a douvet quilt cover. I am using 4 ply yarn and a larger hook. These will bring my cover to life in different colors. So easy, so unique, and so pretty.

    Reply
  • TigerKim
    May 28, 2017 at 3:01 pm

    Thank You for sharing your tute!

    Reply
  • Pearl R
    May 27, 2018 at 3:02 pm

    Hello, Jess!!

    How did you get those twigs? Are they artificial from a store or are they real twigs? Also, How did you attach the flowers to the twigs?

    Beautiful flowers. Great blog, too!

    Reply

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