Want to find the best resources for learning how to crochet flowers? These are our picks for the best books on crochet flowers. Whether you want to crochet daisies, sunflowers, roses or other sorts of flowers, this list will help you find the crochet flower patterns you need.
This beautifully produced book includes 14 patterns for crocheting a variety of flowers and leaves. It also includes instructions and patterns for making stylish wearable and home decor accessories: two beautiful purses, three gorgeous heandbands, several barrettes, an elegant cowl, a garland, a wreath, and 3 different pieces of wall art. All together, I counted 28 patterns, projects and ideas you can make using the information in this book.
The patterns included in this book are all super easy to crochet — and they’re all lovely. The best part: This is a super affordable book. Because of these 3 things, I’ve put this book at the top of my list of best crochet flower pattern books.
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If realistic-looking crocheted flowers are what you want to work on, I highly recommend Crochet Flowers Step-By-Step by Tanya Shliazhko, published by St. Martin’s Griffin. This excellent book includes thorough, intuitive instructions for crocheting 35 different flowers including roses, pansies, lilies and bunches of others.
This book is written for beginners, although crocheters of all skill levels are sure to enjoy working from it. The book includes step-by-step color photo tutorials, international symbol crochet charts and written-out text instructions. If you aren’t sure what to make with the flowers you crochet, the book includes instructions for 6 finished projects including a shawl, headband, bracelet, placemat, pillow cover and market bag.
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If you’re interested in combining the two craft techniques of flower looming and crochet, Crochet Loom Blooms by Haafner Linssen is the definitive text on the topic. This book features instructions for making 30 different flower designs and 5 finished projects including 2 different blankets, a potholder, a scarf and a stylish tote bag.
The book includes templates for making your own flower looms. If you buy the paperback edition of the book, it also comes with a small starter loom.
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This is another lovely pattern book that incorporates both flower looming and crochet into the same projects. There are also some flower loom projects that do not require any crochet work to finish them.
This is a slim booklet featuring full-color photographs and line-art illustrations. The book teaches you how to make a surprising variety of projects considering how little space the book takes up on your shelf.
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More Crochet Motif Pattern Books That Include Crochet Flowers
There are many crochet motif pattern books that include excellent flower patterns, even if crocheting flowers isn’t the main focus of the book. The following are additional suggestions for books you might enjoy if you want to crochet flowers plus other types of items too.
Crochet Kaleidoscope is currently my favorite crochet motif pattern book. So far I’ve made 6 projects from the book, some of which are flower designs and some of which are other sorts of designs. The book includes patterns for crocheting flowers, circles, squares, hexagons, triangles, octagons, 6-pointed stars and 8-pointed stars. The book also includes instructions for 5 different finished projects including a blanket, table runner, shawl, pillow and rug. This is a book I highly recommend!
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Now you’re updated on our recommendations for the best crochet flower pattern books. If you’re interested in crocheting flower appliques, flower motifs and floral projects, the crochet flower patterns featured in these books are sure to be useful to you.
About Your Book Reviewer: Amy Solovay is a freelance writer who holds a degree in textile design and previously enjoyed a career in the textile industry. She has been crocheting and crafting since childhood, and knitting since she was a teenager. Her work also appears at AmySolovay.com, ArtsWithCrafts.com and KnittingandCrochet.net. Amy sends out a free knitting and crochet newsletter so interested crafters can easily keep up with her new patterns, tutorials and book reviews. If you’re already an Instagram user, Amy also invites you to follow her on Instagram.
This page was last updated on 8-12-2019.