Crochet Poinsettia Flower Pattern


Crochet Poinsettia Flower Pattern

Crochet Poinsettia Flower Pattern
Crochet Poinsettia Flower Pattern

This Crochet Poinsettia Flower Pattern tackles a challenge that every devoted crocheter is going to come across at some point in their career, especially since the cooler weather is the perfect time to pull out those crochet hooks. Figuring out how to crochet a flower on your own can be stressful, but the video tutorial will walk you through the steps so that you can produce a crochet flower even a professional would be proud of.

You could use this crochet flower pattern as a gift topper or an ornament by simply threading a loop through one of the leaves, or you could use it to decorate for the holiday season.

PLUS!  If you're looking for more crochet flower patterns, then keep reading! From necklaces to throws and so much more, you'll love the collection of free crochet flower patterns found in  29 Free Crochet Flower Patterns + Crochet Flower Pattern Video.


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Materials List

  • Red Heart Super Saver in Cherry Red, Paddy Green, and Gold (All Scraps)
  • H-5.00mm Crochet Hook
  • Yarn Needle
  • Scissors

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Last year I made a poinsettia flower display with pipe cleaners and I was able to attach lights in the centers. With a couple of modifications, I could make the same type of display with crochet poinsettia flowers. I think this pattern will work great because it is made with pieces that need to be joined. I can not wait to give it a go.

I just finished reading over a pattern in which flowers were used as embellishments. This Poinsettia flower would make lovely embellishments on items during the Winter holiday. From clothing to house hold decor the possibilities are endless.

This poinsettia flower is very attractive! I can imagine sooo many uses for it too Christmas wrapping, greeting card embellishment, Christmas tree ornament, mantle swag. You could even make up quite a few of these, add a stem, create a bouquet and not have to be concerned about watering a plant during the holiday season. Wow! The possibilities are limited only by our imaginations!

This is a very nice pattern for our favorite Christmas plant. Each leaf is worked individually before being stacked and sewn together. The Centerpiece (which is the actual flower portion of the poinsettia) is sewn on last. This designer usually provides excellent instructional videos for her projects, and this one does not disappoint. The ad-free downloadable .pdf is also available for a small fee.

How cute this would be as a sew-on on a red afghan for the holidays. Or, even more so, on a toss pillow cover. THe size is quite large! That was an unexpected surprise. I don't know about making a garland and stringing them on my tree, unless I have a really huge Christmas tree!

I have been looking for a crocheted Poinsettia pattern and this "How to Crochet a Poinsettia" is perfect. I'm planning on making about 50 of them and string them together to use on the tree. This pattern is very well written and so easy to make. I can see this being a long process but well worth it. Thank you so much for this free crochet pattern.

This is yet another cute, pretty and easy pattern. I have always wanted to make a few of these to use as decorations, not only on gifts, around the house but also on the tree. They are so pretty but remember they don't just come in red. They also come in white.

This is such a classic little flower pattern that is perfect for the holiday season. It would be something cute and different to use in place of a bow for gift wrapping. It'd be a little bonus gift your loved one could use for anything!


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