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Eternal Blooms: 20+ Winter Flower Crochet Patterns

If you're looking for winter crochet patterns, consider crochet flowers that will be in bloom all season.

By: Michele Dobbins, Editor, AllFreeCrochet.com
Updated October 17, 2018
Eternal Blooms 21 Winter Crochet Flower Patterns

Crochet flower patterns aren't just for spring crocheting; even when it's too icy for your garden outside, you can bring floral essences inside to you. Eternal Blooms: 20+ Winter Flower Crochet Patterns represents the flower patterns you love with the hues and essences of winter.

This collection gives you a chance to explore deeper, richer, color palettes that signal brisk snow days and Grandma's seasonal red-and-green decorations. Plus, if you are looking to learn how to crochet a flower, this selection features many easy crochet patterns and plenty of options for practice.

Though it might surprise you to think of crochet flowers during the time you generally work up crochet scarves and afghan patterns, there is already one classic flower associated with the holiday season: the poinsettia. You will also discover a New Year's take on chrysanthemums that can prove the year-round potential for flowers.

From there, you can branch out to incorporating color schemes of icy electric blue, dark navy, rich maroon, and evergreen. This will add some variety to your usual winter crochet line-up, and of course, you can always add these flowers to your hats and crochet headband patterns to give your cold-weather gear some fresh new spirit.
 

Winter Blue Crochet Flower Patterns

Easy Crochet Flower

These free crochet flower patterns will make you think of snow and ice, like a postcard for a skating rink with a bright blue sky, fluffy snow, and warm blue jackets.

These traditional winter colors used in these flowers, like this pretty Easy Crochet Flower, will give your crochet flowers an exciting and unusual pop.

From marigolds to hibiscus flowers, you can experiment with any combination and create your very own style. Your home will be a beautiful winter wonderland in no time.
 

  • Classy Hibiscus Flower

    Not only is the hibiscus infrequently crocheted, but this pattern also stands out by having a three-dimensional effect from its petals.

  • Small and Easy Glitter Flower

    You can make many in a short amount of time using this free crochet pattern. The Glitterspun yarn from Lion Brand is neat to work with.

  • The 5 Minute Flower

    This flower can be made in any shade but we love it in blue. Plus, you can crochet this easy flower in only 5 minutes!

  • Two-Hour Crocodile Stitch Flower

    This may be your new favorite crochet flower pattern. With layers of lovely petals and a wonderfully shaped bloom.

  • Popcorn Stitch Blue Marigold

    This Popcorn Stitch Blue Marigold pattern is a rare beauty! Learn how to crochet a flower with lovely dimension.

  • Delicate Crochet Chrysanthemum

    The loop stitch is what makes this pattern unique. By using this stitch, you'll add a new textural level to your crochet work.

  • Blooming Blue Crochet Flower Pattern

    With delicate interplays of stitches and openness, this flower design is interesting yet not overwhelming.

  • Blue Bellflower

    What gorgeous and delicate flowers. These bellflowers work well as part of a vine but do what you want with this flower pattern.

  • Forever Blooming Flowers

    Use variegated yarn to make a beautiful and simple flower that will help your home bloom all winter.

Beautiful Crochet Flowers for Winter (or Anytime)

Crocodile Stitch Crochet Flower

The possibilities are endless with this selection. You will find as many different kinds of flowers as you do stitches, and these would all look great as additions to scarves, hats, headbands, or other accessories.

Working up one of these crochet flower patterns will keep you feeling cheerful even on the most overcast of days.

From the spirited design of the Crocodile Stitch Crochet Flower to the other beauties below, you will be delighted with the variety of designs just waiting for your personal touch.
 

  • Water Lily Crochet Flowers

    These crocheted flowers look reminiscent of Monet's famous water lilies, so you know they are pretty.

  • Red Rose Brooch

    We love the classic rose any time of year. This flower brooch is as close to the real thing as you're going to find!

  • Funky Flower Applique

    These little flowers do not take very long to work up and are a very easy crochet project that ends up being super unique.

  • How to Crochet a Poinsettia

    This is the quintessential Christmas flower and this tutorial walks you through making one.

  • Forever Fabulous Flowers

    There is nothing boring about these eternally-blooming flowers. Make them in your favorite colors!

  • Loopy Flower Brooch

    Make a gorgeous Loopy Flower Brooch using the chain stitch and half double crochet stitch.

  • New Year Chrysanthemums

    These chrysanthemums can be used in any way you can imagine! They can be made during any season, too.

  • Enchanted Forest Flower

    This looks like a fairy's favorite flower. Use more Christmas or winterlike colors for your holiday decor.

  • Puff Stitch Field of Flowers

    So pretty and versatile. This field of flowers can be made as bright or soft in color as you desire.

  • Vintage Flower Button

    Get a bit of mixed media in your crochet with these button flowers. You'll have so much fun picking them out.

What's your favorite thing about winter?

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Although these are being pitched as Winter flowers, they could easily be used any time of year. I have worked several of these already, and have made a special point of collecting floral patterns because theyre one of the easiest ways to perk up a plain hat. My favs so far are the Enchanted Forest Flower and of course, that Puff Stitch Field of Flowers.

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