Teeny Tiny Flowers


Teeny Tiny Flowers


Teeny Tiny Flowers
Teeny Tiny Flowers

Everything has its place—big flowers do look great on sunhats, of course, but sometimes you need something a little more moderate or delicate. These Teeny Tiny Flowers have that cute, miniature appeal without losing any personality. Built from basic crochet stitches, these crochet flower patterns will be quick and easy to work up. The yarn you use will determine just how tiny these simple flower designs will turn out, with DK wool producing the tiniest of tiny crochet flowers. These are great little projects to work on during some down time to keep your fingers busy, and they will be a wonderful way to bring nature-inspired designs into your life.


Crochet HookE/4 or 3.5 mm hook, G/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Materials List

  • DK weight yarn (Rowan DK handknit cotton on 4mm hook or 3.5 mm hook;  Rowan DK wool on a 3.5mm hook—for slightly different sizes)

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Very easy to make and are great for using as appliques on so many different items to personalize them to your own taste. I think these would look a lot better if they were made with a lighter weight yarn or even a thread. Then they could be added to more feminine items to snazz them up a bit.

Beautiful flowers! These tiny blooms are perfect as ornaments for hats, patches on baby blankets, afghans, and table cloth.

I make a lot of baby out fits. Especially baby girls. I always like to add embellishments to them. But most times the flower patterns I find are too big and I have to pare them down. This is all ready the right size. Thnk you for sharing this great project.

These mini flowers are so cute with the mini leaves. These are perfect for scrap yarn because they are so little you could make millions of them in no time. They are a perfect applique for bags, hats, baby or little girl outfits. Or really anything you can think to use them for.

A project such as this is a great on-the-go project because it doesn't take up much space in a tote bag. I can see turning a bunch of these mini flowers and leaves into a long necklace for a bohemian look. They are also good to string on a crochet chain and use as curtain or panel tie backs. It will add a touch of spring to your home.

What a wonderful little stash buster! These flowers and leaves work up so quickly that youll have a baggie full in no time. Ive used them on various crochet projects as well as attaching them to cardstock for a unique greeting card. What is so nice is that these work up equally well using yarn or crochet thread. Just the finishing touch some plain projects need.

What cheery and bright flowers and leaves! I make handmade greeting cards and I love combining arts and crafts-like crochet and greeting cards. I'm wondering whether these might be usable as an embellishment attached to card stock. I would be curious to hear thoughts from those who've made these up. Would they work for that purpose or would they be too heavy?

Yes! I use them on my handmade cards. The smaller ones made with crochet thread for petite flowers, and varying sizes of yarn for a more rustic look. Have fun!


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