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26 Crochet Flower Patterns and Accessories for Spring

By: The Editors at AllFreeCrochet.com

26 Crochet Flower Patterns and Accessories for Spring

Crochet flower patterns are in bloom for spring! Stow away your bulky wool yarns and heavy winter projects. Bring out bright and colorful light weight yarns and let your creative ideas blossom. The grey of winter is out and the popping crochet colors of spring are in. Create your own crochet flower decor and accessories to brighten up the inside of your home and accentuate your wardrobe.

I'm here to provide you with some fresh ideas this spring. While plants are sprouting outside, use crochet flower patterns to grow your own decorative flower garden indoors. Add spring crochet colors to your kitchen and living room to wash away the gloom of winter and sprinkle crochet flower designs throughout your home with afghans and throws. Crochet buttons can add flair to your spring wardrobe, too, with more crochet flower patterns. Create tiny flowers attach to your accessories or crochet big and beautiful flowers to pin to your sweaters, hats, and bags. These 26 Crochet Flower Patterns and Accessories for Spring will add some brightness to your outfits and home!

Easy Crochet Flower Patterns

Pearl Flower Necklace

Your home might be longing for some spring cleaning and a little loving cheer. Make the room pop with easy crochet flower patterns. A little flower here and there will freshen up the kitchen with a cheerful vibe.

Crochet Buttons

Cute As A Button Felted Flower

Spring is the end of the hibernation season. Wake up your own style with these crochet buttons. Each one of these flowers is easy to work up and simple to use. Stitch a pin to the backside of each one of these crochet flower patterns and you have an instant blooming accessory that can pin straight on your jacket, your bag, and much more.

Crochet Flower Designs

Busy Beehive Afghan

April showers bring May flowers, and they appear to be popping up everywhere! Crochet flower designs appear in many afghans and throws. These blankets will brighten up your home with a flourish of color. When you see crochet flower patterns on bigger projects like blankets, the flowers really do call attention to detail and look amazing.

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I love the wide variety of projects included in this collection. There are so many options for quickie projects as well as longer, more complex ones like the afghans. I cant wait to dive in and check out all the different projects listed here. A few of the projects I recognize, but many I dont. Thanks for compiling this collection!

I FIND THIS SIGHT DIFFICULT AS YOU MUST CLICK ON THE NAME OF A PATTERN TO SEE WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE, THEN CLICK ON PATTERN , THEN AGAIN, THEN SAVE PATTERN I WOULD RATHER SCROLL DOWN TO "SEE" WHAT I MIGHT BE INTERESTED IN FIRST. IT KEEPS TAKING ME FURTHER AND FURTHER FROM MY YAHOO E-MAIL ACCOUNT, AND OPENS MORE AND MORE TABS. UGH. JOY

trying to save need lots of access not able to just e-mail pattern to myself at aol..

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