How to Make a Crochet Wildflower

Learn to make the crochet wildflower with this super simple step by step video tutorial.  So quick and easy, you will have a bouquet whipped up in no time! 

Crochet Wild Flower Pattern

The project

In today’s post I will teach you how to make this adorable crochet wildflower.  This wildflower can be used as an applique to attach on various projects such as hats, scarves, blankets, etc…  I will be using these flowers in a larger project that will be announced at a later date, and I absolutely cannot wait to share it with you!  Be sure to stay tuned!

Crochet Wild Flower Pattern

To learn how to make your own crochet wildflower, keep on reading!

The Video

In this video tutorial you will learn how to make this crochet wildflower.  The skill level for this project is for an intermediate beginner or higher and will utilize the following skills:

  • Magic loop
  • Chaining
  • Double crochet
  • Slip stitch

Once you’ve mastered the above skills you are ready to jump into this project!

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  • ch – chain
  • dc – double crochet
  • sl st – slip stitch
  • st – stitch


Finished Measurement

  • This flower measures approximately 1.5 inches

Crochet Wild Flower Pattern

Crochet Wild Flower Pattern


Round 1: With a long tail, in magic loop ch 1, make 10 sc; join with 1st st of the round using a sl st

Round 2: Ch 3, make 2 dc in same st as the ch 3, sl st in next stitch, *(3 dc in next st, sl st in next st); repeat from * to end of round

Cut yarn and secure.  Pull tail to back and weave towards the center of the flower circle.  Tie both tails into a knot to secure.

Use tails to attach flower to your project.


Crochet Wild Flower Pattern

Crochet Wild Flower Pattern

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  1. My Mother used to make this flower in the top of a baby bootie. I have looked & try to find a pattern for the booties.. Mother did not have a pattern to go by. Can you help me with this. Thank you. Reita

    1. Hi Reita! I do not have any baby bootie patterns on my blog yet, but I will keep that in mind for a future pattern!

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