365days of Crochet Flowers

Why hello there!

If you are following me on Instagram and on my Facebook page, you would have noticed me posting A LOT of flowers. Well, it’s almost been a whole month’s worth! Can you believe January is just about over? Looks like this year is going to follow suit like 2017 and fly by.

It just hit me that I had posted the free patterns up for my #365daysofcrochetflowers, but never did a little blog up about them! Well 27 days late is better than never lol. If you’ve seen that long post of patterns, you would have read that it’s about making a different flower each and every day (except the first and second because I got bored with the same flower).

I have loved loved LOVEd making a new flower each day. ย It has been challenging at times, when I’m up at night just before bed time, sometimes falling asleep crocheting (shh I know you do it too), or first thing in the morning when creativity is at its best. I just hope I have enough left in the tank to keep going for the rest of the year. I guess we’ll just have to wait and see how it all pans out.

What are you going to do with them all? I hear you asking…. well if I’m being honest, I have a few ideas floating around in my head, but none are sticking. So they could be turned into a few pieces or just one big one lol. One is sticking out a bit more than the others. Do you want to know? Oh of course you do….

Okay, no need to twist my arm more… BEDSPREAD. I’m picturing a lightly crocheted base where you attach each flower individually. YES!! I know it’s a lot of attaching but I can just see the finished piece now. A beautiful garden bed (get it hehe) of flowers laying wonderfully on your bed. There may even be some matching cushions or a shawl in there too.

Any how, enough with all the words an reading boring-ish stuff. Here are some photos of what I’ve done so far. Once I get a little bit more organised I plan to translate to UK terms too and compile into an ebook.

Here is the link to the actual patterns in my FREE PATTERNS. I will be sorting it out into months to make finding them a bit easier. I really hope you enjoy making these even more than I have had a blast designing them.

ALSO one quick little note… I have added this to Ravelry so you can add it to your Projects and keep a track of what you make and also so other people can see your beautiful garden. Click here to go thereย .

UPDATE: Colours and Yarn.
So I have been using up my stash of DMC Natura Just Cotton and a 3.5mm hook (these two are my go-to’s for each other) The colours I am using are… (and yes of course I’ll have to buy more lol)
– Prussian (64)
– Star Light (27)
– Blue Jeans (26)
– Amaranto (33)
– Turquoise (49)
– Chartreuse (48)
– Bamboo (76)
– Bruique (86)
– Pistache (13)

Have fun and Happy Hooking!

Much love,
Em xoxo


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23 Comments on “365days of Crochet Flowers

  1. I’m having so much fun making these flowers. I’m now only two behind and am hoping to catch up and then post a photo on Instagram today. The best thing has been all the new stitches I’ve learned. I love the idea of attaching them to another piece of crochet. ๐Ÿ™‚


  2. Fabulous just what I’m looking for. Something small and beautiful that will give me practice on various stitches helping me improve my crocheting and provide a beautiful something at the end. Thanks for the effort and sharing of your skills.


  3. this is an inspiring project…… spreading flowers over our days can make a change….. thank you for sharing them….. I’ll keep tracking them

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  4. This is such a lovely idea, and thank you for sharing your beautiful free flower patterns!
    Happy birthday to William!
    Alison x


  5. Pingback: New free floral patterns and the #365daysofcrochetflowers initiative | Crocheted by tess

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