We love crochet flowers! They are quick and easy projects made for trying out new yarns in all your favorite colors. If you’re looking for 10 Ways to Use Crochet Flowers, be sure to pick up the latest issue of WeCrochet Magazine, Issue 2. The issue includes 10 ideas for using up crochet flowers and all the patterns we reference below.
Here is one of our favorite ideas: Make a Crochet Flower Bouquet!
Gather Materials Needed:
To make this flower bouquet you will need:
- Flower Garden Scarf Pattern
- Curio #3 Crochet Thread in at least 4 colors
- D/3 (3.25mm) crochet hook
- Floral wires
- Additional flowers or greenery
- Mason Jar
- Lovestruck Jar Cozy Pattern
Make the Pieces for Crochet Flower Bouquet
If the flowers are looking a bit wavy, you can block them! Soak the flowers in cold water for 20 minutes. Lay them flat to dry or use T-Pins to spread them on blocking boards. Check out our blocking kit if you need more blocking tools.
Attach the flowers to the floral wire by inserting the wire through a few stitches at the back of the flower. Further secure the flower by bending the wire and/or using the yarn ends to tie and attach. Trim or bend the wires so the flowers are varying heights.
Arrange and Assemble the Crochet Flower Bouquet
Gather a collection of additional flowers or greenery. It’s fun to pick additional flowers that are a similar color palette to your crochet flowers. Arrange the flowers in a vase or mason jar. Bend the floral wires as needed to help flowers stay in place.
For an added crochet touch, arrange the flowers in a mason jar and then crochet the Lovestruck Jar Cozy as a mason jar cover. This pattern is made in Curio #10, so it’s easy to perfectly match the jar’s color palette with your crocheted flowers.
Get WeCrochet Magazine, Issue 2!
Find all the patterns and instruction you need to make this flower bouquet with WeCrochet Magazine, Issue 2. Inside you’ll find 10 Things to do with Crochet Flowers, the Flower Garden Scarf Pattern, the Lovestruck Jar Cozy, plus more crochet patterns for Spring!
Find Curio crochet thread, size #10 and #3, in a thrilling color palette on crochet.com. (Find blocking tools, crochet hooks, and project bags there, too!)
Share your crochet flower bouquet with the crochet community! Post pictures with #WeCrochet on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and Ravelry!