Tutorial: Make a Crochet Flower Crown
Crocheted flowers attached to an elastic headband make a great crochet flower crown

A crochet flower crown is the perfect spring accessory and so much fun to make! There are so many opportunities to customize this project exactly as you like it. Try it with a handful of colorful flowers and crochet leaves, as pictured OR pack the entire headband full of many flowers. Try it in multi-color yarns or make all of the crochet components in a single color. The look and style is up to you!

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Materials for Crochet Flower Crown

Gather all the materials you’ll need to create this fun crochet flower crown! To make this project as pictured you will need:

A model wears the Flower Garden Crochet Scarf, a scarf made from many colorful crocheted flowers sewn together
We used flowers from the Flower Garden Scarf pattern to make a flower crown

Make Crochet Flower Crown

There are many ways to create a flower crown! Here are the specific instructions for the flower crown we created for WeCrochet Magazine, Issue 2! If you’re looking for other ways to use crochet flowers, be sure to grab a copy of the latest issue!

  • Begin by crocheting 5 flowers from your chosen flower pattern in a range of coordinating colors.
  • Crochet 2 leaves to place at the edges of the flowers.
  • Block flowers and leaves so they lay flat. Find all the tools you need for blocking in our Basic Blocking Kit
  • Use needle and thread to sew your elastic band into a headband.
  • Use needle and thread to attach crochet flowers and leaves to your elastic band.
The crocheted flower crown displayed on some decorative white porcelain antlers

Get WeCrochet Magazine, Issue 2!

A picture of the cover of WeCrochet Magazine Issue Two, featuring colorful yarns and flowers

If you love crochet flowers, you’ll want to order a copy of WeCrochet Magazine, Issue 2! The issue is packed full of patterns and projects inspired by Spring blooms and other fun spring things. You’ll also find an article on 10 ways to use a crochet flower!

Share your crochet flower crown with the crochet community! Post pictures with #WeCrochet on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and Ravelry!