Now that the warm weather is in full swing, what says it better than flowers? Crochet flowers that is.
I love flowers and anything floral. What better way to announce that the gloom and cold of winter are finally going away? Or even during winter it’s nice to see a little flower bud now and then to remind us that it won’t last like this forever (As you can tell, I’m not one of the brave souls on the winter bandwagon). Check out this cute book with amazing ideas for little crochet flowers to break into the season!
Inside Ammee’s Babies – Baby Blossoms Say it with Crochet Flowers book you’ll find nine quick and easy crochet flower patterns with full page color instructions. Just imagine how adorable one of these pretty pink rosebuds would look adorning your little girl’s jacket or backpack. And all the flowers are different shapes and sizes so you’ll have plenty of designs to choose from. So pick out some of your favorite colors of yarn, get out those crochet hooks, and start making some lovely floral embellishments!
Once you’ve picked out what flowers you want to make, here is some inspiration for what to put them on!
I think this ruffle bag is pretty already on it’s own, but it would look so much more spring and summer ready with a bright little flower stitched along the side, don’t you agree? If you do, you can get the pattern for free from our sister site AllFreeCrochet.com. Or what about this otherwise plain Crochet Tote bag? The simple design makes it such a cute canvas for adding these floral embellishments. AllFreeCrochet.com actually has a collection of 20 bags like this one that you could embellish with little flowers. If bags aren’t your thing, try making this perfect for summer Crochet and Fabric Dress with little bright colored flower embellishments.
These are just a couple cute projects I found that I thought could use a little something extra, but in reality you could (and should) crochet little flowers to put on anything. And the best thing is you can stick them on a safety pin and move them around to whatever outfit you had picked out for your little girl that day.Print This Post