Realistic Crocheted Flowers make GREAT Mother’s Day Gifts.
Every Mom deserves flowers for Mother’s Day! By giving her a beautiful bouquet of crochet flowers, she can keep them virtually forever!
At Etsy, you can find some of the loveliest crochet flower patterns anywhere and if you don’t crochet, you can also find gorgeous bouquets of crocheted flowers that have been made with love for your mother.
I’ll be sharing three of my favorites here today.
Disclosure: I’m affiliated with Etsy and this blog post contains affiliate links. You can read my full disclosure HERE. I did not create these patterns. I can not vouch for their quality and I do not own the photos shown here. I’m simply sharing them for your viewing, crocheting, and gift-giving pleasure.
It’s amazing how realistic some crocheted flowers can be. I’ve never even attempted anything this detailed yet but I do admire anyone who can create something this stunning and I do plan to try making some of these one day soon.
Take a look at this African Violet crochet pattern. Isn’t it exquisite?
I love this one… especially the leaves.
You can purchase and download a copy of this pattern created by HappyPattyCrochet by visiting: Crochet Flower Pattern – African Violet Pattern
Then again, this Raspberry Ripple Primrose pattern designed by FCFCrochetFlowers is pretty darn sweet as well!
It’s so delicate and cute!
You can get this one at Etsy by visiting: Primrose, Raspberry Ripple, Primula, Crochet Flower Pattern
And if it HAS to be roses, check out this beautiful rose bouquet display by HappyPattyCrochet!
The detail is truly amazing, isn’t it?
You can learn more and buy a copy of this attractive crochet pattern by visiting: Crochet Rose Pattern – Crochet Flower Pattern for Bouquets and Flower Arrangements
I guess you’ve noticed that I was in a pretty pink mood today while choosing these wonderful floral crochet patterns but one of the best things about making your own is that you can choose to change the colors to anything you like. So, if mom’s favorite roses are yellow, you can absolutely make her a gorgeous yellow crocheted rose instead of the pink one shown in the pattern. Heck, you can even make them multi-colored if you want!
What do you think? Will you be handmaking anything this Mother’s Day? Share your thoughts in the comments. I love hearing what my readers are making!