Nothing lasts forever, except this beautiful pot of pansies that stays fresh and never wilts. Crochet in the spring shades shown, or imagine your own perfect bouquet. Invest some time on this cheerful project that's thoughtful for Mother’s Day or anytime.
Depending on your climate, pansies can be among the earliest flowering plants in spring, but you don't even need to wait that long to add color to your day! The word pansy is derived from the French pens'e ('thought') and there's no better way to show someone you're thinking of them than with a cheerful crocheted pansy.
Pansies are a classic garden flower that remain a favorite among gardeners because of their cute puppy dog face. Crocheted pansy flowers are wonderful because they last longer than real flowers. They are great for ornaments on larger garments, pillows, or hair ties. You can crochet lovely pansy flowers by following the instructions in the Pansy Flower Free Crochet Pattern. You can use any color combination you want to work up this crochet flower pattern. Adding embellishments such as small metal brads or beads are optional, but add a nice finishing touch. Enjoy
Happy Mother’s Day! Celebrate this precious day with your mom and gift her this super cute crochet flower bouquet. Make this bouquet yourself with a free pattern and all stitched details. For this, use the scrap yarn in two different combinations with a 5.00mm crochet hook to work on this Mother’s Day flower bouquet. Use smaller weight ply yarn for tiny flowers and bulky weight to give this bouquet a massive appearance.
This Crochet Pansies Pattern gives you a lot of ideas! You can make different flower jewelry, crochet flower garland, flower pin or any other embellishment!
Pansies are a classic garden flower that remain a favorite among gardeners because of their cute "puppy dog" face. Now you can learn how to crochet your very own pansy flower with this free flower pattern. Make one and add it as a applique to a crocheted bag, hat, or afghan. Use any color combination you want to work up this crochet flower pattern. Adding embellishments such as small metal brads or beads are optional, but add a nice finishing touch. Using a G crochet hook and worsted weight yarn will result in a crochet flower that measures about 3.5" across, but you're welcome to experiment with other crochet hook sizes to achieve a different size flower.