Crochet Easy Tiny Flower {free crochet pattern}

Here’s a free crochet flower pattern that’s great for the beginner, and it’s so versatile with color options! I make these all the time and they work up really fast. They are about one and a half inches wide and tall.
Free Crochet Pattern for an Easy Tiny Flower

I got my inspiration from Attic24 – Lucy has incredible talent for crochet and she also has a free pattern for flowers. I wanted my petals to be bigger, so I changed the pattern a bit for myself. See this flower on my shell bracelet.


Crochet Easy Tiny Flower

By Sara McFall of My Merry Messy Life


  • CH = chain
  • SL ST = slip stitch
  • SC = single crochet
  • DC = double crochet


  • CH 3
  • Join with a SL ST to form a ring
  • CH 2 (counts as first single crochet)
  • Work 9 SC into the ring (10 total)
  • Join with a SL ST to beginning CH 2 (you can change colors here, by fastening off, then join the new color with a SL ST)
  • CH 2
  • Work 1 DC in the same space (technically it’s next to the CH 2) as the CH 2
  • Work 1 SC in the same space
  • SL ST in the next space
  • *Work a petal in the next space – 2 DC, 1 SC
  • SL ST in the next space*
  • Repeat around until you’ve worked 5 petals
  • Join to beginning petal at the CH 2


Photo Tutorial

Step #1 – chain 3. Join with a slip stitch to form a ring and chain 2. The chain 2 counts as the first single crochet.

Free Crochet Pattern for an Easy, Tiny Flower - Step #1

Step #2 – Work 9 single crochets into the ring. Join with a slip stitch to the beginning chain 2 and chain 2.

Free Crochet Pattern for an Easy, Tiny Flower - Step #2

Step #3 – Double crochet into the same space as the chain 2, then work a single crochet into that same space.

Free Crochet Pattern for an Easy, Tiny Flower - Step #3

Step #4 – Work a slip stitch into the next space

Free Crochet Pattern for an Easy, Tiny Flower - Step #4

Step #5 – Work another petal into the next space – 2 double crochets, 1 single crochet. Then, slip stitch into the next space.

Free Crochet Pattern for an Easy, Tiny Flower - Step #5

Step #6 – after you work 5 petals (with a slip stitch after each petal), work a slip stitch into the last space and join to the beginning petal with a slip stitch.

Free Crochet Pattern for an Easy, Tiny Flower - Step #6
Free Crochet Pattern for a Tiny Flower - Perfect for Beginners

See this flower on my shell bracelet.
Merry Crocheting!

About Sara McFall

Sara is the owner and founder of My Merry Messy Life, which started in 2011 as a way to chronicle her journey to a natural, chemical-free lifestyle and to share her passions of mothering, real food, homeschooling and crochet. She is a mama to three precious and energetic little boys and wife to a university professor who loves to sing, dance ballet and ballroom, and live simply and naturally.


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  5. Learnto Crochet says:

    Very nice tutorial! Really cute flowers!

  6. Cute! i pinned this on pinterest 🙂

  7. thank you so much 🙂

  8. These are too cute!
    Thanks for sharing with my Super Link Party! 🙂

  9. Thanks for the pattern. I was just wondering what size crochet hook you used. I didn’t notice it listed. Love the little flowers——

  10. Hi sara, love your little designs, have tried flowers & hearts, they are soo cute, wish I had something meaningful to do with them.

  11. thank you for the marvellous and free little flowers. very generous of you. I’m just learning again so the guidance is great

  12. Very easy! Attached to toddlers hat! Thanks for your pattern!

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