5 Easy and Quick Free Crochet Brooch Patterns and Video Ideas
You’ll love this easy and fast crochet brooch free pattern. Few accessories are a versatile as brooches. I am sure there are many more uses for brooches than I can think of.
This is a super-easy to make crochet flower brooch tutorial, even the most inexperienced crocheter can do it. It also makes a great handmade gift, following with my theme of handmade gifts for Christmas. This crochet flower takes very little yarn, so you can get several out of just one ball of yarn.
You can pin it on a blouse for a more formal look, you can dress up a bag, pin it on a hair band, or a wrist band. Let’s make this easy and fast crochet brooch.
This brooch is a great little gift, or stocking stuffer, that you know won’t end up in the donation bag the day after Christmas. Or maybe it’s just me, I like brooches.
How do you crochet a brooch?
Crocheting a lapel flower or brooch is really easy, you only need to know the two easiest crochet stitches. If you want to make some crochet brooches to give away the instructions are simple:
1. Make a chain about 16 inches-long.
2. Then make 2 double crochet in every chain, turn and make two double crochet into each of the double crochet below (doubling the stitches with every row). End it and wrap, making a spiral.
3. Wrap it in a tight spiral. Stitch with a large needle and some yarn of the same color.
4. Glue or stitch the leaves, then a felt circle on the back. Attach pin.
Materials to make crochet flower brooches
Different yarns will produce different effects, this variegated salmon pink yarn gives it even more dimension, I love how it turned out. Check out these cotton yarns to make this and the ones below:
The leaves are made from felt, I put a felt circle behind it to which the flower and leaves are stitched. Then you just need a brooch pin and some glue to finish the brooch.
More free crochet brooch patterns
These are some crochet brooch other ideas to make flower brooches. I loved each of these, so maybe you can make different ones to personalize your gifts.
More crochet gift ideas
Have a great weekend, people!
this is lovely, thanks for sharing the pattern.
I love it so cute. Also love the white shirt where is it from?
Local discount store.
Beautifully done and styled.
So pretty. I really need to learn to crochet to make some of these.
What a cute idea! I have several leftover yarn chunks that will make great brooches. Thanks for the suggestion and instructions.
Yes, it's the type of cotton yarn that doilies are usually made of.
That is pretty! I have questions too. Is the yarn the cotton type that is used in making a doily? I think I'm going to have to make some of these for Christmas gifts.
I used a hook no. 7, the cotton yarn is old so I am not sure what size it is. I'll post it if I find a similar one with the label on.
Questions…what sized hook? and what sized yarn?