Looking for an easy crochet plant pattern? Try one of these pretty crocheted flowers.
It is cold and in the middle of winter, now is a great time for faux plants. Crochet is a great way to add pops of green and life to your home décor, so today we’ve put together a roundup of 19 easy crochet plant patterns and ideas.
From simple cactus to more elaborate, there’s sure to be a pattern here for everyone! So grab your yarn and hooks, and let’s get crocheting!
There are lots of different amigurumi crocheted flower patterns to choose from. Read the reviews and get ready to start your next project, a flower pattern.
I have found that you need to keep a tight tension for your stuffed crochet cactus to turn out well. Also to get the same size as the pattern designer you need to do a test gauge swatch.
You might want to get plastic eyes for your stuffed crochet flower if you are making a Kawaii version. Amazon is a good place to find them. I got these eyes.
Need some tips on amigurumi? Check out these links.
- Free e-book amigurumi tips
- Amigurumi Beginner Tip Video
- All About Amigurumi – All Ami
- Beginner Amigurumi Video
- Best Amigurumi Tips and Tricks for Doll Faces
- Changing Colors in Amigurumi
- The Best Amigurumi Tips and Tricks!
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Cute Crochet Plant Patterns – Amigurumi
This cactus pattern was soo easy to follow and it came out so cute!!! I just finished and I’m starting on my second. I absolutely love it!!
Turned out wonderful, my daughter loves it and goes so well in her new green and cream bedroom. Easy pattern to follow and create, well written. Thanks
This crochet designer has lots of other crochet plants for you to try.
Lovely pattern, easy to follow, I changed the colour of the pot but very happy with how it turned out! Thank you
Very easy to follow patterns. Came out super cute. I was surprised how easy it was to recreate these fun designs!
LOVE this pattern!! This was so much fun to make and very much appreciated the YouTube video when it came to the arms.
I used a bulk, soft, furry yarn that I thought would make making the puffs hard but it was not a struggle. Made mine more into a sensory pillow for the hubs and he loves it!!!
Adorable pattern!! Very easy to follow and works up beautiful. I used Lily Sugar n Cream in Mod Green.
Instructions were easy to follow. Wide range of flowers choices. I just had to adjust the pot stitches since I found it too wide (using my yarn and hook and tension) and so increased the height and decreased the circumference.
Pattern is great! I made 3 flowers – they all turned out much BIGGER than I expected, but beautiful!
Well written, beginner friendly patterns. The way the pattern is written makes it easy to alter slightly to fit different sized pens. Creative and adorable!
Only thing, is i might suggest people put something heavy in the dirt base, to help with the flower not falling over. However, that might just be due to me using tall pens. Lovely!
Great pattern, really easy to follow and I loved my finished keyring.
Quick easy fun pattern to make. I love cactus’s and this is so cute!!
It‘s a lot of work to he honest, but it‘s absolutely worth it. I followed the German pattern and as you can see, it was fine. Really love the outcome, very good and detailed pattern.
I’m reading the pattern and it’s very well explained. I’ll try to make my own Bloom soon. He looks adorable.
I love the way she turned out!! The pattern was easy to follow, very well written! Thank you so much for your amazing talent!
Make this super cute amigurumi flower pattern. This crochet designer has lots of other adorable amigurumi patterns for you to try.
Well written pattern with a beautiful result.
This hen and chicks pattern looks like the real plant. Very detailed instructions with pictures. I’m looking forward to making this!
Very cute pattern and easy to follow. I did continuous rounds starting with a magic ring instead of joining the rounds, but it came out great!
This one of the first more complex crochet projects I did after learning to make simple chains and single crochets. The pattern was easy to follow and I love how my plant turned out!
This pattern has lots of different cactus patterns for you to try.
I’m going to make a few of these succulents and put them on a large wood slice with other things. 🙂 Right now I’m making one for a pig planter as a gift. 🙂 Easy to read pattern and the leaves look great. 🙂
I’m really happy with this pattern. It was really well written and easy to follow. I was able to whip it up really fast, I’m very happy with the end result.
Made this for a friend and she loved it! I’m a complete beginner to crochet and this was only my second complete make. I needed help reading the pattern but Michael replied to me within hours on Instagram. I’ll be making another for my own shelf!
I only tried the palm tree so far, but I found it quite easy to follow and the end result was beautiful! I did have to add some wire as the top was a bit heavy. Overall I’m very happy and can’t wait to try out more!
This is amazing! I love each pattern. I’ve done 4 plants so far. Everything is so easy to read, and, when I had a question about a yarn color the seller was fast to respond and so kind!
Very happy with the pattern which was easy to follow and quick to make. In lockdown all the garden nurseries were closed, so I couldn’t buy plants – instead I crocheted my own!
great pattern! Gifted this little succulent to my hair stylist. She absolutely loved it!
This crochet designer has several different plant patterns for you to try.
More Free Crochet Plant Patterns
- 14. Free Easy Plant Video
- 15. Succulent Amigurumi Pattern
- 16. Crochet Succulent Free Pattern
- 17. Free Camilla Cactus Pattern – Cute Cacti
- 18. Cuddly Crocheted Cactus Pattern
- 19. Free Crochet Cactus in a Cup Pattern
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I have been crocheting since I was 8 years old. I have 40 plus years of experience. My blogging journey started in 2013 and I have been writing about crafts and crocheting since then. I started blogging full time in 2019.