Free Baby’s Breath Flower Crochet Pattern

Baby’s breath is commonly found in a lot of bouquets as a filler flower. They’re white, fluffy, and they’re relatively cheap. I used A LOT of baby’s breath for my wedding, so I had to include them in this tiny flower crochet bouquet.   

This baby’s breath flower crochet pattern is part FOUR of a 4-part (tiny) recreation of my wedding bouquet. Here’s where you can find the rest of the components of the bouquet:

Free Baby’s Breath Flower Crochet Pattern

Free Baby's Breath Flower Crochet Pattern

If you would like to make everything from the crochet bouquet and want to know what materials you will need to create the entire thing, head over to the introduction page!

The difficulty level of this pattern is Easy and this pattern is written in US crochet terminology.

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ch: chain
sc: single crochet
dc: double crochet
inc: two single crochet in one stitch
dec: invisible decrease, single crochet two stitches together through the front loops only
sl st: slip stitch
(…) x # : repeat anything in the parenthesis however many times the number indicates
[#]: total number of stitches for that row
#sc: one sc in the following # stitches


**KnitPicks has discontinued the colours I used in these patterns, so here’s what I would suggest you swap to if you still plan on using Knitpicks Curio #10:

  • Spearmint --> Jalapeno
  • Cornmeal --> Canary or Tumeric (Tumeric is a very close match to what I used, but I feel like the brightness of the Canary would make the bouquet look more cheerful and fun)
  • Sagebrush --> Pistachio (it’s not the best match, but it’s the closest to what I used that is currently available)
  • Bluebell --> Blue
  • Ciel --> Clarity
Alternatively, if you want more colour options, you could try using embroidery floss. I compared the DMC 6-strand embroidery floss to the Knitpicks Curio #10 and it is slightly thicker than the Curio #10. So if you were to go this route, you may need to use a 1.50mm crochet hook instead of the 1.25 and the resulting bouquet would be slightly bigger (but not by too much). Just keep in mind that most embroidery floss is designed to split so it will be more difficult to crochet with.

Baby’s Breath Flowers (Make 4)

with Spearmint Curio thread

1 5sc in magic circle [5]
2 sc in all sts [5]
switch to White Curio thread
3 sc in all sts [5]
4 (sl st, ch 1, dc, sc) in the next st x 5, sl st to the first st [5 petals]
Fasten off, weave the white tails in and trim off. Leave a long green tail to wrap around your wire, roughly 5 inches long for 3 of the flowers, and 15 inches for the last one. Weave the green threads through the centre of the flower to ensure that it comes out from the centre.


  • Cut 4 pieces of floral wire to the following lengths: 1 x 4.5 in., 3 x 1 in.
  • Dab a little bit of glue onto the end of the 4.5-inch wire and insert it into the centre of one of the flowers that has a shorter tail end.
  • Glue and wrap the long thread around the top of the wire, making sure to cove 1/2-3/4 inch of the wire. Repeat for all the flowers.
Free Baby's Breath Flower Crochet Pattern Step 5
  • Match the exposed wires from the longest stem with one of the shorter ones (NOT the one with the super long tail). Glue and wrap the wires together, making sure to wrap about 1/4-1/2 inch of the wires.
Free Baby's Breath Flower Crochet Pattern Step 6

  • Continue gluing and wrapping the rest of the flowers around the main wire, making sure to end with the flower with the 15-inch tail.
Free Baby's Breath Flower Crochet Pattern Step 7
  • Glue and wrap the rest of the stem with the 15-inch tail from the final flower and trim off at the end. If you need to trim the wire to make sure you have a neat end, do so after the glue dries.
Free Baby's Breath Flower Crochet Pattern Complete

You have just finished your baby’s breath bunch! Arrange all of the flowers together and wrap with a small piece of burlap and some twine to create a cute little tiny bouquet.

Please leave me a comment down below (or contact me) if you have any questions about this pattern. I would also love to see your creation so don’t forget to tag me (@olliehollycrochet) on Instagram or use the #olliehollycrochet! Please let me know in the comments what you would like to see next!

If you find any mistakes in the pattern, please contact me and let me know! I do my best to catch my mistakes when I edit my patterns but I sometimes miss the little things.

You may sell products made from this pattern in small quantities but please clearly credit the design to me, Abby Sy of Ollie + Holly and provide a link to my blog  Permission is NOT granted for mass production or factory manufacturing of any kind.  Thank you for being respectful and for your understanding!

18 thoughts on “Free Baby’s Breath Flower Crochet Pattern

  1. Jessica says:

    I was going to be using double the thickness of the yarn; would I also double the gauge of the wire used?
    Thanks for the help 😀

    • Abby says:

      Hi Jessica,

      I would just cut a wire that’s double the length, and bend it half way to double up on the wire. I find that thicker wire makes the flowers look a bit clunky.

      Hope this helps!

  2. Michael Chapman says:

    Any way you could make a video of this? I’m still new and don’t understand exactly where stitches are supposed to go in yet.

  3. Amy Gonzales says:

    I am trying to make these and they are beautiful just wanted to ask if i should be slip stitching after the rounds? TIA

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