Unleash your creativity and create beautiful crochet succulents with this huge collection of free patterns! We have included a String of Pearls, Aloe Vera, Cacti, Lithops (Stone Plants), Christmas cactus, Ruffled Echeveria, Wax Agave, Snake Plant, Burro’s Tail, Ghost Plant Succulent, Spoon Jade, Turkish Rosularia and many more. With these patterns, you can make any type of succulent that you can imagine. Let your creativity flow and create something unique and breathtaking!
Free Crochet Succulent Patterns
Designed by Rebecca Langford, this desktop succulent is crocheted with Aran Weight / Medium Weight Yarn and a 3.75 mm (F) crochet hook. When complete it measures 6 inches wide and 3 inches tall. I love how it looks with the real rock soil!
Colored Crochet Succulent
Available from Bethany Dearden, this colored crochet succulent looks lovely in a small pot all by itself. It was crocheted with Aran / Medium Weight Yarn and a 3.75 mm (F) crochet hook. The free pattern includes a round tip succulent and a sharp tip succulent.
Available from DMC, this fantastic little succulent garden includes patterns for a Cactus, Burro’s tail succulent, ghost plant succulent, string of pearls succulent, hyperbolic cactus, spoon jade succulent and a Turkish Rosularia succulent. These were all crocheted with DMC Natura Just Cotton and a 2.5 mm crochet hook. Make a wonderful succulent garden or pot them individually.
Available from Elisa’s Crochet, this succulent set includes patterns for a 3 cacti (in multiple sizes) and the soil for the pot. These were all crocheted with Medium weight Yarn and a 3.5 mm (E) crochet hook.
Crochet Succulent DIY
Available from Erica at 5 Little Monsters, this adorable little succulent pattern (plus 2 more succulents) and the pattern for the soil used in the pot was crocheted with Worsted Weight Yarn  and a 4 mm (G) crochet hook. I love her DIY painted mason jars too!
Crochet Succulent Trio
Available from the Yarnspiration Design Studio, this trio of crocheted plants includes an Aloe Vera, Snake Plant and a Succulent. They are crocheted with Worsted Weight / Medium Weight Yarn and a 4 mm (G) crochet hook. This makes a cute little set of plants when complete.
Moulded Wax Agave
Available from Crocheted Succulents, this free pattern excerpt for a Moulded Wax Agave was designed by Emma Varnam. crocheted with Light Fingering Weight Yarn  and a 3.5 mm (E) crochet hook. The finished succulent measures approximately 2.75 inches in diameter.
Crochet Cactus Garden
Available from Spotlight Australia, this free pattern was designed by Artefacts Crochet Design. Crocheted with DK Weight Yarn  and a 4 mm (G) crochet hook. The garden includes 5 different plants: Echinopsis (Round Cactus), Fenestraria (Straight Cactus), Ruffled Echeveria, Lithops (Stone Plant), Schlumbergerer (Christmas Cactus) and the soil and pot! Love this one!
Don’t settle for a store-bought succulent. Create your own and make it uniquely yours with crochet! We’ve got tons of free patterns to choose from.
More Succulent Crochet Patterns
- String of Pearls Hanging Succulent by Evelyn Stowe. DK Weight Yarn and 4.25 mm (G) hook. Get the pattern here.
- Kawaii Succulent Amigurumi by Stringy DingDing. Medium Weight Yarn and a 4 mm (G) hook. Get the pattern here.
- Crochet Succulents by Paint it Colorful. Your yarn and hook of choice. Get the pattern here.
- Cacti and Succulents by Yoors. Includes Tall Cactus, Aloe Vera, Round Cactus, Echeveria, String of Pearls Plant. Worsted Weight Yarn and a 3.5 mm (E) hook. Get the free patterns here.
- Succulent Plant by Elsie Pop. Fingering Weight Yarn  and a 3.0 mm crochet hook. Get the pattern here.
- Sedum Adolphii (Golden Glow) Succulent Crochet Pattern by Ollie+Holly. DK Weight Yarn and a 2.5 mm hook. Get the pattern here.
- Mini Crochet Succulent by Love Life Yarn. DK Weight Yarn and a 3 mm (D) crochet hook. Get the pattern here.
Ready to add some green to your life? Crochet your own succulents! We’ve got a huge collection of free patterns for you to try.
How to Crochet a Succulent
Succulents have become so popular and you can now make them yourself with crochet! Check out our free collection of crochet succulent patterns and get creative. #succulents #crochet #diy