Pansy and Violet Patterns

This collection of pansy patterns gives you several project ideas to try or get inspiration from for your pansy or violet-related needs!


Pansy Wreath Doily Pattern
Pansy Patch Doily pattern
pansy doily pattern
double pansy doily pattern
Pansy Wheel Doily pattern
violet doily
Pansy Doily Pattern


pansy edging and insertion pattern
pansy edging pattern
pansy handkerchief edging pattern
wide violet edging pattern
narrow violet edging pattern
african violet edging pattern


pansy pot holder pattern
pansies pot holder pattern
pansies hot plate set pattern


pansy doily luncheon set
pansies refreshment set pattern
Pansy Chairback set pattern
pansy pillow




Pansy Flower Pattern

The common names "pansy" and "violet" are often used interchangeably. When a distinction is made, plants considered to be pansies have four petals pointing upwards, and only one pointing down. Violets have three petals pointing up and two pointing down. The name pansy is derived from the French word pensée "thought", and was imported into Late Middle English as a name of viola in the mid 15th century, as the flower was regarded as a symbol of remembrance. Modern horticulturalists tend to use the term "pansy" for those multi-colored large-flowered hybrids that are grown for bedding purposes every year, while "viola" is usually reserved for smaller, more delicate annuals and perennials.


crochet pansy pattern