Beautiful Squares with Floral Motifs – Free Crochet Patterns

Welcome welcome, crochet lovers! How are your summer projects going? Maybe, by any chance, you are currently out of ideas for squares? We all know that a self-respecting yarn crafter can’t live without Beautiful Squares with Floral Motifs. They are the base of our most precious projects, without a doubt. These three exceptional examples will certainly inspire you to create wonders. You will surely be surprised at how simple they are to work on! Let’s find out! Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!

If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Chic Shawls and Lacy Cardigans.

Hello Autumn Granny Square Free Crochet Pattern

Who is getting ready to say hello to autumn with their crochet hook? Keep calm, there is still plenty of time left! Nevertheless, you surely should save this awesome pattern by Crochet Hooks and Magic to your library right away. You can’t risk forgetting about it, right? Better safe than sorry!

Level: upper beginner Author: Crochet Hooks and Magic

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Woodland Bloom Square Free Crochet Pattern

What a subtle lacy wonder! If you like patterns for floral crochet squares that are delicate and create lightweight blankets and afghans, this one is surely a must-have for you. Srividya Ganapathy is such a talent, undoubtedly!

Level: upper beginner Author: Srividya Ganapathy

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Arbour Day Free Crochet Pattern

These squares with floral motifs are so charming and packed with positive energy. We mean, who doesn’t adore colors as bright and feminine as those chosen by the author? They bring this pattern by Jen Tyler to life!

Level: intermediate Author: Jen Tyler

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Vincent Square Free Crochet Pattern

Beautiful colors and original designs! This is exactly what we love about these crochet squares by brilliant Anna Nilsson. How pretty is this combination of orange, pink, and violet? We totally see it on our tables in the coming season!

Level: intermediate Author: Anna Nilsson

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