Boho Flower Afghans Free Crochet Patterns

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What are you going to work on this summer? How about these crochet patterns for Boho Flower Afghans? If you are one of the crafters who love inspirations coming from mother nature, you will be so excited about these designs. We have been looking for afghans that vibrate with boho charm, vitality, and fresh beauty of summer. The examples we’ve found, designed by two very experienced authors, evidently check all the boxes. Will you follow Lee Sartori or Dedri Uys first? Let us know! Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!

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If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Puffy Floral Squares and Charming Flower Squares.

Spring Curtsy Afghan Free Crochet Pattern

Who is looking for a challenge this summer? We all are, obviously! This beautiful mixture of complex stitches will amaze everyone around you. If you are a crocheter with experience who is into floral motifs, the afghan by Lee Sartori will conquer your heart.

Level: intermediate Author: Lee Sartori

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The original free pattern is available on Lee Sartori’s website here. More info and the photos on Ravelry here.

Charlotte’s Dream Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

Charlotte is all about color this season, evidently! If you’ve already tried the Charlotte square pattern by Dedri Uys, you certainly recognize this floral wonder. Guess what? Its brilliant designer has transformed it into a pretty summer blanket! Decorative and lightweight, it will look so good on your porch.

Level: intermediate Author: Dedri Uys

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The original free pattern is available on Dedri Uys‘s website here. More info and the photos on Ravelry here.

Charlotte Free Crochet Pattern

This design has a beautiful floral center and a classic form. You will surely find this abundance of stunning stitches quite impressive! You can use this gem by Dedri Uys in so many ways. Make a bunch and join them into an afghan or use one as a centerpiece and continue making rows to achieve the desired size. If you are after something more intricate, look up!

Level: intermediate Author: Dedri Uys

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The original free pattern is available on Dedri Uys‘s website here. More info and the photos on Ravelry here.

 

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