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8 Best Romantic Rose Blanket Ideas [Free Crochet Patterns]

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Have you ever wanted to crochet a rosebud? Spring is evidently near, everything is coming to life, and we start to see sprouting buds everywhere. Today’s collection is all about beautiful flowers. Crochet Rosebud Ideas will surely inspire you to create something fresh! These designs are great for everybody with basic crochet skills. So, do you need a challenge? Obviously! 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 Crochet Flowers and Spring Shawls.

free crochet rose blanket patterns

1. Endless Roses Blanket

I love unusual designs that go beyond our idea of a particular item, such as a blanket, a pillow, or a garment. This crochet project from JTcreations starts as a flower applique but then transforms into a blanket. This thick structural piece can also be used as a rug or a decoration. Let your imagination guide you and try it.

Level: beginner Author: JTcreations

crochet flowers white and pink

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2. Sophia Rose’s Blanket

Take time to smell the roses today! And to crochet rosebuds, of course! This precious blanket is going to be a treat for every passionate crocheter willing to celebrate spring. We don’t even have to tell you that this pattern is a keeper, do we?

Level: upper beginner Author: Lisa Hooper

Rose Blanket Squares

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3. Damascus Rosebud

Delicate flowers on a plain white background? This is the essence of pure elegance, without a doubt! Sprinkle to rosebuds around your blankets, bedspreads, and throws this spring. Your house deserves some fresh energy! What color will you go for?

Level: upper beginner Author: Capitanne crochet

Rosebud Stitch

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4. Rosebud Throw 

Tunisian crochet and cross-stitch, wow! This is undoubtedly such an amazing combination for ambitious crocheters. If you have never tried anything like that before, now is the time to start thinking about a new blooming project.

Level: advanced Author: Glenda Winkleman

Rosebud Throw

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5. Rosebud Stitch 

Colorful horizontal stripes and sweet roses, this is a match made in heaven! If you love structural blankets as we do, this stitch is certainly going to make your heart beat faster. Try it right away and keep it in your pattern library. You will surely keep coming back to it!

Level: intermediate Author: MYpicot

Rosebud Stitch

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6. Rose Granny Square 

Retro vibes and rose petals! This combination is a dream come true for every crafter! After all, we all love to make the world around us more beautiful. Will you use Roseanna Murray’s instructions to crochet a throw or a decorative pillow?

Level: upper beginner Author: Roseanna Murray

Rose Granny Square

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7. Stop and Crunch the Roses 

This is a perfect pattern for a TV night! Or for a long evening on the patio, once the warm weather gets here for good. If you crochet a lot of baby blankets or gifts, you should certainly add this project by Emma Wilkinson to your collection.

Level: upper beginner Author: Emma Wilkinson

Crochet Blanket

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8. Dainty Rose Blanket 

A wonderful crochet rose blanket by kates.crochet.creations! It is time to let the roses bloom on your blankets, afghans, and bedspreads. If you have never used floral squares before, discovering their magic is certainly going to be a beautiful adventure.

Level: upper beginner Author: Katy Mitchell/kates.crochet.creations

Crochet Rose Blanket

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  1. I’m really a knitter the crochet is interesting but aside for cat mice and the one or too giraffes
    I prefer to Knit

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