Lacy squares have more in common with doilies than afghan blocks because they are so decorative. If you take a look at these Exquisite Crochet Squares you will certainly know what I mean. They are delicate and intricate however quite easy to crochet. Being a beginner shouldn`t prevent you from trying these patterns. You can definitely hone your skills while creating something extra special. These squares can be used as stand-alone projects. For example, become a centerpiece on a table or you can even hang it on a wall as beautiful art. Moreover, if you join the squares into an afghan – it will surely create that trendy vintage vibe. Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
Vintage Star Crocheted Square Free Crochet Pattern
The neutral color and stunning floral motif. These are the two factors that make this design stand out from the crowd. Veronika Cromwell must be the queen of retro vibes, without a doubt. Do you see a table runner like that in your house? It would look so lovely!
Level: intermediate Author: Veronika Cromwell
Wispweave Square Free Crochet Pattern
This unique square has an intricate design as well as a beautiful texture. You can use it as a stand-alone piece and such decoration will surely wow your guests. What color will you go for this time? So many tempting possibilities, right?
Level: intermediate Author: Julia Hart
Rustic Lace Square Free Crochet Pattern
This subtle lacy square looks intricate but it`s actually pretty easy to crochet. How convenient, right? Girl, yes! Mix and match the colors to join it in an afghan or make a statement table runner for special occasions.
Level: beginner Author: Crochet Tea Party
Flower Pop Square Free Crochet Pattern
We love nothing more than lacy motifs and energizing colors! Kamila Silcock evidently enjoys this combination as well. If you have plenty of colorful yarn to play with, you will have so much fun. If you don’t, order some right away!
Level: upper beginner Author: Kamila Silcock
The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry.