Wonderful Floral Blankets – Free Crochet Patterns

We can never get enough of free crochet patterns for Wonderful Floral Blankets, right? Obviously! Spring is in full bloom in this part of the world, undoubtedly, and we all feel the need to celebrate its charm with our creative work. This selection of patterns includes three beautiful classics you surely can’t miss. Add them to your library and start getting the yarn ready right away. You are in for a series of relaxing crochet sessions this season! Trus us. It will be so much fun! Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!




If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Blooming Coasters and Dreamy Mandalas.

Springtime Floral Afghan Free Crochet Pattern

This pattern is surely vibrating with fresh charm! If you want to give the good old sofa a new life, throw this colorful blanket on it and watch it pop. We absolutely adore this combination of subtle pastel shades. Will you stick with it? Without a doubt!

Level: beginner Author: Red Heart Design Team

The original pattern is on Yarnspirations. Info about this version and the photos are on Ravelry.

Fruit Garden CAL Free Crochet Pattern

This crochet along theme is so spectacular! If you feel the need to set your inner artist free, this evidently is the opportunity you’ve been looking for. The pattern gives us plenty of room for creative expression, unquestionably! Get your hooks ready right away!

Level: upper beginner Author: Jane Crowfoot

The original pattern is on Stylecraft Yarns. Info about this version and the photos are on Ravelry.

Frida’s Flowers Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

Frida is among the most popular blankets on Ravelry, and we certainly know why! Just look at these beautiful structural flowers! Simple hexagons can be mixed and matched because smaller and bigger motifs complement one another perfectly. Add an interesting border to your version and wait for compliments! It’s a project for experienced crocheters.

Level: intermediate Author: Jane Crowfoot

The original pattern is on Stylecraft Yarns. More info on Ravelry. Info about this version and the photos are on Ravelry.

Fruit Garden CAL Free Crochet Pattern

Fruit Garden CAL is a classic already, without a doubt! Have you ever tried making your own version? This spring will be a perfect time! Can you imagine all the wonderful color combinations that would work for this blanket? So many options here!

Level:  intermediate Author: Yvonne van Zijl, bokkyshome

The original pattern is on Stylecraft Yarns. The photos are on Instagram: bottom photo and top photo.

Nanas Hug Free Crochet Pattern

A charming name for a charming blanket! This is a simple, classic idea for a square-based project that you can easily recreate and customize over and over again. Every crocheter needs a couple of timeless patterns like this one in their library!

Level: upper beginner Author: Helen Shrimpton

The original pattern and the photos are on Crystals and Crochet. More info on Ravelry.

Flora de Flora Free Crochet Pattern

A true masterpiece by super talented author Veronika Liachovic! If you feel inspired at the beginning of 2022, we have a treat for you. This crochet pattern for a decorative square blanket will let you set your creative spirits free.

Level:  intermediate Author: Veronika Liachovic

The original pattern and the photos are on V Crochet Patterns. More info on Ravelry.

Viola Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

Isn’t Viola so elegant? Spring is definitely the time for intricate squares and other ambitious crochet projects. All the fresh creative energy, right? We hope you are feeling it too! The author of this design Jacqui Goulbourn evidently is.

Level:  intermediate Author: Jacqui Goulbourn

The original pattern and the photos are on Hobbii. More info on Ravelry.

7 thoughts on “Wonderful Floral Blankets – Free Crochet Patterns

  1. Thank you for the patterns and what a lot of things you have made, super. Thanks for sharing. Greetings from Els from the Netherlands.

  2. I notice that these beautiful patterns are on a Wool Patterns page. I have never used wool. Is there a great benefit to using yarn as comparted to acrylic yarn for these projects?

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