We are discovering free blanket patterns In the Crochet Garden today! Come with us and sit comfortably among the flowers. This mini-collection celebrates spring in the most beautiful way, undoubtedly. These afghans are created with blocks full of flowers that surround us with faeries of colors. There are a lot of different kinds of blocks here – hexagons, squares, and interesting Moroccan tile shapes. If you decide to make one of these afghans and gift it to someone you love, it will surely be cherished by this person forever. Choose the colors you love the most or create totally new and interesting color combinations. These patterns are for seasoned crocheters, but don’t be intimidated and try taking it slowly – one tile at a time. Check out the free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
Flower Meadow Blanket Free Crochet Pattern
This blanket is blue and truly heavenly! If you like classic patterns with unusual twists, you should certainly consider crocheting this floral wonder this season. If you have always wanted to try moss stitch, here it is at its absolute finest.
Level: intermediate Author: Tonya Bush
Knitcraft Water Garden CAL Free Crochet Pattern
Lots of different flowers on the tiles of this lovely afghan make it look really abundant and eye-catching! You can arrange colors and structures in any way you want to suit your fabulous taste and your interior decor. What will you go for this time?
Level: intermediate Author: The Wee House of Crochet & Lyndas Craft Room
Moroccan Garden Free Crochet Pattern
This Morrocan tile has a beautiful elongated shape. This afghan evidently stands out from the crowd as beautiful flowers pop, and the natural background makes them even more spectacular. What a classy design!
Level: intermediate Author: Projectarian
Flower Garden Blanket Free Crochet Pattern
A couple of different square designs always make up for a really nice flower blanket. All of these squares are quite easy to make, so try it today! You don’t need much experience and you can finally use up all the leftover yarn. Isn’t this design so lovely?
Level: upper beginner Author: Lynne Rowe