Free crochet patterns for flower squares are here! Have you considered how many uses there are for simple granny squares? You will have fun deciding which ones to make because they range from cushions to bags, coasters to place mats and a lot more. These Incredible Flower Squares are for seasoned crocheters as the patterns are fairly intricate. However even if you`re a beginner the squares are a great way of learning and also practising new stitches. They provide a texture as well as a character to your designs making these flower squares certainly stunning pieces. Therefore whether you use them for a blanket or other projects they will definitely impress your friends and family. Check out these free patterns under the links below and don’t forget to follow us on Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
Tropical Delight Free Crochet Pattern
This amazing square is a real feast for the eyes. The center unfolds with beautiful petals that create depth and texture. Do you want to crochet your own version? Follow the instructions by Susan A. Stevens!
Level: intermediate Author: Susan A. Stevens
Maybellene Free Crochet Pattern
This delicate and lacy design combines timeless beauty and an interesting texture. You can use pastel or bold colors to highlight the details. Oh, how we love free crochet patterns by flower squares. And all the other patterns by Polly Plum!
Level: intermediate Author: Polly Plum
Oriental Flower Square Free Crochet Pattern
So pretty! This square designed by super talented Johanna Lindahl is taking our breath away. We love this combination of rich colors. Pink, blue and yellow really complete one another here. Will you recreate this gem in one of your projects?
Level: intermediate Author: Johanna Lindahl
Jardines de Berna Square Free Crochet Pattern
A beautiful name for a beautiful crochet square designed by Sandra Salas! If you are in the mood to get creative but feel like you are lacing inspiration, you should certainly explore this author’s work. The floral motifs are so romantic!
Level: intermediate Author: Sandra Salas
The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry.