There are so many beautiful, free patterns for crochet squares out there, right? In the coming season, let’s explore lacy, subtle designs. Today’s Lace Motif Squares are very feminine and elegant. They also have a great texture! They are pretty easy to make too, so if you’re planning on crocheting a basic blanket, you’ll whip them up in no time. Moreover, you can mix them with solid squares to achieve an even more interesting look. Also, try these squares for a cushion or a bag. And for quick gifts, why don’t you make a set of coasters in different shades? The possibilities are endless! Check out these free patterns under the links below and don’t forget to follow us on our Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
free crochet lacy block patterns
Ferris Wheel Throw
This super clever design from Lisa will blow your mind. Not only is it a stunning motif, but it’s also worked in a continuous way. What does it mean? It means no ends to weave in and a seamless join! Lisa’s project works great as a singular decor, but also as a part of the bigger whole.
Level: upper beginner Author: Lisa Hounshell
photo by Lisa Hounshell / ravelry.com
Sun Baked Tiles
These colors are the essence of autumn! Warm and so sense-soothing, they will make you feel delightful during all the cold months ahead of us. If you want to start learning how to crochet lacy squares, DROPS design has got you covered.
Level: upper beginner Author: DROPS design
Hello there, crochet-loving sweethearts! Let’s start the day with the next stunning pattern by Julia Hart. It is not a secret that we are crazy about this author and we keep waiting for more from her, right? You certainly feel the same! How will you use this intricate wonder? Let us know!
Level: intermediate Author: Julia Hart
Summer Sorbet Blanket
Who is in the mood for some sorbet? Autumn is definitely right around the corner, therefore it is time to start working on lightweight accessories for all the evenings we are going to spend thinking about our summer memories. How about this beautiful design? We think it is so charming!
Level: upper beginner Author: Clarisabeth Lopez Rodriguez
Cotton Neat Motif
This beautiful afghan block has a lacy flower motif, the kind we all know and adore! It would look fantastic in a blanket, obviously, but this motif is also great for table-setting accessories like coasters, placemats, or doilies. What will you go for this time?
Level: upper beginner Author: Pierrot Yarns (Gosyo Co., Ltd.)
Midnight Walk Square
This lacy pattern looks charming and so delicate. It works so well with all kinds of yarn in pastel colors! It has a nice texture and a sweet vibe to it, so you can use it for baby blankets or decorative cushions for your little girl’s bedroom.
Level: upper beginner Author: Helena Molinsky
Victorian Dream Square
Pink and delightful! This lacy afghan square designed by Cindy Arman really is dreamy, isn’t it? If you like subtle accessories in your bedroom and living room, you will certainly be interested in this pattern. It will also be great for nurseries!
Level: upper beginner Author: Cindy Arman
We love this one-of-a-kind mix of lively colors! Anna Moore is an exceptional artist, evidently. If you want to recreate her awesome pattern, get equipped with your favorite shades of yarn and follow the instructions. It will be relaxing and fun!
Level: intermediate Author: Anna Moore
This project by Healing Hook Crochet is stunning! We fell in love with this author’s Instagram feed. It’s time for you to do the same! If you are a fan of decorative squares, you definitely need this pattern in your library. So pretty!
Level: intermediate Author: Healing Hook Crochet
Day By The Sea
Spectacular, isn’t it? Our jaws dropped when we first saw this wonderful pattern by the one and only team behind DROPS design. We love what it looks like in the classic shade of beige. What do you think? We are curious!
Level: intermediate Author: DROPS design
Cherry Blossom Square
Cherry blossom doesn’t stop inspiring artists all around the world! Have you already used this wonderful motif in one of your crochet projects this spring? If you haven’t, this is a great opportunity. The step-by-step tutorial by Kristines Crochets is what we all needed!
Level: intermediate Author: Kristines Crochets
Little Lacey Square
Little. lacy, lovely! This crochet pattern just released by the wonderful author behind The Loopy Stitch has charmed us the second we saw it. Can you already imagine all the projects you will make this spring using these colorful gems?
Level: intermediate Author: The Loopy Stitch
Oh, we love vintage vibes and flower motifs more than anything! You can imagine how excited we are about this crochet pattern recently released by the super-talented author behind Annie Design Crochet. Will you try it this summer?
Level: intermediate Author: Annie Design Crochet
The original pattern and the photos are on Annie Design Crochet.
There is pure beauty in this crochet pattern by awesome designer Mark Roseboom! If you are looking for ideas for a precious handmade gift that will surprise your loved ones, this is definitely it. All the colors bring in so much positive energy!
Level: intermediate Author: Mark Roseboom