Hello there, cuties! No matter if you choose a single shade or a multicolor option, these crochet patterns for Intricate Squares for Afghans will let you create something that will amaze everyone. Trust us! We have created this selection of crochet blocks for experienced crocheters. If you are looking for a new challenge, one of these squares will surely meet your expectations. Autumn is the time for crafts, undoubtedly! Grab the hook! Check out the free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
Mimosa Free Crochet Pattern
This afghan square is so elegant! Can you imagine how wonderful this texture must feel? This intricate crochet square will surely look beautiful as a decorative accent in your next blanket or throw. Anne Vierimaa is a real artist, without a doubt!
Level: intermediate Author: Anne Vierimaa
Grape Hyacinth Square Free Crochet Pattern
This structural square is so pretty with the circular flower-like center and beautiful borders. Do you like floral motifs? Yes! Gradually darkening colors are what give it this intriguing depth. So sophisticated, isn’t it? Your afghan will be too!
Level: intermediate Author: Anna Nilsson
Traveling Afghan Crochet Square #6 Free Crochet Pattern
It takes a real crochet master to create a single-colored flower square that catches our attention like this one, without a doubt. If you love minimalist accessories that have a twist, this afghan will be your dream come true. It was for us!
Level: intermediate Author: Lee Sartori
Lauren Rose Block Free Crochet Pattern
If you are a crocheter with some experience, beginner-friendly projects may not excite you that much anymore. You should certainly think about making an intricate afghan! There is a lot of beautiful afghan blocks, but this one is one of the nicest. Would you agree?
Level: intermediate Author: Pam Knighton-Haener
Constellation of Life Square Free Crochet Pattern
Such an intricate wonder by Evelin Karu! If you are familiar with the work of this super talented author, you are probably already preparing to start working on this square. Will you add it to the blanket you’re working on now?
Level: intermediate Author: Evelin Karu
The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry.