Afghans made with little crochet squares are surely among our favorites. Small rectangles give a lot of space for experimentation, as you can play with its colors and arrange them as you wish. Today’s collection is called Pretty Little Squares and features three floral designs that you will love!
Some of them are easy, others require some crocheting skills, but we are sure you will find something for yourself. Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
Little Squares Free Crochet Patterns
1. Bobble Drops Granny Square
What a charming set of puffy squares! This texture must feel so nice. If you are looking for a beginner-friendly granny square, this one is certainly worth trying. Written by Erangi Udeshika, a real crocheting star, it is a must-have in every pattern library.
Level: upper beginner Author: Erangi Udeshika
2. Eve’s Sunflowers
Create an amazing, vibrant garden of crochet flowers with these beautiful squares in various sizes. This pattern written by Catherine Bligh is so popular. Join the glorious crowd and make your own version this spring!
Level: intermediate Author: Catherine Bligh
3. The every-trunk-has-one Blanket
Granny square is always a good idea! Colorful granny afghans are cute and easy, certainly suited for crocheting newbies. Can you feel the retro vibes in this project? It is so fun to make and works up fast!
Level: upper beginner Author: Carle’ Dehning
4. Retro Vibe Square
The mix of black and vibrant colors is exactly what we love! This simple floral pattern looks so cool on a plain background in a neutral color. Try your own combination of shades, your imagination and fabulous taste will surely guide you!
Level: upper beginner Author: Johanna Lindahl
5. Vintage Lace Granny Square
Beginners, you are lucky because vintage lacy squares are very easy to make! These beauties by Andrea feature basic stitches only, including double crochet clusters similar to granny stitches.
Level: beginner Author: Andrea Vu
photos by ndrainwooldeland/ instagram.com
6. Sunbeams Granny Square
The center of Karen’s simple square can be whatever you want because it reminds me of a flower, a star, and a mountain all at once. As you can see in the photo, front post stitches worked in the round add structure to this otherwise simple project.
Level: upper beginner Author: Karen Tate
photos by Karen Tate / ravelry.com
You can find this pattern on ravelry.com.