Spectacular Afghan Squares Free Crochet Patterns

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Are you familiar with Sophie’s Garden? Undoubtedly, it’s legendary! This spring we are ready to play with Spectacular Afghan Squares! These multicolor crochet wonders are must-haves on every crocheter’s to-do list. The patterns we want to share with you today are created by Dedri Uys, the unquestioned queen of intricate squares, Sophie’s Garden included. She is certainly an author whose artistry we all admire. If you are not in love with her afghan squares yet, this post will change that, without a doubt! Check out these free patterns under the links below and don’t forget to follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!

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If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Beautiful Flower Hexagons and Mosaic Pattern Blankets.

Lykke Square Free Crochet Pattern

This square is truly breathtaking, undoubtedly! Beautiful floral motifs, dreamy pastel colors…this is not just a crochet pattern, this is real poetry! Karen Adendorff amazed us with her creativity and skills. Are you ready to amaze yourself?

Level: intermediate Author: Karen Adendorff

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The original pattern and the photos are available on A HankiDori Day here. More info on Ravelry here.

Kinship Square Free Crochet Pattern

This afghan square takes our breath away! Do you feel the same? It is no surprise since it was designed by the one and only Dedri Uys. If you want to follow in the queen’s footsteps, gather some colorful yarn and start working on this exciting pattern. Your afghan will surely be amazing!

Level: intermediate Author: Dedri Uys

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The original pattern and the photos are available on Look at What I Made here. More info on Ravelry here.

Sophie’s Garden Free Crochet Pattern

Some afghan squares are like pieces of art. Complex, intricate, just beautiful. Sophie’s Garden is certainly one of them! The floral center with oriental petal-like motifs, colorful circles, and all these little details… so stunning! It is evidently an option for experienced crocheters, but who doesn’t like a little challenge? Find the color palette for your afghan squares and get going!

Level: intermediate Author: Dedri Uys

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The original pattern is available on Look at What I Made here. More info on Ravelry here. Info about this version by Crissii1959 and the photos are on Ravelry here.

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