Flowers and crochet blankets always go togehter! And some projects cannot go unnoticed. Crocheters all around the world are trying to create something new with iconic patterns. Why? Because it’s the best way to let your creativity shine! We have found Stunning Crochet Flower Blankets in new versions which are simply beautiful.
These designs use hexagons and squares to create afghans, so keep in mind how easy it is to customize them. All you need to do is to change the quantity of the blocks used, and this way you can make a baby blanket or a king-sized bedspread. These two classic designs use flowers as their main motif, and it’s certainly a great idea. Making these projects require some skills, so I recommend them to advanced crocheters. 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!
African Violet Afghan Free Crochet Pattern
This is not just an afghan, this is a wonderful crochet net blanket blooming with yellow flowers. The combination of deep violet and bright sunny shade is so one of a kind. This pattern is the definition of spring, fresh and exciting.
Level: intermediate Author: Kristen Stoltzfus
Frida’s Flowers Blanket Free Crochet Pattern
This blanket looks like a blooming meadow in the middle of spring. Each hexagon has a flower at the center, therefore this pattern takes some time. It also guarantees a stunning effect in return for your motivation. Sounds like a great deal, doesn’t it?
Level: advanced Author: Jane Crowfoot
Sophie’s Dream Free Crochet Pattern
This is the crème de la crème of blanket patterns! A legendary design that has been recreated hundreds of times already. The beautiful floral motif in this project uses post stitches to create one of a kind texture. You should certainly add this must-have to your crochet library!
Level: advanced Author: Dedri Uys
Sunflower CAL Free Crochet Pattern
Can anyone resist the sunflower energy? We certainly can’t! We also can’t wait to see the yellow fields bloom. Before that happens though, we will make our patios and couches bloom thanks to this pattern by Susan Pan.
Level: intermediate Author: Susan Pan
The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry here.