Stunning Flowery Afghan Squares

Beautiful Flowery Afghan Squares

Afgan squares are one of the most popular crochet projects. It’s because they are versatile – you can make blankets out of them or leave them as decorations. They are great for using scraps of yarn from the previous projects, so there is no waste.

They can be nothing like each other – different colors or even style. You can create patchwork design or a regular one – everything is up to you! Another reason for the never ending popularity of the squares is the fact, that you can adjust them to the current trends. Lately the catchiest Afgan blocks are the ones with fresh and juicy colors – they don’t stop attracting us! Take a look at examples below and search for links to patterns under the pictures.

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Wildflowers Square Free Crochet Pattern

Who doesn’t like wildflowers? I personally wait very impatiently for spring to come and bring some of them into my home – but sadly they wither really fast. However you can make these cute wildflowers square and keep them forever!

  • DESIGNED by Raffaella Tassoni
  • PROJECT TYPE Afgan Block
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL intermediate

Wildflowers Square Free Crochet Pattern

The full article about the free pattern and the photos are here. More info on raverly can be found here.

Coggeshall Square Free Crochet Pattern

This intricate, gorgeous square is really beautiful and so vibrant! Can’t wait to try this pattern, it’s so fun and easy to make, and the result is a lovely blanket or bed spread, that will last for ages!

  • DESIGNED by Jacqui Goulbourn
  • PROJECT TYPE Afgan Block
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL intermediate


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Coggeshall Square Free Crochet Pattern

The full article and the free pattern can be found on raverly here.

Spiral Rings Free Crochet Pattern

This amazing spiral square is so magical and beautiful. Depending on the colors you’ll use, you can end up with totally different look. Just imagine using white and black yarn – it’s going to look like a spiders web, perfect for halloween!

  • DESIGNED by Laurinda Reddig
  • PROJECT TYPE Afgan Block
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL intermediate

Spiral Rings Free Crochet Pattern

The full article about the free pattern and the photos are here. More info on raverly can be found here.


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Forget Me Not Square Free Crochet Pattern

These beautiful block afghans are just a stunning element from which you can start building your blanket. Play with the colors and make your own, one in a kind blankie for you and your friends.

  • DESIGNED by Carmen Heffernan
  • PROJECT TYPE Afgan Block
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL intermediate

Forget Me Not Square Free Crochet Pattern

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Dream Catcher Free Crochet Pattern

If you like mandala motif, this square will make you very happy! It looks like a delicate, stunning dream catcher and the best thing is, you can repeat it and make a beautiful blanket or a bed cape out of it.


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  • DESIGNED by Karen Smith
  • PROJECT TYPE Afgan Block
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL intermediate

Dream Catcher Free Crochet Pattern

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Pennywise Afghan Square Free Crochet Pattern

This classic, beautiful square is an intermediate level, but ambitious beginners can definitely give it a try! It will look lovely as a table decoration, or a blanket.

  • DESIGNED by Diana Krenz
  • PROJECT TYPE Afgan Block
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL intermediate

Pennywise Afghan Square Free Crochet Pattern

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Pennywise Afghan Square

 

Chloris Free Crochet Pattern

This one is called „Chloris” for a good reason. Chloris was a Greek goddess of flowers. And just look at this square! So energizing, so vernal, it’s like looking at a meadow lined with moss and full of beautiful flowers.

  • DESIGNED by Diana Krenz
  • PROJECT TYPE Afgan Block
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL intermediate

Chloris Free Crochet Pattern

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Chloris

 

Morning Glory Free Crochet Pattern

This pattern is really simple (doesn’t look like it, does it?), but a little bit time consuming, therefore beginners will easily make it, but they will need some patience. But it’s worth the while. Those 3D flowers look just adorable, and if you want, you can ad some more squares and make a lovely blanket out of it. 

  • DESIGNED by Diana Krenz
  • PROJECT TYPE Afgan Block
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL intermediate

Morning Glory Free Crochet Pattern

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Morning Glory

 

Rachel’s Flower Afghan Square Free Crochet Pattern

This beautiful afgan square has a romantic soul with the purple yarns and a touch of shades of green. It definitely resembles the boho style. It will look amazing in the vintage interiors full of rays of the sun rushing into the room and falling on the flowers. There are a lot of details that you can apply to make it very intricate and elegant.

  • DESIGNED by Diana Krenz
  • PROJECT TYPE Afgan Block
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL intermediate/advanced

Rachel's Flower Afghan Square free crochet pattern

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Rachel’s Flower Afghan Square

 

Mrs. Lukas Crochet Pattern

This Afgan block makes use of many different stitches, shapes and contrasting colors. All that makes it a very interesting and eye catching piece of art. In that kind of crochet work you can use surprising combinations of colors, or play with a multicolored yarn – all in one square. It can give a really great effect, just allow your imagination to create this amazing things! This is a paid pattern.

  • DESIGNED by Diana Krenz
  • PROJECT TYPE Afgan Block
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL intermediate/advanced

Mrs. Lukas crochet pattern

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Mrs. Lukas

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