A girl is sitting on a bed with a crocheted blanket.

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Photos: AnnabelsArmoire
Photos: AnnabelsArmoire
This blanket is made of 12″ Flower Burst Squares. The whole blanket has 24 big squares, 6 down. Of course you can easily adjust the size by adding an additional row  of squares or more. This is a great project for the beginner and advanced crocheter alike, and produces a very useful, yet beautiful article that can also be a wonderful gift.
Link to the free pattern is below.
Photos: AnnabelsArmoire
Photos: AnnabelsArmoire
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Flower Burst Square- Free Crochet Pattern is >>here<<.  For more photos, yarn and hook details for whole blanket go on Ravelry.  Don’t forget to Like us on Facebook. Share your ideas and your work on our Facebook group!

 

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  1. Angela malo says:

    please could you tell me how much wool did you use I would like to make it for granddaughter for her single bed irealy love it thanks angela

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