Green Tea Block Free Crochet Pattern

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Floral Square motifs are a great way to crochet building blocks for larger projects. They work equally well as blankets, afghans, or even as part of smaller projects like cushions or clothing. Below, you will find one of the most beautiful patterns for flower blocks.

Green Tea Block Free Crochet Pattern

The Green Tea Block stands out with its rich texture and vivid colors. This pattern can be used to make a decorative cushion cover, a wall hanging or a centerpiece for a blanket or a tote bag.  The finished size is 19 1/2″ x 19 1/2 ” (50 cm x 50 cm) after blocking. A link to free patterns is under the photos.

Skills: Easy     Designer: Jen Tyler

Green Tea Block

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Green Tea Block

Guinevere 12 Square Free Crochet Pattern

The Guinevere square is a floral crochet building block, with a floral center that is reminiscent of mandalas and mandala squares. It’s an easy project, despite the fact that it looks intricate and very fancy. This is one of these patterns that gives you a lot of room to play with in terms of colors and color combinations. A link to free patterns is under the photos.

Skills: Easy     Designer: Lisa Mauser

Guinevere 12 Square

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Guinevere 12″ Square

Imagine Afghan Block Free Crochet Pattern

Here is another afghan block by Polly Plum. The rich texture gives it a 3D apearance. The sky’s the limit in terms of color choice, and like the above square, this one’s also 12′ inches on a side. Why not work with your color choices and combine the two? A link to the free pattern is at the end of the post.

Skills:  Intermediate      Designer:  Polly Plum

Imagine Afghan Block Free Crochet Pattern

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Imagine Afghan Block

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5 Comments

  1. could not find the said free pattern green tea block that one was $2.00 that is not free.

  2. Paula Sibert says:

    Love the flower and flower blocks.

  3. Cheating!! No free pattern!!

    1. Hi Lora, a link under the photo will take you to the pattern page. The patterns are free, but you may have to scroll some intro text first.

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