The Charlotte square is a beautiful square-within-a-square pattern that will surely be the conversation piece of the room it graces. These are large squares, sometimes 14″ or more on a side, with fancy, frilly or wavy edges and a literal infinity of possibilities in the middle.The central, on-point square usually defines the main theme, and is then surrounded by concentric squares that give it its placement.
Charlotte Square Free Crochet Pattern
This particular iteration of the Charlotte square is unique in its amazing use of voids to define the petals of flowers surrounding the central rosette. In particular, the intermediate field-of-flowers band is very attractive and clearly delineates two areas of the square. This will be a lovely decorative accessory for a sideboard or a cushion.
Skills: Easy Designer: Dedri Uys
Charlotte Square Blanket Free Crochet Pattern
Here is an alternative of the same pattern, made with a more pronounced, 3D central rosette and a more delicate use of voids, giving the square a denser, drapier look. Note how the intermediate band of windows is very similar to the previous square, but in combination with the rest gives a very different effect. To finish this square, the Around the Bases border was used.