Floral Afghan Free Crochet Patterns
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Floral Afghan Free Crochet Patterns



It’s a dreary day today. Wouldn’t it be nice to bring a touch of floral joy to alleviate the greyness outside? Sure it would. Here are two beautiful floral crochet projects to dispel the gloom.

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Flora Afghan Free Crochet Pattern 

The Flora afghan is a square-based pattern with large central rosettes that have highly developed surfaces and a 3D texture. The pattern uses numerous flower squares to give the impression of a garden with rows of different flowers. It’s a beautiful example of how to use a patterned layout of several different squares to make it appear like a huge floral variety.  A link to the free patterns is under the photos.

Skills: Easy          Designer: Michael Sellick

Flora Afghan Free Crochet Pattern

Go to the pattern:

Flora Afghan

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Peace Lily Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

The Peace Lily blanket makes use of a single repeating motif set into a less densely stitched background with some voids defining the edge around the central flower. This is also a great floral project to liven up the day. A link to the free pattern is at the end of the post.

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Skills:  Intermediate        Designer: Margaret MacInnis
Project and modifications: JamaHv

Peace Lily Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

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Go to the pattern:

Purifying Puritans 12″ Afghan Block/Tutorial

Peace Lily Tutorial

More info about JamaHv’s project

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1 comment

Melaine Gouws 12 January 2020 at 9:39 am

I love this. Tried it myself but I am not skilled enough. I think I need more practice.

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