Two crochet squares with flowers, perfect for afghan blocks.

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Let’s get back to the basics

While we all like to expriment with fancy things and peruse even fancier patterns, it’s good to take a step back and run with the classics. Therefore, here are some flower block afghan ideas. After all, short of granny crochet, there are few projects as classic and timeless as these. However, this does not at all mean that they are boring and passe. In fact, these projects all have a modern flair to them giving them a bright, cheery outlook that works well with modern interiors. Overall, one could almost say that these are the modern reincarnations of a classic theme.

Hexagon with 3D Flower

Although one may think that non-square motifs aren’t great flower afghan block ideas, that’s certainly not true. To this point, here is a flower-themed hexagon that can make an afghan in a honeycomb fashion. Moreover, it gives any blanket a lovely, 3D texture that will be a hit.

Skills: easy      Designer:  Veronika Liachovic

hexagon with d flower

The full tutorial about this pattern you will find on vcrochetpatterns.com:

Hexagon Pattern with 3D Flower

Queen of the Meadow

However, squares also have their place among flower afghan block ideas. Here is one that will certainly be a great addition to any project, or indeed it’s main structural block.

Skills: easy      Designer:  Lettice Rose

Queen of the Meadow



The full article about this pattern is on Ravelry:

Queen of the Meadow

more info about Polly Plum Crochet’s project you will find on Instagram.

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One Comment

  1. Donnie Marshall says:

    I like the second flower square the best, very pretty!

    Thanks

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