Hello there, beautiful people! Today we are exploring one of the most amazing themes imaginable: Flower Garden Crochet Blankets! Are you excited? Oh, we know! Without a doubt! Crocheting flowers is the most relaxing thing to do, no matter the season. Playing with colors, textures, and sizes lets us set our creative spirits free. These free patterns for floral blankets will inspire you to create wonders, without a doubt. Find as much colorful yarn as you can and get to work! We would love to see what you come up with. The links to free patterns are under the photos.
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Summer Garden Flower Baby Blanket
This beautiful blanket will be an unforgettable gift for someone special or a house accessory that will keep amazing everyone who comes to visit! This one-of-a-kind pattern by Crafting Happiness requires some experience but it is so worth the effort.
The original pattern and the photos are on Crafting Happiness:
Baby Girl Blanket “Dancing Flowers”
This baby blanket is too cute to be true, evidently! Have you ever tried crocheting 3D flowers? Or any other decorations? It is so much fun! If you want to learn a new technique you will certainly keep coming back to, try this crochet pattern by Veronika Liachovic.
The original pattern and the photos are on V Crochet Patterns:
More info on Ravelry.
Baby Girl Blanket with 3D Flowers
Here is one more wonderful pattern for a textured floral blanket by brilliant Veronika Liachovic. Which one do you like best? We would surely try them both! There is so much room for creativity and experiments with colors here.
Flower Power Afghan
What an original idea for an afghan! Such an innovative way to create a lovely texture, isn’t it? Evidently. And the combination of cool and warm tones Yarnspirations Design Studio went for? Absolutely brilliant. Try it yourself.
Flower Power Afghan
Are you in need of a psychedelic hippy-trippy fix? Here is the project just for you. It’s got everything: flowers, rainbows, and enough colors to make a chameleon REALLY dizzy. Also, because it’s based on squares, it’s dead simple to make one of these afghans any size you need. Simply crochet up more squares and stitch them on. So easy! The afghan will surely go really well with any retro interior. Or in that camper van you had always been meaning to drive to San Francisco.
Skills: Easy Designer: Michael Sellick