Brighten Up Home with Free Daisy Blanket!
So, if you’re a crochet enthusiast, you’ve probably heard of the versatile and timeless granny square pattern. However, have you tried adding a daisy motif to your granny square designs? Indeed, daisy square blankets are a beautiful and classic addition to any home decor. Moreover, the delicate and cheerful daisy in the middle, a daisy blanket will add a elegant touch to your interiors.
To this point, this blog post will explore some creative and inspiring daisy square blanket ideas. Additionally we provide free crochet patterns to help you get started on your own cozy and charming blanket. Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned crocheter, you’re sure to find something to love in these delightful patterns.
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Dainty Daisy Granny Square Blanket
First, a Dainty Daisy Granny Square Crochet Blanket features a repeating pattern of classic granny squares, each with a daisy motif in the center. Starting with a magic ring, and any scrap yarn, create center and add petals in repeating steps using a simple single crochet and double crochet stitches.
Designer: Brittany Coughlin
Daisy Granny Square Blanket
Next, this Daisy Granny Square Blanket is another pattern that features a daisy motif in the center, this time surrounded by characteristic granny square design. It’s a perfect pattern if you love granny squares with a kick!
Designer: Tillie Tulip
more info about project photoraphed you will find here.
Daisy in the Corner Square Blanket
No one puts Baby in the corner, but this daisy will be another story. To summarize, one of the most spectacular yet simple patterns, Daisy in the Corner, will give you the possibility to personalize you blanket with your favorite colors. Usually, the colors next to the daisy are bolder to make the daisy motifs stand out.
Daisy in The Corner Square Tutorial
more info about project photoraphed you will find on Instagram.
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