Mitered Daisy Granny Squares Blanket Free Crochet Pattern and Video Tutorial


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Daisy and granny squares are very popular motifs among crocheters all over the world. Combining these motifs in one blanket is a recipe for something extraordinary and certain success. And it is: the Mitered Daisy Granny Squares Blankets. Eye-catching and colorful, this design is popular both as a baby blanket and a bedspread. Here are three the most beautiful realizations of these blankets. The first one comes from Russia. White, green and pink colors will be perfect as a spring blanket or baby girl blanket. Included together with link to that blanket, we have a diagram of this square at the end of the article. Links to the free pattern and video tutorial are also at the end of the article.

Mitered Daisy Granny Squares Blanket [Free Pattern]

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And here is another realization, this time in cool hues. White, green and blue will match most baby boys’ outfits, but will also be good for adults. The blanket below is called Mitered Summer Daisy Baby Afghan created by Jewell’s Handmades and you can find it on Ravelry. The upper photo is one of the most beautiful project realizations made by MandyMaisey.

Haven’t found anything for yourself jet? See our third suggestion for a combination of colors. Creative Grandma and her blanket Daisy in The Corner Square is made from wonderful, colourful daisies in the corner of a green and pink square. I hope you will find something for yourself as a next project!

Mitered Daisy Granny Squares Blanket – Free diagram for this square is here. Daisy in The Corner Square – video tutorial is below, you can also displayed the pattern on the screen after turning on subtitles.

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11 comments

  1. With all due respect I’ve tried different patterns , links even downloads and can never get the pattern, you should just take the website down because it’s so frustrating t get excited about seeing something beautiful that you want to make and not be able to.

    1. Dear Lisa, link to that pattern is at the end of the post, but have you seen sentence ‘Click here to read article to the end’?

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