A collection of crocheted afghans in colorful variations, also known as cal blankets.

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Hello there, beautiful people! Are you happy that spring finally came? As the world is beginning to bloom, we are experiencing the very expected flow of creative powers. With this in mind, we have been searching for the most outstanding patterns for Spectacular Floral CAL Blankets to share with you. We will all have so much fun with these projects by truly brilliant designers this season. Crochet along with free patterns are widely popular because they give us all a sense of belonging. Have you ever tried a CAL? It is certainly the time! The crochet community will welcome you, without a doubt. The links to free patterns are under the pictures.

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Fruit Garden

This blanket comes straight from the most beautiful fairytales, evidently! When we saw this version on Instagram, our jaws dropped. Have you ever tried crocheting the Fruit Garden blanket by Janie Crow? Spring 2021 is surely the right time!

Crochet Flowers Blanket

The original pattern is on Stylecraft Yarns:

Fruit Garden

The photos are on Instagram here and here.

Sunflower CAL

Are you looking for a unique accessory for your bedroom? Does your couch need a new life? What a great coincidence! Susan Pan designed a sunflower throw CAL that is making our hearts beat faster. Oh, so fast!

Sunflower Throw

The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry:

Sunflower CAL


Are there any fans of decorative crochet squares among our lovely readers? Without a doubt! Well, you are going to be amazed when you see this pattern by the one and only Saleha Waseem. What colors will you use for it? Let us know!

Crochet Squares

The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry:

Virsa CAL

Puffy Flower Fun Day Blanket

What a wonderful mixture of delicious colors! This blanket by The Crochet Crowd will bring fresh energy to any interior. You can use the same color palettes the designer picked or mix things up a little. It will be so much fun no matter what!

Crochet Blanket

The original pattern and the photos are on The Crochet Crowd:

Puffy Flower Fun Day Blanket

More info on Ravelry here.

Phoenix Blanket

UPDATE: 2021.02.20 Sorry, the pattern is no longer available for free.

The Phoenix CAL blankets are all about rebirth and new beginnings when the world lets you down. This is a CAL pattern that kicks of on April 26 2019 and the parts begin their release on May 1st to last over an 11 week period. The pattern is styled as an opening to restart into the future from the rainiest, cloudiest of days through its intricate stitches in the shape of little hearts.

SkillsEasy           Designer Hooked on Sunshine

Crochet Blanket

The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry:

Phoenix Blanket

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  1. Penny Becker says:

    Where can I find the prelude to the Phoenix crochet blanket?

    1. A link to the free pattern and prelude is under the NAME of the pattern at the end of the post.

  2. margie a ayers says:

    I need free printable crochet pattern for the Phoenix blanket

  3. The link goes to Ravelry and the pattern is NOT free. This post mentions (more than once) that it is for a FREE Phoenix pattern but that is not the case. Where exactly is the free pattern for Phoenix that Your Crochet is saying is available? Also, the text refers to this as Phenix. Shouldn’t it be Phoenix? Thank you.

  4. Chari E. Richmond says:

    Not free anymore

  5. Madelyn Durkan-Mandina says:

    They are all gorgeous.

  6. I have PHOENIX as Ravelry CAL. I cannot find Part 6. It jumps from round 54 to 64. Is this a typo? How do I find part 6?

    Thank you, LMBraden
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