Two pictures of crocheted spring flower afghan squares.

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Let’s get into some fancy afghans

Because it’s been a while since we’ve looked at afghan patterns specifically, let’s explore some spring flower afghan ideas. These are undoubtedly in the forefront of squares that you can use to make these beautiful throws or rugs. While they certainly look fancy, in reality they are quite easy to make and the real complexity is purely visual due to the colors and progression of textures. Of course, they will go great with a traditional decor, but they’d also be great to add a fabulous, Eastern-inspired touch to a modern interior as well.

Spring Fling 12″ Square

The spring fling is a spring flower afghan square that combines beautiful texture transitions that are highlighted by the color bands. It’s noteworthy that the author used a carefully assorted, limited color palette to achieve a varied, but not tiring design.

fe6610a0 spring filing square

The full article about this pattern is here:

More V’s Please Afghan Square

In order to show the spring flower afghan square’s true versatility, here is one that uses the v-stitch to incorporate zig-zag bands. Thus, the evenness of the concentric bands becomes a little broken, and the whole becomes more visually intruguing.

More V's Please Afghan Square

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