There are few things as serene as a still pond with water lilies blooming on the surface
Thus, there is little surprise that some very, very beautiful patterns for crocheting a water lily square have been designed. While we haven’t really looked at them in any detail recently, we’d like to fix that now. Therefore, here are a few that will surely put some of that summertime serenity and idyll into your fall crocheting. Indeed, just because the monsters are going to come out to hunt candy soon and turkey day isn’t far off either doesn’t mean all our crocheting has to be fall-themed. So, here are some water lilies to help beautify your home and relax.
This water liliy square uses worsted and aran yarns to render a water lily floating on a cool, calm surface. Moreover, the beautiful 3D applique bloom will be a great addition that will add some texture to a project with an extensive surface, such as an afghan or perhaps a blanket.
The original pattern can be found on Ravelry:
For more info about Txmommylady’s project go here.
Water Lily Square
However, unlike the previous, eccentric, blossom this version uses a 3D applique lily as a central rosette. Consequently, the water surrounds the flower evenly, making it great for repeating patterns.
The original pattern and the photos are available on lookatwhatimade.net blog:
Next, this water lily square also places the elevated 3D blossom as a central rosette. However, in this case, the flower is deconstructed and rebuilt as a more abstract and modified design. Thus, it is perfect for a more modern blanket, or a room where pastel colors are king.
The original pattern and the photos are available on Aina Grande on Instagram:
Water Lily Square
Lastly, here is another beautiful water lily square, or, rather one inspired by a water lilly. In addition to its inherent, gorgeous design, this flower is very much a a wonderful central motif for an afghan or blanket. It too depicts a central lily floating on an even expanse, but as you can see, the colors are entirely in your domain..
The original pattern and the photos are available on lillabjorncrochet.com blog:
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