Beautiful Flower Afghan Square Crochet Patterns

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Make something with one of these beautiful flower afghan square crochet patterns. Or, make an entire garden afghan using them all.

Flower Afghan Squares Round Up - as seen on oombawkadesigncrochet.com

Beautiful Flower Afghan Square Crochet Patterns

At the time this post was created these were all free crochet patterns. If any now do have a price attached, please let me know so I may update my post!

The photos are the credit of the Designers specified in the pattern links below, unless otherwise specified.

1. Sunflower granny square by Maz Kwok – Be A Crafter xD
2. Adam’s Rose Granny Square by Maria Helsley (no longer a free pattern; available for $1.00)
3. Pansy Flower Granny by Annoo Crochet
4. Busy Lizzie Block by Barbara Lawler  no longer available
5. Dahlia in a square – Granny Square by  My Hobby Is Crochet
6. Daffodowndillies Square by Linda N
7. Flower To Granny motif by Becky Simmons (Photo by mio  Flickr)
8. MaryEllen’s Easy Daisy Granny Square by MaryEllen (Photo by © judso on Ravelry)
9. Crocodile Stitch Afghan Block – Dahlia by Joyce Lewis

Have you ever completed a blanket using squares/blocks?

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I have never completed a full blanket made of squares or hexagon blocks…I have crocheted them in one piece but I feel somewhat overwhelmed by the joining of so many squares and the sewing in of so many ends…

I have to admit I am tempted though…by these lovely flowers – to commit to the process!

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6 Comments

  1. Hi Debbie, Thank you for letting me know! I did a quick search online and I can’t find anywhere else that she published and she has definitely removed her PDF patterns from Ravelry. It was a pretty flower block – I hope she puts it back up someday. Wishing you the best, Rhondda

  2. Could you also tell the abrevarstion for the crochet patterns? Thank you