Crochet squares are perfect to make a sweet blanket and many more projects, like pillow cases, bed capes, table runners and even wraps and shawls! Sky is the limit here, feel free to experiment with making any project you want! In conclusion, I absolutely love how many different things you can do from a simple square. Above all, most of them are so easy to crochet! Surprisingly easy! I love these projects, be sure to try some of them!
Tapestry Daffodil Afghan Square
I think that daffodils are my favorite flowers. They smell incredible, look stunning and are the ultimate symbol of spring, because they’re so vibrant and sunny! These sweet squares look like little pieces of art, that you can turn for instance into a blanket, pillow case, or a bed cape.
Grandiflora Tapestry Square
The author’s inspiration behind this square are roses, that are the most classic and timeless flowers out there, because they symbolize love and attachment. That lovely pink colors with green elements make this square so unique, moreover it’s great for beginners. I have to try this gorgeous square!
Mimosas are one of the most beautiful trees in this world. They are blooming really fast in spring and early summer, and above all, they have the most lovely flowers, that look amazing on projects like squares! I will definitely try this square, hope you’ll too!
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Making a new potholder is always a great idea,, because they are very practical and handy, no matter if your cooking, or baking. A cute design is an essential part of a potholder, this cute piggy holder will look adorable in your kitchen!
Hearts and Paws
I absolutely love this pattern, it’s just adorable and above all, you can make plenty different project from it. For instance, you can make a pillow case, blankie, potholder, wrap, table runner – it’s totally up to you! These crochet squares will make your home look so much cozier!
he full article and the free pattern can be found on raverly here.
- Designed by Lorna O’Brien
This beautiful project in the pictures below is absolutely fantastic, if you’re feeling like making a new, crochet, floral project. You can use it as a blanket, rug, table runner, or bed spread. In other words, it’s totally up to you, because this project is super universal and you can make so many fun projects with it! The finished square is 9 1/2”.
PHOTOS by Lorna O’Brien / Ravelry.com
Find original free pattern on Ravelry.
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Square Seaside CAL PART 7
- Designed by ditzyanddotty
When you (or your kiddos) just can’t wait for summer to start, totally check out this amazing square in the pictures below! It’s just the epitome of summer and it’s going to be a fantastic blanket for a picnic! Ditzyanddotty used tapestry crochet and it works up very fast.
PHOTOS by ditzyanddotty / Ravelry.com
Find original free pattern on ditzyanddotty.com
Party duck granny square
- Designed by madebyhem
These adorable duckies in the pictures below will welcome spring into your house! You can use them as a super fun decoration to your kiddos nursery or your living room. As you can see in the pictures below, madebyhem used four squares to create this project, but feel free to make more and joined them into a bigger one.
PHOTOS by madebyhem / Ravelry.com and Instagram.com
Monstera Crochet Square
- Designed by Briana K Designs
Take a look at this stunning monstera square in the pictures below! It’s made by Briana K Designs and it’s going to make your home look so stylish and fun! It’s also really easy to make! The finished size is 12 inches (31 cm) wide and tall.
PHOTOS by Briana K Designs / Ravelry.com
Halloween Cactus Coasters
- Designed by Divine Debris
As fall is getting closer, Halloween is also approaching and I couldn’t be more happy about it! As you can see in the pictures below, these crochet squares in the pictures below are so adorable and perfect to spice your home decor up right in time for celebrating fall! The finished size is 4.8” – 5” x 4.8” – 5”,
PHOTOS by Divine Debris / Ravelry.com