Floral motif squares are a perfect project for spring and summer. If you want to add a fresh and colorful vibe to your home then this collection is so versatile. Use these floral motifs to make vibrant blankets, cushions, or tote bags. Moreover, these squares are also suitable to crochet a summer top or a cardigan. They are so fashionable now. Just look at these patterns and make them also into coasters or table runners. Choose your favourite colour palette, a floral square crochet pattern, and go for it!
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Peaceful Flower Afghan Square
- Designed by Rhondda Mol (Oombawka Design)
Learn how to make this pretty floral square with a free crochet pattern and a supporting video tutorial. It works in rounds, starting from the flower that is part of the afghan block design. You can use it for your future projects and make a beautiful bag, pillow, or blanket. Enjoy!
Photo is by Oombawka Design, Ltd. / Ravelry.com
Find the original free pattern on oombawkadesigncrochet.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.
Victorian Lattice Square
- Designed by Destany Wymore
Just imagine what a charming pillow cover or blanket you can make of this lovely crochet lattice square! Its design resembles beautiful flowers to me. The free crochet square pattern includes a chart that will simplify your task. Grab your gear, and let’s start!
Photo is by Destany Wymore / Ravelry.com
Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.
- Designed by Dedri Uys
Create this fantastic floral square with a free pattern and video tutorial for extra support. This is a simple project for adventurous beginners. Can you believe it? You will practice Popcorn stitches and overlay crochet. It will be a beautiful piece for your vintage-like makes.
Photo is by Dedri Uys / Ravelry.com
Find the original free pattern on lookatwhatimade.net, or read more about it on Ravelry.
Pinwheel Flower Square
- Designed by Carolyn Calderon
What a stunning design of a floral crochet square full of colors and texture! This project is affordable for every skill level; just follow the free written pattern and video tutorial on making a pinwheel flower. It will look perfect in solid color also. So, make your choice and try it!
Photo is by Carolyn Calderon / Ravelry.com
Find the original free pattern on thepurpleponcho.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.
- Designed by Diana Krenz
What a striking free floral square crochet pattern! It looks great in these colors, but I’m sure it will be excellent in other ones. This project is for intermediate to advanced-skill-level crocheters. The finished size is 12 inches. It will be a perfect part of a crochet bag or table runner, do you agree?
Photo is by Diana Krenz / Ravelry.com
Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.
- Designed by Roxy Crochet
This 20×20 cm floral square reminds me of the sun’s image in fairy tales. It looks a little bit mystical but maybe only to my mind. Nevertheless, this is a beautifully designed free crochet floral square pattern. Have you already figured out which project to use it in?
Photo is by Roxy Crochet / Ravelry.com
Find the original free pattern on roxycrochet.blogspot.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.
- Designed by The Turtle Trunk
Look at these cute voluminous sunflowers! Their finished size is 5” x 5”, and you can use them to decorate various blankets, bags, pillows, or even sweaters. The designer of this free floral square crochet pattern is The Turtle Trunk. She insists it’s an easy and quick project even for advanced beginners. So, try it!
Photo is by The Turtle Trunk / Ravelry.com
Find the original free pattern on theturtletrunk.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.
- Designed by Veronika Liachovic
Look here! I found a perfect piece for your future floral afghan blanket — a free granny square crochet pattern by Veronika Liachovic. Its size is 11 inches or 28 cm. How to use it? I think this design fits well for baby blankies or a light summer throw. It is all about the warmth, do you feel that?
Photo is by Veronika Liachovic / Ravelry.com
Find the original free pattern on vcrochetpatterns.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.
Painted Flower Hexagon
- Designed by Johanna Lindahl / Mijo Crochet
This Stained Glass effect is really amazing! Check out this Painted Flower Hexagon. It looks absolutely stunning with floral motif at the center and black borders. This amazing addition will enliven your room and every cup of tea will taste better standing on this coaster!
Photo is by Mijo Crochet / Ravelry.com
You will find this free pattern on mijocrochet.se, or read about it on Ravelry.
- Designed by Lullaby Melodia
You can bring some sunshine into your house right now! These Beautiful Sunflowers will cheer you up, especially during the winter and autumn, when the weather isn’t sunny. You can use these sunflower squares to make a blanket or coasters, just create something beautiful!
Photo is by Lullaby Melodia / Ravelry.com
You will find this free pattern on lullabylodge.com or read more about it on Ravelry.
- Designed by Maz Kwok
This lovely floral motif square is an example of support for Ukraine`s hardship. Maz Kwok recommends crocheting blankets using these squares. Sunflowers are a symbol of loyalty and happiness therefore they will be a great addition to any home.
Photo is by Maz Kwok / Ravelry.com
Find original free pattern on beacrafter.com or read more about it on Ravelry.
Tulip Granny Square
- Designed by Gabriella Crossman
Tulips are one of the most adorned spring flowers. No wonder that Gabriella Crossman has designed these floral motif squares for you to enjoy. You should definitely give these tulip squares a go because they will look wonderful whatever the project you make them with.
Photo is by Gabriella Crossman / Ravelry.com
Find original free pattern on Ravelry.
Talking to Mother Square
- Designed by Maria Brygt
Talking to Mother Square is a delightful floral motif to crochet even if you are a beginner. Maria Brygt has detailed instructions for this pattern on her blog. This square looks amazing in any color, so give wings to your imagination and certainly you won`t regret it.
Photo is by Maria Brygt / Ravelry.com
Find original free pattern on blog.micmarmik.se or read more about it on Ravelry.