The beauty of wildflowers is certainly irresistible. After all, who doesn’t love to admire them growing free on a colorful meadow? Do you know what the other think we all love is? Crochet blankets, evidently! You must admit that a crochet blanket with a wildflower motif is the combination from heaven! Well then, are you ready for the next crochet project? Follow us on our Facebook Fanpage and on Pinterest where creative ideas pop up like wildflowers!
- Designed by: Premier Yarns Design Team
To create this fantastic flower blanket, you need to know chains, single, half-double, double crochet stitches, and slip stitches to join squares. So, this free crochet blanket pattern works with basic techniques, and you should try to make such a beauty. Enjoy!
PHOTOS by Premier Yarns Design Team / ravelry.com
Tinted Mayapple Flower Blanket
- Designed by: Marie Segares
This colorful flower blanket looks so cozy and sweet. It is a beautiful piece for a country home, or if you want to create a peaceful, grandma’s atmosphere with warm hugs and an apple pie aroma. Making it doesn’t require hard crocheting skills. It is an easy project for every crocheter. Just try it!
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- Designed by: Dedri Uys
This blanket is a color and friendly vintage celebration. Each motif consists of a colorful, simple, main-colored octagon. These squares are then connected to a diagonal connection (sc, ch 1, skip 1). The petals of the flowers are formed with short lines and the octagons are squared with a different type of short lines. The slow color change in the yarn means that every flower is different, and therefore its position during the design is entirely personal. Although this blanket uses very simple stitches, this pattern provides a few opportunities for learning.
PHOTOS by Dedri Uys / ravelry.com
Get the pattern from lookatwhatimade.net.
Wildflower Blanket Pattern
- Designed by: Rachele Carmona
We feel like this project is so special mostly because of the fabulous color scheme. Just look at how the dark background contrasts with all the delicate pastel shades! As a result we get a warm flowery blanket with a modern vibe. How cool is that?
PHOTOS by Rachele Carmona / ravelry.com
Check out the pattern on ravelry.com and get to work!
Wildflowers Baby Blanket Free Pattern
- Designed by: Michele DuNaier
Get inspired and crochet this adorable colorful blanket to wrap your little angel in! The calming green background mixes perfectly with vibrant orange and bold magenta.
PHOTOS by Michele DuNaier / ravelry.com
Find out how to make this essence of sweetness on ravelry.com.
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Wildflower Granny Square Afghan
- Designed by: Rebecca Langford
This adorable project was created on the basis of the original Granny Square Pattern. All you need to do is choose your favorite colors and combine the wildflowers to make a warm thick blanket. Have a flowery time!
PHOTOS by Rebecca Langford / ravelry.com
You can find the instructions on littlemonkeyscrochet.com.
Primavera flowers baby blanket
- Designed byDesigned by: Dada’s Place
One more baby blanket and one more project created on the basis of a timeless original square pattern. Which one do you love the most? This one is so cute and elegant we want to wrap our whole house in it right now!
PHOTOS by Dada’s Place / ravelry.com
If you feel the same, go to dadasplace.com for the pattern.
- Designed by Rachele Carmona
This gorgeous island wildflower blankie on the pictures below is such a sunny and happy looking square. I absolutely love it! What’s more, you can use this pattern and repeat in on different projects. For instance pillow cases, throws, or sweaters.
PHOTOS by sixbyseven / Ravelry.com
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- Designed by Rachele Carmona
This super colorful wildflowers blanket on the pictures below was made by StudioTJM. It’s so full of colors and amazing texture! What’s more, it literally looks like a meadow of flowers. It has a fun rectangle shape and is made with scheepjes stone washed yarn. The finished size is 40” x 40”.
PHOTOS by StudioTJM / Instagram.com
The Neverending Wildflower blanket
- Designed by Rebecca Langford
This project on the pictures below by KnitterChelle just took pink blankets to the next level! I mean, just look at these incredible, 3D wildflowers! It can be for instance a lovely baby blanket and a baby shower gift. The finished size is 28 x 28 inches, so it’s also ideal for a stroller walk.
PHOTOS by KnitterChelle / Ravelry.com