• This Crochet Flower Square Blanket Is So Beautiful!

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    This fabulous crochet flower square blanket pattern is so simple it’s almost unbelievable! If you master the lovely crochet flower square you will be able to make a blanket or bedspread any size you wish. Field of Flowers blanket pattern by Catherine Bligh is designed to easily be adjusted to any size. And it’s something else you may want to know: this flower blanket is designed to use up most of a ball of each colour so you’ll know how much yarn you’ll need in each colour very easily and you’ll end up with very little leftover yarn.

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    Crochet Flower Square Blanket Free Pattern

    You will need Stylecraft Batik in the following colours: raspberry, rose, indigo, old gold, storm, pistachio, heather, coral, cherry, plum, mint, teal, violet, olive, sage, lupin, silver.

    You will need one ball of each colour except for silver. You will need 29 balls of silver.

    Hook: 4.5mm. Use what feels comfortable to you. I tend to have a tight gauge; use your own judgement as to whether you want to go up or down a hook size, or even two!

    Gauge is not essential for this project. My squares are 5.25” across. If your squares are smaller, your blanket will be correspondingly smaller. If your squares are bigger, your blanket will be bigger.

    You will also need a tapestry needle for sewing in ends.

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    Check out the original source for Crochet Flower Square Blanket Free Pattern with all the directions and full written pattern at:  Morbidsparks

    Thanks to Catherine Bligh for the article inspiration and featured image.

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