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Do you love crocheted floral blocks? We most certainly do! They help us bring the beauty of the garden indoors and enjoy the beauty of the flowers in all seasons. Audrey 12″ Afghan Square free crochet pattern by Stacey LW Lee is a beautiful, decorative and super-textured floral crochet granny square with a central flower that’s blooming with grace and beauty.
Sweet Audrey Floral Crochet Granny Square Free Pattern
I named this pattern after my Grandmother, Audrey, who passed away as a result of ALS (also known as MND or Lou Gehrig’s Disease) in 1996. She was the daughter of Mattie, who was the inspiration for my Mattie’s Flower square. While this is a free pattern, I would encourage anyone who is able to donate to their provincial ALS Society (Canada), the ALS Association (US), or the MND Association (UK) to support ALS research and patient care initiatives.
This pattern was written for 4 colours (A, B, C, D), but is suitable for projects using more or fewer colours. It features bullion stitches, crocodile petals, fans, back post stitches, working in the flo and blo and an optional moss stitch border.
A note about skill level: This pattern is rated as advanced due to the inclusion of the bullion stitch. However, instructions for an alternate to the bullion stitch are included in the pattern for those who aren’t comfortable making bullion stitches and for those who just don’t like the stitch.
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