[Free Pattern] Fantastically Cute Blanket With Little Flower Rows

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Amazing how such a simple pattern can be so darn pretty! Coral Reef Crochet Pattern by Shelly of Missed Stitches is so cute and unique! This pretty flower pattern is repetitive enough to be easy and yet the result is so beautiful!

The blanket looks fabulous in this Peach, Turquoise and Cream combination so delicate and elegant. You can also choose to bust your stash with this project and make every row in another color yarn.


Fantastically Cute Blanket With Little Flower Rows

Materials: 1 skein each of three different colors in worsted weight yarn & 5mm/H8 Crochet Hook

Skill: Beginner/Intermediate
Gauge: 1.5″ from petal to petal
Size: 30″ x 33″

[Free Pattern] Fantastically Cute Blanket With Little Flower Rows

Check out the original source for this Cute Blanket With Little Flower Rows Free Crochet Pattern with all the directions and full written pattern at: Missed Stitches

Thanks to Shelly for the article inspiration and featured image.

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2 thoughts on “[Free Pattern] Fantastically Cute Blanket With Little Flower Rows”

  1. Gail E Wenschlag

    I know this pattern was published in 2017 but I sat down to make the baby afghan today and found one glaring error in the instructions. Row 4 of the pattern says to work a row of dc after the “flowers” and then repeat rows 1 (also a row of dc) through 4 which would result in TWO rows of dc between the “flowers” whereas the photo clearly shows there is only ONE row of dc separating them. Your instructions should read ” repeat rows 2-4 for pattern”.

    1. “Glaring” is such a harsh word. No one is perfect and typos happen; it’s the internet. Why not make a kind suggestion to the author and point it out? Be helpful, not hateful. <3

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