• Gorgeous Large Super-Textured, Decorative Floral Block

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    This large super-textured, decorative floral block looks gorgeous in any colorway. The amazing Pondoland Square by Jen Tyleronce comes in a size approx.16″ x 16″ or 42cm x 42cm so once you have completed the square you will have a ready-sized cushion cover frontispiece. The pattern is very versatile and you can upsize it or downsize it by changing your hook size and/or yarn weight. Also, it’s good to know that nine floral squares will give you a gorgeous lapghan and twelve squares a stunning blanket and you can make beautiful sets for living room or bedroom.

    UPDATE: The pattern is no longer free. For a small investment, you can now buy it on Ravelry.

    Here you can find the step-by-step video tutorial: Decorative Floral Block Video Tutorial

     

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    Gorgeous Large Super-Textured, Decorative Floral Block

    YARN: Elle Yarn Family Knit DK 100% Acrylic
    approx. 1 x 50g of each colour
    HOOK SIZE: 4.0 mm (G)

     Gorgeous Large Super-Textured, Decorative Floral Block

    Get the pattern at Hooks ‘n Tales

    Here you can find the step-by-step video tutorial: Decorative Floral Block Video Tutorial

    Thanks to Jen Tyler for the article inspiration and featured image.

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    20 Comments to Gorgeous Large Super-Textured, Decorative Floral Block

    1. In looking at the pattern, it appears the stitches are exactly what they say the are…..sc = sc, dc = dc, and so on. Usually, in the European stitches when they say dc it is actually a sc…tc is actually a dc…..hope this helps and makes sense to you.

      • Can you tell me how to get the pattern I just keep going to the blog and can’t find it. Help needed please

        • dailycrochet

          Pbinns,the pattern is always linked to the name of the pattern ( first letter capitals, on line under, followed by the name of the pattern). Click that link and it will take you to the pattern’s page. There’s also another link you can use , at the end of each article, where it says:

          Check out the original source for the pattern with all the directions and full written pattern at: LINK ( one line under).

          Hope this helps! 🙂

      • dailycrochet

        Thanks for noticing, Ginger! Here you can find the step-by-step video tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL_kGG9n6AJe-yJjA3jz89wX9MhFqb_Hjb

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