"The Summer Garden Flower Blanket is not an easy pattern, but the result is spectacular. A field of flowers in 3 different shades of pink surrounded by a border of green leaves. The blanket is made out of simple flower hexagons sewed together with the invisible seam technique. The blanket edging is made with the leaf stitch border. To avoid having too many ends to weave in, crochet over the magic ring end tail. Sew the hexagons in strips then sew the strips to each other."
Next, this 2022 CAL is a garden-inspired project perfect for ringing in spring. Thus, you should get ready for spring and plan out your garden with crochet.
The blanket is very colorful and pretty. It has a combination of different designs and textures. It is perfect for baby or toddler. The field of flowers in this Hexagon Water Garden Blanket Free Crochet Pattern gives a feminine touch to your decorating scheme. The crocheted hexagon flower motifs are surrounded by the perfect rainbow of rippling shell stitches. The pattern is released as multiple parts on Fridays. You will need to follow along the instructions on each week to complete the blanket. The blanket is made in large size, but it's easy to customize the size. Happy crocheting.
Behold a thing of beauty: Meet my latest make: My Mother’s Garden Afghan. This stunning crochet flower blanket is a labor of love, made for my mother in all the delicious juicy shades of pinks and purples that she adores! I might be totally biased here, but this just might be my favorite kind of flower garden… this oh so cute crochet flower afghan! Something with beautiful drape while providing important warmth. What are you waiting for? Let's get started!
Notice the colorful crochet flowers encased inside of a paisley-style curved motif, which is accented by dark edges. This is an original, inspiring crochet pattern that can be adapted to make a blanket of any size simply by adding or decreasing the number of motifs used. When you want to make a crochet blanket that is different from anything you have ever made before, this is the pattern to try.