Crochet Garden Flowers Blanket

Crochet Garden Flowers Zinnia Blanket
Crochet Garden Flowers Zinnia Blanket
Crochet Garden Flowers Zinnia Blanket

The Crochet Garden Flowers Blanket is similar to the JOANN Stitch Along for Spring 2021 with a slightly different stitch approach.

The Daisy Flower Stitch is consisting of Trebles instead of Puff Stitches as demonstrated in the Stitch Along. The daisies are also connected to each other where the petals are sharing between two of them. You will see that in more detail on the tutorial sample itself.

The stitch multiple is 4+3. 

In the Stitch Along with JOANN, you will learn the two alternatives that can be done with this concept.

  1. Puff Daisy Stitch has a ripple that is in the centre of the blanket.
  2. Puff Daisy Stripe Stitch where there are stitches that separate each daisy that exists on the long striping seen near to the outside of this blanket.

Please note the stitch multiple isn’t the same for the Stitch Along Version as the stitches are modified.

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Free Pattern: Crochet Garden Flowers Blanket


Tutorials will release Saturday, March 27 around 11 am ADT.

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  1. Glenda

    Why does the pattern say to break MC at the end of row 10? That seems like an artifact….

    • Mikey

      Yeah you are right. You don’t too. Good eye.

  2. Glenda

    Thank you so much for the tutorial! I was not understanding the written directions and you made it perfectly clear!!!!

    • Mikey

      This one is a bit tricky. I get it. 😀

  3. When I first saw this, I thought it was a scarf and fell in love. Would it be possible to reduce it to “scarf size?” Thanks 🙂

    • Mikey

      Yes, there is a stitch multiple involved in the flower itself. It’s stitch multiples of 4 ch + 3.

      • Thanks – makes sense (I should have just read more carefully!). Thanks so much for the tutorial, too, makes it really easy. I haven’t done a lot of crochet (more knitting), but this caught my eye. I think I will play around with some lace weight to see if I can make a nice delicate scarf out of it. (Even the 4ply I have been following you with is quite heavy) 🙂

  4. Jean K.

    Hi Mikey,
    The left-handed tutorial is not accessible to me. Is it possible it will be loaded later today?

    Thank you!

    • Sorry about that. We had a little issue with the left handed video, as soon as the editing is finished we will get it put back up

      • Jean K.

        No worries! Thank you for all you do.

      • Mikey

        It was filmed on Friday. It released yesterday.

  5. Sylvia Stokes

    This will be my first one to try and follow along with. Your videos have been vital to my crocheting. I can’t read a pattern well but by watching you and looking at how you explain things, my skills have grown considerably. Thanks for all you do!

    • Mikey

      It’s my pleasure, Sylvia! I’m glad you find them useful, truly! Enjoy your weekend. – Michael

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