Crochet Springtime Floral Afghan Pattern

Crochet Springtime Floral Afghan Pattern

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Crochet Springtime Floral Afghan

Crochet Springtime Floral Afghan

Crochet Springtime Floral Afghan

The Crochet Springtime Floral Afghan is a granny square that is unique in its appearance and presentation. Using Red Heart Super Saver.

The squares are really easy to make but break the conventional look of a granny square. There are 7 colours that strategically work together.

Below is the tutorial section, I have linked together Whip Stitching. This technique is used to sew the squares together. If you don’t like sewing, you could do other ways as well to join.

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Crochet Springtime Floral Afghan

 

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Tutorial

This is how to join the squares together. As mentioned in the tutorial, I might have done an additional round of single crochet that is the same colour for all of the squares and then whip stitched. You can decide what you love better.

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