01 of 09
You could crochet multiples of this pretty hexagon motif, and then join the hexagons together to make an afghan.
The central design element here is an easy flower with six petals. If you'd like to crochet just the flower, the free flower pattern is available on our website too.
Designed By: Amy Solovay
02 of 09
03 of 09
You could use this gorgeous granny square to crochet artistic, three-dimensional afghans, pillows or other projects. It so happens we have a pillow pattern posted that you can make using this design -- but if you apply some creativity, you could also create a blanket or afghan.
Designed By: Lori Jean Karluk
04 of 09
Daisy and Black-Eyed Susan Flower Afghan Pattern
These pretty floral motifs could be either daisies or black-eyed susans, depending on the colors you choose for crocheting them. Sandi Marshall has shared several different placement diagrams for using these lovely designs in a floral afghan; alternatively, you could also create pillows, table linens or other types of projects.
Designed By: Sandi MarshallContinue to 5 of 9 below.
05 of 09
Paisley Flower Afghan
Sandi Marshall has shared several different variations of her paisely flower design. You can work this design in filet crochet, or you could cross stitch it on a crocheted background.
Designed By: Sandi Marshall
06 of 09
Design Your Own Floral Afghans Using Our Free Charts
We've posted many free charts you can use to design your own floral afghans, throws, pillows or other projects.
Pictured here: Nanette Carpenter designed this lovely floral blanket using Sandi Marshall's rose chart. Nanette says,
"I just finished my first cross stitch on top of tunisian crochet project. It was a really ambitious project and I am so pleased with the finished project, that I wanted to share my picture with you...I have made a few adjustments to the pattern for my project, but I think it turned out very well."
I agree; it turned out lovely! Thanks, Nanette!
If you would like to design your own floral afghan like Nanette did, here are some free charts you are welcome to use:
- Rose chart for filet crochet
- Iris chart for filet crochet
- Thistle chart for filet crochet
- Little flower chart for filet crochet
- Pink roses in a vase -- Vintage color chart for cross stitch on crochet
- Tiny flowers color chart for cross stitch on crochet
- Tiny flowers chart for filet crochet
- Tiny flowers and leaves filet crochet chart
- Vintage flower basket color chart
- More free charts for crochet
07 of 09
Sunflower Afghans and Throws
These afghans and throws all feature a sunflower theme. The links below will take you to the free sunflower patterns, which are all posted at various other web sites on the Internet.
08 of 09
More Free Patterns for Flower Afghans and Throws
The following free crochet patterns are made available to you through other Internet web sites.
Continue to 9 of 9 below.
- Country floral throw by Glenda Winkleman -- an intermediate crochet pattern posted at the Red Heart website.
- Primrose path afghan, posted at the Craft Yarn Council web site
- Crimson roses afghan, posted at Kim Guzman's web site
- Flowers on the fence afghan by Ruth Shepherd, posted at Crochet World
- Flower garden afghan by Mary Jane Protus, posted at the Coats and Clark web site
- Flower field afghan by Ellen Gormley, posted at the Coats and Clark we site
- Flower accents throw by Ann Regis, posted at the Coats and Clark web site
- Box o' flowers afghan by Abigail Goss, posted at Crotiques
- Three-dimensional flower blanket posted at the Drops web site
- Flower throw by Kim Guzman, posted at the Caron Yarn web site
- Rose trellis afghan and pillow, posted at the Caron Yarn web site
- Starflowers coverlet, posted at the Berroco web site
- Soft flower square designed by Bev Qualheim
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