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Blooming Flower Crochet Square- Free Pattern

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Blooming Flower Crochet Square

How the Blooming Flower Crochet Square came to be.

If you’ve been around awhile you may remember the CAL we did last winter. If you’re new around here, we did the Winter Squares CAL last winter. It was so much fun, we decided to do a spring version too!

I love spring mostly because I know summer is right around the corner. But seriously though; the blooming flowers, the trees becoming full, and the fresh air. What’s not to love about spring!

Gerbera Daisies are my favorite flower. I was super excited to choose that flower for my square. As I got started on it, I quickly realized trying to make a tapestry square of a Gerbera daisy wasn’t going to be easy. They have so many petals and it just wasn’t working. That’s when the idea for the blooming flower came to mind. I went with and I couldn’t be more happy how my flower turned out. I hope you love it as much as I do.

For this CAL we used Mighty Stitch yarn by Knit Picks. We were very lucky to have yarn support from We Crochet for this project.

If you would like to join in the CAL, join the CAL group over on Facebook. This is where you can ask any questions you may have on the patterns and share your blanket progress. You can also make along with us on Instagram using the hashtags #inbloomblanketcal #springbloomsblanketcal


Method: Crochet
Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

US G/4.0 mm

Tape Measure
Tapestry Needle

Worsted Weight (medium 4)
Knit Picks Mighty Stitch 208 yds/3.5 oz 
Color A- Canary (flower center): 10 yds
Color B- Wisteria (flower): 48 yds
Color C- Cream (square): 84 yds


Blo- back loop only
Ch- chain
Dc- double crochet
Flo- front loop only
Hdc- half double crochet
Inc- increase (2 sc in same st)
Rep- repeat
Rnd- round
Sc- single crochet
Sk- skip
Sl st- slip stitch
Sp- space
St(s)- stitch(es)

4” x 4” = 19 sts x 24 rows in Sc

Square before edging: 6” x 6”
Square after edging: 8” x 8”
Flower: 6” wide

Notes & Pattern:

The square may curl as you’re working it but will straighten out the more rows you add. If the edges are curling when finished, block your square to open up the stitches. 

Color A- Canary (flower center) Color B- Wisteria (flower) Color C- Cream (square)

With Color A:
Rnd 1: Make a magic ring, Sc 10, Sl st, Ch 1 (10 sc)
Rnd 2: Inc in each st, Sl st, Ch 1 (20 sc)
Rnd 3: *Sc, Inc Rep from * around, change to Color B in top of last st, Sl st in Blo of 1st sc (30 sc)

Flower Large Petal:
Petal 1: Ch 16, Sc in 2nd Ch from hook, Sc, Hdc, Dc 9, Hdc, Sc 2, Ch 1, Sk next st, Sl st in Blo (15 sts)
Petals 2-14: Rep Petal 1
Petal 15: Ch 16, Sc in 2nd Ch from hook, Sc, Hdc, Dc 9, Hdc, Sc 2, Ch 1, Sk next st and 1st petal, Sl st in Flo (15 sts)

Flower Small Petal:
Petal 1: Ch 9, Sc in 2nd Ch from hook, Dc 6, Sc in last st, Ch 1, sk next petal, Sl st in Flo (8 sts)
Petals 2-15: Rep Petal 1 
Fasten off, weave in ends.
You will have 15 large petals and 15 small petals.

Blooming Flower

Pattern & Attaching Flower


With Color C:
Row 1: Ch 29, Sc in 2nd Ch from hook, Sc 27, Ch 1, turn (28 sc)
Rows 2-33: Sc 28, Ch 1, turn
Row 34: Sc 28, Ch 2, do not fasten off. 
Your square should measure approx 6” x 6”. Do more/less rows if needed. 
You will Sc around the outer edge until square measures 8” x 8”.

I did approx. 6 rows of edging.
Rnd 1: Sc evenly down the side, make sure to Ch 2 at each corner, Sc across the bottom, up the other side, across the top, Sl st to 1st Sc from previous rnd, Ch 1
Rnds 2-6: In the Ch 2 sp *(Sc, Ch 2, Sc) Sc around, making sure to Rep from * in each corner and Sl st to 1st Sc from previous rnd, Ch 1. Fasten off, weave in ends. 

Block square if needed before attaching flower. 

To attach flower:

Center flower on the square. With Color A and tapestry needle stitch around the outer edge of the center circle where the petals meet. Weave in ends.

Lay flower in the center of the square.
Attach Flower

With Color B:
Make sure your outer petals are layed out evenly. With your tapestry needle coming through the back of the square, you’ll *stitch through the tip of the outer petal, through the side of the outer petal (next to the tip you just attached). Rep from * around until you have attached all of the outer petals. Weave in ends. (I did not attach the inner petals) You’re done!

Stitch through the tip of the outer petal.
Stitch through the side of the outer petal.

You’re done! I can’t wait to see what colors you make your flower in.

Happy Making
Jessica ❤

This is an original pattern by Jessica Paz Creates. Please do not sell, reprint, or repost any parts of this pattern. You are welcome to sell your finished items but please link back to my shop. If you’re sharing on social media, please tag me so that I can see your finished items!

@jessicapazcreates #jessicapazcreates  #bloomingflowersquare


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