Do you remember the Crochet 3D Flower Blanket that I finished a couple of months ago?
I am still deeply in love with that sweet daisy goodness.
In the last few days I stole a minute here and a minute there and tried a little different color combo than the one I used for the 3D flower blanket before.
Since my soul totally speaks the color pink and all its shades, I really like the result. And this time, I think I will turn these flowery squares into a little cushion.
Which actually leads me to an idea that a tiny little cushion together with a blanket could make a really cute gift.
The only thing I need now is for the days to last about one hundred hours…
P.S.: You can find the pattern for the blanket HERE.
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12 thoughts on “Crochet 3D Flower Squares Revisited”
Just lovely !!!
Just beautiful !!!!!
I like the idea to add a cushion to the blanket! And I like the pink version :))
do you have the pattern?
Hi Anna! You can find the pattern here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/97608670/crochet-pattern-crochet-3d-flower-baby. Enjoy! 🙂
I absolutely love this blanket! I bought the pattern from your Etsy site. What yarn did you use for this blanket (the pink and purple one shown here). Can you tell me where I might be able to purchase it? I can’t find the yarn listed in the pattern anywhere.
I am very happy you like the pattern.
For the brown-pink-blue version of the blanket, I used a yarn called ‘Madame
Tricote – Dora’ from here (weight: 3.5 oz/270 yards – 100 grams/250 m).
Pink color – 2 skeins
Blue color – 2 skeins
White color – 2 skeins
Brown color – 5 skeins
For the pink-lilac version, I used a yarn called ‘Nela’ from here; weight: 1.75 oz/135 yards – 50 grams/123 m).
I only made a sample with this yarn, but I suppose the amount of yarn will be similar as in the brown version of the blanket.
I hope I helped.
amei seus trabalho cada um mais lindo que outro
For this version which color did you use to assemble the blanket? The pink or the purple? Also which color would you recomend for the edging? The original called for brown and then the white.
Hi Shannon! Both pink or purple can be used to assemble the blanket. For the border, first white then pink or purple can be used. Enjoy! Petra 🙂