Timeless Fiber Designs

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Coco’s Flower Blanket

Designed by Cheryl D. Floyd of

Named for the sweet kitty who claimed Cheryl’s sample as her own, Coco’s Flower Blanket is a wonderful motif-based afghan pattern. Not only is Cheryl offering the pattern for the individual squares for free, she’s also provided video tutorials on making the motif in one color or several. The multi-colored motif video instructions will also teach the invisible join method.

This would make a great stash-buster project. Each square, if made with a worsted weight yarn and a 5.0mm crochet hook, measures 4.75″ or 12cm.

To complete this blanket, you should be familiar with chains, slip stitches, single crochet, half double crochet, double crochet and popcorn stitches. This intermediate level pattern also utilizes the invisible join.

There’s also an expanded and ad-free version of Coco’s Flower Blanket available in Cheryl’s shop. It contains a printable version of the pattern, instructions and yarn amounts for making multi-colored squares, yarn amounts to complete a blanket, schematic diagram of layout of motifs to make a full blanket and assembly instructions.

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Pattern is available in written form freely on her website. Cheryl also has a free video tutorial for this design as well as an ad-free version in her shop.