Crochet Pattern, Wild Flower Blanket
Enjoy a garden of colorful flowers throughout the year with this fun and unique Wild Flower Blanket crochet pattern. This crochet pattern uses basic stitches to create an eye catching and comfortable blanket for your home decor. The blanket base is worked in full first and then let your rainbow of colors flow by working the flowers directly onto the blanket with an easy technique. Many photos to show stitch placement are provided at the end of the pattern for help.
Skill Level: Intermediate
Terms: US Crochet Terminology
Materials: 3052 total yards
Main Color: Linen: 2350 yards
Flower Colors: (234 flowers) 108” per flower 702 yards total
Finished Size: 48” x 60” blocked
Gauge: 13 dc & 8 rows = 4"
st(s) - stitch(es), sl st - slip stitch, ch - chain, yo - yarn over, sc - single crochet,
hdc - half double crochet, dc - double crochet FPdc - Front post double crochet,
BPtr - Back Post treble crochet
Foundation Chain: If you’re unfamiliar with how to work foundation chains, these tutorials may help
Puff st: [Yo, insert hook in indicated st, yo, pull up a loop, yo, pull through 2 loops on hook]3x in same st, yo, pull through all 4 loops on hook
Bobble st: [Yo, insert hook in indicated st, yo, pull up a loop, yo, pull through 2 loops on hook]6x in same st, yo, pull through all 7 loops on hook (be sure to push bobble to front of blanket)
Reverse Single Crochet (rsc): Ch 1, working from left to right, skip first st, insert hook from front to back in next st to the right, yo, pull up a loop, yo, pull through both loops on hook
- Photos showing stitch placement are on the last page of pattern and are referenced as P1, P2, P3 etc.
- BPtr is used in order to help keep the post sts at an equal height of each row throughout the blanket
- You can easily move the flowers into any formation you prefer by moving the Bobble stitch to desired position within the set of 15 dc’s on the right side of the blanket (odd #’d rows)
- This design uses starting/standing stitches to begin rows unless otherwise stated. Feel free to use the starting stitches OR beginning chains if you are unfamiliar with how to begin a row with starting stitches. You can use the following: ch 1, sc in very first st; ch 2, skip very first st to be counted as a hdc; ch 3, skip very first st to be counted as a dc; If you would like to learn how to work these stitches, you can find a great tutorial here: