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Flora Blossom Crochet Blanket

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Today, I’m thrilled to share all about my latest project, the Flora Blossom Crochet Baby Blanket. Designed by the talented Jonna Martinez, this pattern is a true gem for anyone looking to craft something beautiful and practical.

Side by Side images of blue with pink Flora Blossom Crochet Blanket draped over a chair and a close up shot

I chose Lion Brand Mandala Ombre Yarn along with Lion Brand Basic Stitch for this creation. The blend of these yarns not only adds a wonderful texture but also a vibrant cascade of colors that make this blanket a standout piece.

The pattern itself is delightfully simple, primarily using double crochets with lovely puff stitches strategically placed in the corners for a charming accent. These puffs add a touch of whimsy and a soft, tactile element that I find irresistible in baby blankets.

As for working up the blanket, it’s quick and satisfying—perfect for those of us who love to see rapid progress in our projects. In fact, I finished mine over one weekend. Over the next few paragraphs, I’ll break down the materials used and the color changes I chose to help you recreate this adorable blanket for your little one or as a cherished gift.

Pinterest Pin - Flora Blossom Crochet Blanket with colors blue, pink and white


Crochet Skills Needed

For this blanket, you need to know how to do the following stitches (or be willing to learn them):

  • Chain, puff stitch, double crochet, and v-stitch.

Instructions for the puff stitch and v-stitch used in this blanket are below.

Crochet Stitches Used

Depending on the creator / blanket pattern, the puff stitch and v-stitch may be worked differently. Below are the instructions for each of these stitches as used in this pattern.

  • Puff Stitch – Yarn over, insert your hook into the stitch or space to be worked, pull up a loop. Repeat 2 more times (3 times total). You should have 7 loops on your hook. Yarn over, pull through all seven loops. Chain 1 to secure.
  • V-Stitch – Double crochet into the stitch or space to be worked, chain 1, double crochet into the same stitch.
Blue with pink Flora Blossom Crochet Blanket draped over a chair.

Crochet Pattern for the Flora Blossom Blanket

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

Finished Size: 37″ x 37″

Color Repeat

For my blanket, I used the following color sequence:

  • 3 Repeats in Mandala (Rows 1-13)
  • 1 Repeat in White (Rows 14-17)
  • 2 Repeats in Mandala (Rows 18-25)
  • 1 Repeat in White (Rows 26-29)
  • 3 Repeats in Mandala (Rows 30-41)

Pattern Instructions

The instructions for this pattern are available in two different ways:

  • FREE YouTube video (shown below)
  • PAID Pattern via Etsy – Click Here

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Share Your Work

Did you create a project based on this pattern? I’d love to see your creation. Tag me on Instagram or post a picture in my Facebook group!