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Wonderful Lacy Crochet Squares and Free Patterns

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Lacy squares have proved to be one of the most popular and gorgeous stitches available, since they are both elegant and romantic, making them excellent for making your living area appear more welcoming.

A lovely floral center and structural raised stitches form a stunning combination that is perfect for bedspreads, blankets, throws, table runners, and so much more! This project may seem to be difficult at first, but all you need to do is be patient.

Victorian Dream Square Free Pattern

Here’s a great Victorian square to start off our lacy square project ideas. The transition from the inner rosette to the outside border, which features petal-like voiding, is very appealing to me.

Victorian Dream Square Free Pattern

Pattern by Cindy Arman | Free on Ravelry

Lemon Lime Yarn Clouds Square Pattern

Think about how lovely this square would be as a blanket or a bed cover. I am confident in my ability to complete this pattern and will do so as soon as feasible! The lovely ombre effect may be created in any color combination!

Lemon Lime Yarn Clouds Square Pattern

Photo by dakotastamper | Ravelry

Sylvanweave Square Free Pattern

Depending on the gauge and border you choose, this square doily may range in size from 5′′ to 61/2′′. Intermediate crocheters should try this pattern. The Sylvanweave Square pattern will be a fantastic choice for your next project whether you are an expert or want to learn how to use the popcorn, cluster, and picot stitches.

Sylvanweave Square Free Pattern

Photo and free pattern on draiguna

Yarn Clouds Square – Free Crochet Pattern

Blue squares are my favorite since they are very beautiful and attractive to the eye! Blue is a classic color that never goes out of style, making it a tried-and-true gift option. Even though they seem to be hard, the stitches are really rather easy!

Yarn Clouds Square – Free Crochet Pattern

Free pattern on hereforum.crochetville.com, more info on Ravelry. To learn more about this version by Maryfairy, visit her Ravelry page.

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