Grandmother's Flower Garden Crochet Quilt
Whether you have fond memories of the Grandmother’s Flower Garden Quilt pattern or you simply like the vintage spirit of scrap quilts, this meditative pattern will have you “hooked!” Each hexagon is worked individually and joined as you go for a mediative, portable project that’s easy to make any size you wish. Two complimentary skeins of cake yarn offer a varied palette and create the scrappy look without having to deal with the variability that actual yarn scraps create.
Worried about weaving in all those ends? Don’t be! You’ll crochet over them as you go so you have only a few left when you finish your gorgeous blanket.
This ad-free, printable PDF includes a written pattern, several photos and links to video tutorials--PLUS stitch charts which are extremely helpful for visual learners. Photos are separate from written pattern so you can choose to print them or conserve ink.
This pattern originally appeared on Make and Do Crew.
based on 2 reviews over the last year
Jess writes a good pattern while at times you have to decipher what it is she is trying to convey. I made a couple of modifications to the pattern while I was crocheting and joining. I did not use the half-size octagons at the bottom or top of the blanket but created a small pillow out of them to coordinate with the blanket.
all patterns that I have purchased have been great