Crochet Granny Squares

Narcissus Square

Hello, dear reader. We are here once again to learn a wonderful pattern. Today I want to bring you a beautiful project, an adorable crochet flower square that you will be impressed by. It’s the Narcissus Square. I thought it would be a good idea to share this project with you crochet enthusiasts and I hope you enjoy it!

Well, this pattern is undoubtedly perfect and ideal for you to carry out different projects, such as a beautiful blanket, a table centerpiece or spectacular pieces that will look very beautiful with these beautiful Narcissus Square. Flowery square crochet is a charming and versatile technique in the world of crochet.

These squares are often used as building blocks for larger crochet projects, such as blankets, throws, or even decorative tablecloths. The square flower motif is characterized by its exquisite patterns that typically incorporate a central flower surrounded by leaves, petals or other floral elements. This intricate detail adds a touch of elegance to any crochet project and makes it particularly appealing to those who enjoy more complex and visually captivating designs.

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One of the joys of square flower crochet is the endless creative possibilities it offers. Artisans can experiment with different color combinations and types of yarn to customize their projects, creating unique and personalized items.

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Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced crocheter, flower square crochet can be a fun and rewarding technique to explore. With a little patience and practice, you can produce beautiful square flower motifs that will brighten up your home or make thoughtful handmade gifts for friends and loved ones.


Narcissus Square – PATTERN


  • Cotton yarn in three colors (A: white, B: green, C: yellow) and a matching 3.50 mm crochet hook
  • Scissors
  • Tapestry needle

Abbreviations (US terms):

  • Ch: chain
  • Sl st: slip stitch
  • Sc: single crochet
  • Hdc: half double crochet
  • DC: double crochet
  • TR: treble crochet
  • 3tr cl: 3 treble cluster – Work a treble crochet in each of the next three stitches, but do not complete them individually; close all three treble crochets together.
  • Picot: ch2, then sl st in the first chain
  • Blo: work only in the back loop of the stitch
  • Flo: work only in the front loop of the stitch
  • Rnd: round
  • MR: magic ring


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A good blocking is highly recommended for this square. Wet block the square with pins and gently model the wet petals with your hands. Wait until is dried and enjoy your square! 💛


Narcissus Square Instructions:

Creating the Flower of Narcissus Square:

Round 1: Use yarn A, make 12 half double crochets in a magic ring (a loop).

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Round 2: Work in the back loop only (BLO) of your stitches. Make 2 half double crochets in each stitch around, totaling 24 stitches.


Round 3: Now, work in the front loop only (FLO) for this round. Here’s the pattern for each petal: chain 4, create a cluster of 3 triple crochets, make a small loop (picot), chain 4, and slip stitch in the same stitch as the last triple crochet. Then, slip stitch in the next stitch. Repeat this pattern five more times to make six petals. Fasten off and hide the yarn ends.



The third image displays the rear side of your flower. You should be able to observe the back loops of round 3, where we will commence the initial round of the square.


Creating the Square (Back Side of the Flower):

With the right side of the flower facing you, you’ll work into the back loops of Round 3. Fold the petals slightly to expose these back loops.

Join yarn B into any of the back loops.



Round 1: Chain 4 (this counts as your first triple crochet), then in the next five stitches, make a double crochet, two half double crochets, a double crochet, and a triple crochet. After the triple crochet, chain 2 to create a corner. This completes one side of your square.



In the next six stitches, repeat the pattern: triple crochet, double crochet, two half double crochets, double crochet, triple crochet, and chain 2 for the corner. Do this two more times. Finally, slip stitch on top of the initial chain-4 to close the round. Don’t cut your yarn; you’ll continue to the next round.


Round 2: Chain 3 (this counts as your first double crochet), then make one double crochet in each stitch. In the corners, work 2 double crochets, chain 2, and 2 double crochets. Don’t cut your yarn.


Round 3: Chain 2 (this counts as your first half double crochet), make one half double crochet in every stitch. In the corners, work 1 half double crochet, chain 1, and 1 half double crochet. Fasten off and hide any yarn ends.



Please be aware that the square now contains the correct stitch count for it to be combined with a traditional four-round granny square.


Creating the Flower’s Center:

Join yarn C in every front loop stitch of Round 2.

Round 1: Chain 3 (this counts as your first double crochet), then make one double crochet in every stitch. In total, you’ll have 12 double crochets in this round. Slip stitch on top of the first chain to close the round. Fasten off and neatly hide the yarn ends.


Narcissus Square


With these steps, your square is done!



The Narcissus Square pattern is a classic and beloved crochet design with timeless appeal. With its refined, elegant design and versatility and adaptability that make it an enduring favorite among craftsmen of all skill levels. Whether you’re an experienced crocheter or just starting your journey with yarn and needle, the adorable Narcissus Square offers a world of creative possibilities, making it a true gem in the world of crochet.

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