Free Peacock Feather Crochet Blanket Square Pattern

Peacock feather crochet blanket square with a purple center, then blue and green to make the feather, bordered by white and then purple. Purple box with text reads: Free crochet pattern! Banana Moon Studio.

Peacock feather crochet blanket square pattern

This beautiful peacock feather crochet blanket square features a purple, blue, and green peacock feather in the center of a square motif. You’ll love using it to make blankets, pillows, and other crochet items. Or use one alone as a coaster or hotpad.

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Peacock Feather Crochet Blanket Square

By April Garwood of Banana Moon Studio

(C)2023 April Garwood. All rights reserved. As with all my patterns, please do not make paper or digital copies for others. Instead, please direct them to my website to get their own. Thank you!

Difficulty Level: Easy+

Finished Measurements: About 5 1/4 inches square.

Yarn: Cascade Yarns Anthem Worsted (100% Acrylic; 186 yds; 100 g; Yarn weight category: 4/Worsted/Medium): 1 skein #56 Spiced Plum, 1 skein #27 Deep Blue, 1 skein #53 Chive, and 1 skein #08 White

Crochet Hook: K (6.5mm), or size needed to obtain gauge.

Notions: Tapestry needle.

Gauge: Rnds 1-3 of square = About 5 inches long.

Notes

Square is worked in joined rounds with RS always facing. Do not turn between rnds.

This pattern is written in standard US terms. For help with abbreviations, get my free printable crochet abbreviations chart here.

For help with basic stitches or learning to read patterns, visit my Learn to Crochet page here.

Helpful Tutorials

Learn to make a magic ring.

Peacock Feather Crochet Blanket Square

With Spiced Plum make a magic ring

Rnd 1: Ch 2 (does not count as a st), 12 dc in ring, pull tail to tighten and close center hole, join to first st with sl st – 12 sts. Fasten off Spiced Plum.

Rnd 2: Join Deep Blue to first st with sl st, ch 2, (hdc, sc) in first st, [2 sc in next st, sc in next st] 2 times, 2 sc in next st, hdc in next st, 2 hdc in next st, 2 dc in next st, (2 tr, ch 1, 2 tr) in next st, 2 dc in next st, 2 hdc in next st, join to first st with sl st – 23 sts. Fasten off Deep Blue.

Rnd 3: Join Chive to first st with sl st, ch 1, 2 sc in first st, [sc in next 2 sts, 2 sc in next st] 3 times, sc in next st, 2 sc in next st, hdc in next st, 2 hdc in next st, dc in next 2 sts, 2 dc in next st, (2 tr, ch 1, 2 tr) in next ch sp, 2 dc in next st, dc in next 2 sts, 2 hdc in next st, hdc in next st, sc in last st, join to first st with sl st – 36 sts. Fasten off Chive.

Rnd 4: Join White to first st with sl st, ch 2, hdc in first st, sc in next 5 sts, hdc in next st, dc in next st, (2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in next st, hdc in next 2 sts, sc in next 2 sts, hdc in next st, dc in next 3 sts, (2 tr, ch 2, 2 tr) in next st, tr in next st, dc in next 2 sts, hdc in next st, sc in next 4 sts, (2 hdc, ch 2, 2 hdc) in next ch sp, sc in next 4 sts, hdc in next 2 sts, dc in next st, tr in next 2 sts, (dtr, ch 2, tr, dc) in next st, join to first st with sl st – 48 sts and 4 corner ch sps. Fasten off White.

Rnd 5: Join Spiced Plum to first st with sl st, ch 1, *sc in each st to corner ch sp, (2 sc, ch 1, 2 sc) in corner ch sp, repeat from * 3 times, sc in each remaining st, join to first sc with sl st – 64 sc and 4 corner ch sps. Fasten off.

Finishing

Weave in all ends.

Join with other squares if desired to make blankets, pillows, table runners, scarves, and more! Check out these eight joining methods for ideas!

I hope that you enjoy making this peacock feather crochet blanket square.  I think it turned out so cute!  Incidentally, if you want to make an avocado blanket square, you could do the first round in brown and rounds 2 and 3 in green!

Happy stitching!

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Peacock feather crochet blanket square with a purple center, then blue, then green to make the feather shape. Those are bordered by white to form the square, and then by a purple single crochet border. Text reads: Banana Moon Studio. Peacock feather crochet blanket square. Free crochet pattern.
Close up photo of a crochet blanket square with a purple, blue, and green peacock feather in the center of it. A yellow panel with text reads: Peacock feather square crochet pattern. Get the free pattern at BananaMoonStudio.com
Close up photo of a crochet blanket square with a purple, blue, and green peacock feather in the center of it. White and purple panels with text read: Free crochet pattern. Peacock feather square. Banana Moon Studio.
Close up photo of a crochet blanket square with a purple, blue, and green peacock feather in the center of it. A white panel with text reads: Peacock feather blanket square free crochet pattern. Banana Moon Studio.
Close up photo of a crochet blanket square with a purple, blue, and green peacock feather in the center of it. White panel with text reads: Free crochet pattern. Peacock feather blanket square. Banana Moon Studio.

44 thoughts on “Free Peacock Feather Crochet Blanket Square Pattern”

  1. Hi,April!I just love this design! I have a friend who just love peacocks and this will be perfect for her. I couldn't help noticing that the basic shape also suggests an Easter egg….lots of possibilities! Thank you for sharing it! I may make a solid-colored center version for the babies stuck in the hospital over the Easter weekend.

  2. I have a niece who is expecting a daughter next month and the theme of the baby's room is peacocks! I will start on a blanket tomorrow!!!Thanks for posting the pattern!

  3. I pinned this for later and later is now…this was a lot of fun to make…can't wait to add this square to my others for a very unique blanket!!! thanks for sharing

  4. Thank you for this pattern. I volunteer at a Zoo and we have beeen asked to knit / crochet various birds and animals and Peacock was on the list. Sadly, I can't find a pattern for a whole peacock but at least I can start on some feathers using this for a guide 🙂

  5. I'm so glad you are all enjoying it! I've googled pictures of peacock crochet and seem some beautiful amigurumi, but I don't know if any of them have patterns. Good luck on your zoo project!

  6. You could probably just copy and paste the text. If it were me, I would use my “snip-it” tool to take a partial screen shot of just the pattern. If you have Windows 7, you should have a “snip-it” tool.

  7. I am making afghans for all of my great nieces and my niece tagged me in this picture and said “Where's mine? This one will do” lol So now I get to do one more. Thanks for posting.

  8. I tried making this for hours last night. no matter what I do, I cannot get the second round to be 23 stitches. It ALWAYS ends up being 25 stitches. Is there any way you could do a step by step photo tutorial or something? I so desperately want to make this I cant even tell you and I literally tried everything I could think of the make this last night. I fudged the stitches to make the stitches equal 23 but of course none of the other rounds matched up so it just became a mess. If there is a way I can send you a video of me doing the round so you can tell me what the heck I am doing wrong I will gladly do that, because I really want to make this square!!

  9. Hi Sarah, I would love so much to help you. I am too busy this week to be able to make a video, but I could probably watch one from you if you want to send me a link to a video, or an actual video or picture. You can email to top.banana @ bananamoonstudio . com (take out all the spaces). Make sure that you have the correct # of stitches in your first rnd and that you aren't stitching into your turning chain, since it does not count as a stitch. That can be a common problem. I will have a little more free time next week, so, if we haven't solved the problem by then, I might be able to do more at that point.

  10. What an awesome square! I love, love, love it!!!Can't wait to make these – already trying to figure out a border for a blanket.Do you have a picture somewhere to show completed blanket?I make blankets for Project Linus and Project Nite Nite….both such wonderful causes! Have been doing this for years and love the feeling I get making and giving these much needed items.Thank you for creating and sharing this pattern…again would love to see pic of one you have completed.

  11. I just made my first for a pillow in greens and it looked like a leaf! I am also going to try thread yarn and only rows 1 – 3 with an A hook for earrings.

  12. Hi, I love the pattern, but I have a quik ?.Row 2 when you say 2sc in next dc sc in next dc do I repeat this step 2X or just the sc 2XRow 3 (sc in next 2 sts 2 sc in next st) 3X do I repeat this step () 3X or 2sc in the next 3 sts? Thanks ginger

  13. Hi Ginger. You'll repeat the 2 sc in next dc, and the sc in next dc. The “2 times” applies to everything inside the parentheses. Same for Row 3. The “3 times” applies to everything inside the parentheses. Hope this helps, but if not, let me know.

  14. Thanks so much it help, I change the colors to look like Easter egg, I'm in a crochet group and we make and exchange sq each month so I'm make mine to look like Easter eggs.

  15. Hi Cheryl. This is probably just because no two crocheters are exactly alike. You and I probably make our stitches just a little differently. If you have a spot that tends to be too “low” you could use a taller stitch there in round 4. Or if there is a “high” spot, use a shorter stitch there in round 4. It may take a little trial and error, as it did for me when I designed it. Also, know that mine tended to dip a little too in just one spot, but the way I've written it, was the best square I could make after working around this pointed oval shape. However, if it is a little off, rest assured that when you attach several squares into a blanket, they will help pull each other into better squares.

  16. Hi Heather, A Double Treble (dtr) is a very tall crochet stitch. You wrap the yarn around your hook 3 times before inserting hook into the designated stitch, then: yo, pull up a loop, (yo, pull through 2 loops)3 times. Happy Stitching! April

  17. Love Love the pattern making this with my group at the Fiber Art's group at Savannah Veteran's clinic we all just love love it.Also thanks for it being free🙌

  18. Thank you so much for this pattern. I have been searching for a pattern for weeks, (literally) ,to make for my Aunt, she hrlpime to beat a recent addiction to drugs. She got me crocheting again, and for over 6 months I have been clean. I wanted desperately to make something special for her. Her two favorite things are California Raisins, and Peacocks. So this is perfect. I can not begin to tell you how great ful I am. Many blesdoyo everyone who helped make this possible.

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