A couple of months ago, or even longer, this idea of turning the Maybelle flower into a crochet square started to take form in my head. I had a few goes without luck. I am telling you, you do NOT want to see my terrible trials... I left the idea to sit for a while and one day one of my readers, a Dutch girl named Jane, sent me a picture of how she had turn the Maybelle flowers into squares in a blanket. I instantly contacted her to ask if she could give me some hints how she had made her squares. I have tweaked her initial instructions, as I always tend to put my own twist on things (typical me). I know many of you have waited for this pattern so here we go.
I have written the pattern in UK/US terms. Row 1Find the pattern for the Maybelle Crochet Flower here, picture tutorial here, and when you have your Maybelle Flower you are ready to get started with the square. Heart in Square I. Using worsted weight yarn and crochet hook size 5.00 mm (H) the square is approximately 10x10 inches, without border.Chain 40Rnd 1: dc in the 6th ch, ch1, *skip ch, dc,ch1* 17 times, ch1, dc in the last ch. turn.Rnd 2: ch4 (count as first dc,ch1 now and throughout) *skip ch, dc, ch1,* 17 times, dc in the 3rd ch of previous round. turn.Rnd 3: ch4, *skip ch, dc, ch1,* 8 times, skip ch, dc2 tog in the top of the next dc, ch1, *skip ch, dc, ch1,* 8 times, dc in the 3rd ch of previous round. turn.
Rnd 10-12: ch4, skip ch, dc, ch1, skip ch, dc in the next 29 stitches, ch1, skip ch, dc, ch1, dc in the 3rd ch of previous round. turn. Rnd 13: ch4, skip ch, dc, ch1, skip ch, dc in the next 14 stitches, ch1, skip dc, dc in the next 14 stiches, ch1, skip ch, dc, ch1, dc in the 3rd ch of previous round. turn. Rnd 17-18: ch 4, *skip ch, dc, ch1,* 17 times, dc in the 3rd ch of previous round. turn. You can fasten off now here or add the boarder you desire. I just add 3 rows of sc for the boarder. Belle. Free pattern: solid granny square - a creative being. Hurray, free pattern day!
:) African Flower Square Tutorial. Pattern: Made in K-Town by Barbara Please respect my rights as designer: do not sell, share, translate, or publish any parts of my patterns (including pictures) online or elsewhere without my permission.
Do not claim this pattern as your own. Feel free to sell the finished items you’ve made from my pattern! If you do, a link-back to my blog www.made-in-k-town.blogspot.de would be great. Thank you! Material: Maisie Flower How-To. After receiving so many wonderful comments about my 'Maisie Flower', I decided to waste no time in sharing this pattern with you.
I'm really hoping it all makes sense and that the pictorial guide gives you more help than just words. I'm sure most of you would be able to interpret this pattern from the visuals alone, but the added written instructions on each photo should make it much clearer for those who are a bit less confident. I've tried my very best to make this as easy to follow as possible, but should you find any mistakes please let me know. Squaring the Big Circle Tutorial. This is going to be my first attempt at writing up one of my own designs.
Because there has been a little more interest in the first blanket I made from this pattern, (and the fact that I was so happy with how it turned out), I thought it would be a great excuse to attempt a written pattern/tutorial to share! I think this square (like most crocheted squares) has limitless potential, so I see this as more of a guideline than an exact pattern.
Once you get the basic pattern down you can play with colors and joining methods. For example, for the first blanket I made, every circle had a white background and I used the join-as-you-go method that I learned from Sarah London. For the blanket that I'm working on now, I'm making different colored backgrounds and plan on adding a row of single crochet in white on the last round and then sewing the squares together. A Granny A Day: My Patterns. Something pretty – the pattern. About this pattern: i found this pretty picture on pinterest and was totally smitten. after a lot of googling and searching i wasn’t able to find the pattern, so decided to figure the pattern out myself. dottie angel‘s pictures of her thrifty find was very helpful, and i was happy to find out that this is actually a pretty simple pattern, so novices – don’t be alarmed!
Just go ahead and try it out :) for more pictures, check out this, this or this post. about yarn/hook: any yarn with corresponding hook will do, i find that moving up a hook size from what the yarn says makes a softer material that would work better with a blanket. i’ve made pillows with these squares so that wouldn’t matter so much. i used sandnes duo (dk weight) and hook 4 mm and the square measures 8×8 cm, with garnstudio drops paris (aran) and hook 5 mm one square is a bit over 10×10. first a couple of basics: 2. the first dc on row is made by chain 3 begin with colour of flower. chain 4, make circle with one slip stitch.
Valentine Heart Granny Square Free Pattern. By AnnooCrochet Designs I loved creating this Granny, and imagining all the fun projects I could incorporate it in...a lovely Handbag, a cozy Blanket, a trendy little pouch with a zipper...What will you choose to create with it?
You will Need:Crochet Hook 3.25mmI used Dungareez Cotton in various colors. Kata - free crochet square pattern. Kata This pattern is a flower – created by crocheting clusters.
Although the instructions are long, once you master a cluster it will all seem easy. American terminology used. 12’ square Worsted weight yarn 5.50mm hook Gauge – Round 1 = 2” 9 ½’ square. Rosie Posie Grannie Square Tutorial. What you'll need...
Various colours of yarn (I used Patons Smoothie DK) Appropriate size crochet hook for your yarn (I used a 4mm - USA G) Yarn needle for weaving in ends Difficulty: Easy - ★☆☆ Crochet Terms: This pattern is written in UK terms. American terms are given below in green. sp - Space ss - Slip Stitch (Slip Stitch) dc - Double (Single) Granny Heart Tutorial. Following my post and pattern for the Grannie Heart Bunting, I thought the hearts would make an excellent starting subject for my first tutorial. So, here we go. My Grannie Heart Tutorial... A few notes before we begin: I've used British crochet terms throughout, so I must apologise in advance to anyone who is used to using the American terms.
To clarify, the British terms that I have used are below in black and the American terms are given in green in brackets: British (American) Slip Stitch (Slip Stitch) Chain (Chain) Double (Single) Treble (Double) Double Treble (Treble) WRITTEN PATTERN - If you'd like the written directions only, please visit the Cherry Heart Boutique and download the Granny Heart Bunting pattern, which contains the heart instructions. ☆ French instructions for the tutorial are now available - with many kind thanks to Katty at Sur Le Blog de Mes Loisirs for providing the translation.
Foundation ring: 1. 2. 3. 4. Round 1: 5. 6. 7.