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15 Free Granny Square Patterns To Crochet

15 Free Granny Square Patterns To Crochet
Crocheted granny squares are a hit with crafters since there are so many different items you can make with them: blankets or afghans, scarves, potholders, wraps, totes…the ideas are endless! Here are several different designs to check out, use a single pattern for a project or mix them up as you like. I also added a helpful tutorial at the bottom showing you how to join them all together and another for how to make a flat border (for blankets). You may want to bookmark this page for future reference since I’ll be adding new goodies here as I find them, enjoy! myrosevalley.blogspot.ca Daisy: Petals are made with a cluster stitch and have a bit of a pointy tip. Big Circle: Each ring in the circle is a different color, each background can have a different color if you like. signedwithanowl.blogspot.ca undisthreadness.blogspot.ca 16 Circles: Wow! Sunburst: Lovely samples on this page, actual pattern used is archived on the web here. zooivlooi.blogspot.ca millemakes.wordpress.com yarn-ing.blogspot.ca Related:  crochet blanketsakkasllaartesanias

Snowflake Afghan Materials: 32 oz. dark, 28 oz. light worsted-weight yarn. G hook (4.25 mm) Stitches: U.S. terminology Hexagon (make 59) Rnd 1: With light color ch 2, 6 sc in second chain from hook, sl st in beg sc. Rnd 2: Ch 5 (counts as dc and ch 2), dc in first sc, *(dc, ch 2, dc) in next sc, repeat from * 4 times; sl st in 3rd ch of ch-5. Rnd 3: Sl st to ch-2 sp, ch 3 (counts as first dc on this and following rnds), (dc, ch 3, 2 dc) in first ch-2 sp, *(2 dc, ch 3, 2 dc) in next ch-2 sp, repeat from * 4 times; sl st in top of ch-3. Rnd 4: Sl st in each st to ch-3 sp, (ch 3, 2 dc, ch 3, 3 dc, ch 1) in first ch-3 sp, *(3 dc, ch 3, 3 dc, ch 1) in next ch-3 sp, repeat from * 4 times; sl st in top of ch-3. Rnd 5: Sl st in each st to ch-3 sp, (ch 3, 3 dc, ch 2, 4 dc, ch 3) in first ch-3 sp, *(4 dc, ch 2, 4 dc, ch 3) in next ch-3 sp, repeat from * 4 times; sl st in top of ch-3. Assembly Using dark color, whipstitch hexagons together forming 5 strips of 7 hexagons each and 4 strips of 6 hexagons each. Edging

Mitered Granny Square « crochet again Update: I now have a diagram for this.Update: Link to Sliding ring tutorial, if you would like to start your squares the way I do.Update: Link to Join As You Go tutorial, if you would like to check out how I like to join granny squares. These are the directions for the blanket I first showed in the Crochet in Progress post, here is a better photo (the colors look a bit washed out, the sun was bright): And a closer look, remember it is posed on a chair, instead of lying flat so the squares look less than square. I’m sure that there are variations of this kind of square out there. Here is another one I did, I really like the off centered square, definately going to make something with these! Ok, back to the subject at hand…these are easy to do and have many possibilities with different color combinations. Start with a basic Granny Square Round 1 Round 2 Ch3, in the next chain 3 space {3dc, ch3, 3dc} {3dc, ch3, 3dc} in the next 2 ch3 spaces. Now, the Mitered Part 3dc in next space. Like this:

Project Linus. Double Puff Shell Afghan Pattern How can I help the Children? | Free Crochet Patterns Page | Read About Project Linus | Whimsical Crochet Afghan Patterns Box Stitch Carriage Robe (Approximate Size: 36" x 45") Materials: 20 ozs. 4 ply knitting worsted yarn. Solid or variegated. Crochet Hook Size I or any size needed to obtain gauge Gauge: 1 Pattern = 1 inch Chain 100. ROW 1: 3 dc in 4th ch from hook, *skip 3 sts, 1 sc in next st, ch 3, 3 dc in same st; repeat from * ending with 1 sc in last st (24 patterns), ch 3, turn. ROW 2: 3 dc in last sc of previous row, *1 sc over the ch 3, ch 3, 3 dc in same place; repeat from * ending with 1 sc in top of ch 3. Repeat ROW 2 until 55 rows have been completed. Crochet A Frilly Flower "Just living is not enough" said the butterfly, "one must have sunshine, freedom and a little flower". Hans Christian Anderson Since I posted my simple bunting tutorial, I've been asked several times how to crochet the flower I pictured. I daresay very similar flowers have been made up and down the Land Of Blog but, since I didn't follow a pattern for it, I am happy to share my little Frilly Flower (using UK terminology) with you ... Happy days. Hx

Granny fleur A few weeks ago I was asked about a Granny pattern in English that could only be found in German. So I translated it, thinking that I may crochet it myself one day because it’s a lovely pattern. Later I’ve learnt that the pattern had been modified and gotten a new name due to a charity project in Somalia. Maybe you don’t know much about the crisis at the horn of Africa, maybe you do. Anyway, while I am corcheting these lovely squares on a rainy day, I am thinking about the misery and famine and all the people suffering, especially the women and children. The pattern (in German) is from nadelspiel, where you can get information about this particular project in Somalia. Granny Square “Somalia” Round 1: Magic loop, 7 sc and sst into the first sc (8 stiches). Round 2: chain 3 (counts as a htrc), 1 dc into the first sc of the previous round, chain 2, 2 htrc into each of the sc of the previous round, 1 sst into the first dc. The pattern is written in American Terms Gefällt mir: Ähnliche Beiträge

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Olé Olé blanket: The border Feb08 Good evening ladies, Hope everything is fine ! Let me begin this post by thanking each and every one of you… one by one… every single one… for every sweet comment you left on my Olé Olé blanket post…Your words filled my heart with a big joy and I felt sooo happy reading them This is, as promised, the graphic pattern of the border of Olé Olé blanket: You have to make two rows of dc first and for the third row (in red) all you have to do is to crochet by following the steps 1, 2, 3 and 4 (in light blue) It is very easy, you’ll see as soon as you’ll try And for you who asked for the pattern of the blanket, I am so sorry…I took it from this french book , but you can find something quite similar in the blog of the wonderful Lucy here. That’s all my friend! Hope I made it clear… Do not hesitate to ask any question, I’ll be more than happy to answer Have a great and warm evening! Angie Crocheted blankets, free patterns, Ripple

Liam Baby Blanket - free crochet pattern Are you looking for a simple, unique baby blanket or afghan pattern to crochet? My new Liam Baby Blanket may be the perfect fit! This free crochet pattern is easy to follow, great for beginners and can be made in just a few evenings. The pattern I implemented in this blanket is basic but yields a wonderful texture while retaining a soft feel to the touch. Your baby will love cuddling with this cozy crocheted creation. Or, create a Liam blankie to give as a sweet and thoughtful shower gift. Skill Level: Easy Materials: 1250 – 1500 yards of medium or worsted yarn, (I used Caron Simply Soft in Dark Country Blue and Grey Heather.)US Hook size K/6.50mm Gauge: 4 sts = 1 inch Dimensions: approximately 36”x36” Key:CH = chainSC = single crochetDC = double crochetSL ST = slip stitchCC = change color Instructions: Chain 120. Edge:With a contrasting color, join with sl st to Row 120, ch 1, turn. Note: Color change (CC) at the beginning of rows to create stripes or color blocking as you desire.

Project: Crochet Heart Scarf By Alice Merlino This romantic little scarf is the perfect accessory to tuck around your neck and keep the chill off while you wait for spring to arrive. Made with cuddly soft cotton-blend yarn, it’s comfortable enough to wear all day. And if you are not one for squish sentimentality, you’ll be happy to know they make this yarn in black, too. Either way, the lacy holes and motif-as-you-go construction makes this a project you can crochet in an afternoon. Materials 1 skein Knit Picks Comfy Fingering, shown above in Flamingo 2.75mm crochet hook 3.75mm crochet hook Yarn needle Scissors Abbreviations: st = stitch ch = chain ch sp = chain space sc = single crochet dc = double crochet tr = triple crochet sl st = slip stitch Pattern You’ll make two scarf halves that you can connect in the middle so that your hearts are always right-side up when you wear your scarf. Many stitches are made into the chain space of the previous row. Step 1: Make the first half of your scarf. Step 3: Connect the scarf halves.

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