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Free 3D Daffodils Granny Square Crochet Pattern

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Daffodils are a particularly inspiring sight. We’ve got a brand-new pattern to share with you. Extremely beautiful and vibrant, this Free 3D Daffodils Granny Square Crochet Pattern is simply amazing. It's a modern variation of classic afghan block. The pattern builds the flower so that there is no sewing parts together. It is fun and quite easy to make if you know how to make the crossed double crochet, V-stitch, treble, and double treble crochet stitches. You'll be able to enjoy daffodils in your home all year round. If you plan to connect all these granny squares together to make a blanket, you will need to learn how to join Crochet Motifs.Free 3D Daffodils Granny Square Crochet Pattern

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Daffodowndillies Square

Front Loop Treble Crochet Stitch

The Front Loop Treble Crochet Stitch is a variation of the treble crochet stitch also known as the front loop triple crochet stitch. For this crochet stitch, you will be inserting your crochet hook through the front loop of your treble crochet instead of through both loops. This is the stitch your pattern is referring to when it says front loop only for your treble crochet stitch. We are so glad you chose to visit us at Online Crochet Patterns, and look forward to sharing this tutorial with you. To start off, Online Crochet Patterns offers...

Front Loop Treble Crochet Stitch

Crochet Snowman Granny Squares Blanket

A couple of years ago I made the Snowman Granny Square. And updated the pattern this year (2016) with my newest blanket pattern I made using these squares together. These smiling snowy faces can stay looking at each other in this Christmas all the time! Attaching these Snowman Granny Squares together, you can make any size blanket or afghan. It means this is a free size pattern. And also Snowman Granny Square Blanket can be worked with your favorite yarn weight. I used sport weight and made 20 squares. These all squares I joined with Join As You Go (JAYGo) method.

Crochet Snowman Granny Squares Blanket

Difficulty Level: Intermediate

Crochet Hook: G/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge: 20 dc x 7.5 rows = 4” with 4mm crochet hook.

Finished Size: Finished size of one granny square: 4.5″ x 4.5″

Materials List
Materials (for one square)
sport weight yarn (16 WPI)
Blue color (13 yards)
White color (17 yards)
Small amount of black and orange color
4 mm crochet hook

Easy Peasy Flower Squares free pattern

What could be better than the combination of flowers and squares? Nothing, we think, because these Easy Peasy Flower Squares are simply amazing. Join these pretty crochet flower squares together to make a crochet blanket or even a cute crochet shawl. This idea is revolutionary because you don't have to do just a flower motif or just a granny square afghan, you can make them all in one. We love learning and we hope you do too because this tutorial will be your next favorite thing.Easy Peasy Flower Squares free pattern

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Crossed Afghan Square

From the blogger: "This square may be labeled intermediate due to the post stitches, but it's actually pretty easy to crochet! The varying stitch heights create a fun color pattern, while the post stitches give the overall square some texture. Try playing with different colors or even making the whole thing in one color. Just have fun with it. Once you finish the stitches, cut the yarn and weave in all ends. The finished piece after blocking should measure to be a 12” square. Enjoy!

Crossed Afghan Square

Difficulty Level: Intermediate

Crochet Hook: J/10 or 6 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge; 13 sts x 7 rows = 4” [10 cm] in dc

Finished Size: 12″ square after blocking

Tunisian Cross Stitch Afghan Block

"I simply love when you can use a simple crochet stitch and put a twist on it. This creates a beautiful new stitch that looks so much different by just changing a small thing. That is exactly what the Tunisian crochet cross stitch is. Simply put, you work two Tunisian simple stitches but crossed over. It is a super simple technique suitable for beginners. I have used this beautifully textured stitch for a simple afghan block. It would look lovely as part of a Tunisian stitch sampler blanket or cushion cover. You can also make this square with a 100% cotton yarn and use it as a washcloth or a facecloth."Tunisian Cross Stitch Afghan Block

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