It took me a long time to settle on the final look of my square, but I am very pleased with it, and I hope you love it, too! Since I am a left handed designer, I have the unique insight that a lot of right handers just don't think of, but I have included visual assistance for both left and right handed crocheters in my pattern.
These crochet starburst granny squares are the prettiest thins to find here today. The intimate details of the pattern with the white square boundary and the colorfully green star outburst center are captivating. You can use these beautiful granny squares for a lot of fun projects during the summer and spring. Free pattern here!
Introducing the ‘Little Love’ square pattern; Dora’s take on the classic solid granny square! Worked using linked crochet stitches, this is a modern twist which creates a solid contemporary fabric. Just as flexible as a traditional granny square you can use this motif to make blankets, bags, hats, ponchos, afghans, pillows, sweaters and so much more! The pattern includes written instructions, a step by step photo guide and a video tutorial (for left and right handers!). It explains the linked double crochet stitch and offers an extra tutorial for that too!"
I’ve been wanting to make a garden inspired afghan for awhile now. I was envisioning various floral afghan squares all pieced together. After playing around with some designs, I worked out this Aubrieta Bloom Afghan Square crochet pattern and I’m really loving it! I really hope you guys love it too! Since the written pattern can be a bit wordy, I also included a stitch diagram of the square for those of you who like to follow along in a more visual way. Enjoy!! Here is what you will need: 4 colors worsted or Aran weight yarn (shown here in Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice) CA Choice Lilac – 191 CB Fern – 171 CC Dusty Green – 173 CD Linen – 99 US J/6 mm hook scissors and yarn needle
I am so looking forward to green grass, flowers and working in my yard, this year more than ever. As I thought about this project, I knew I wanted a flower to bloom out of the center. You can add the petals around the center or leave them off. The texture is easy to create and I think it gives it a nice look. Materials and Details Yarn: 100-125 yards ww yarn Crochet Hook: J (6mm) Notions: Yarn needle for weaving in ends Measurements: 12” square Yarn colors used in sample: Red Heart With Love Aran, Cornsilk, Lettuce, Grenadine, Iced Blue, Bluebell