Wednesday, January 2

Granny Square A Pattern a week for 2013

Original Granny 4 mm hook and DK
 I work in US Terms

PATTERN
Chain 3 sl.st. into circle
ROUND 1:Same col: start in any st,. 8trebles, chain 2 between each spoke, sl st to complete round and weave in ends.

ROUND 2:Second col: Corner Start: 2 tebles, 3 chain  2 trebles, 1chain, 2 trebles, 1 chain,. repeat 4 times. sl st to complete round and weave in ends.

ROUND 3: Third col: Corner start: 2 trebles, 3 chain, 2 trebles,  2 chain 2 trebles, 2 chain, 2 trebles, 2chain, repeat 4 times, sl st to complete round and weave in ends
ROUND 4:  cont. in third col or change to 4th col: 5 sc in corner spaces, 1sc in each of next two stitches, 2 sc in space, 1sc in next 2st, 2sc in next space, 1sc in next 2st, 2sc in next space, 1sc in next 2st, repeat for all sides. sl st, to complete round and weave in ends.
This sample was made using a 5mm hook and chunky or 2 strands of DK worked as one

HAVE FUN
Do all four rounds or....
stop at round 2....


or mix them up...different hook size and yarn or mix with another GS.
I will do a new Granny every week for 2013.
* Happy Hooking * 

8 comments:

  1. I like how it looks when you put different size squares together in one large block. It really makes this pattern POP. Thanks for the freebie!
    M

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  2. Where can you buy your book - would love to get a copy. I love your patterns.

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    1. Hi Gracie, where are you? Amazon seems to be the most popular supplier, but Smiths on line and quite a few book stoes do it, if you go to the publishers site GMC Publications they will be able to tell you the nearest book shop if you live in the UK.
      Hope that helps?
      Hugs Sue x

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  3. I just love this pattern and can't wait to use it, perhaps for a table runner or even a wall hanging. Thank you!

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  4. PATTERN
    Chain 3 sl.st. into circle. It seems as if these instructions are incomplete....is this a chain and join or a magic circle....I am not understanding....please help

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    1. Hi..yes it's a 3ch, circle or you can use a magic circle which ever you prefere
      Hope that helps? x

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  5. I love to try making this Granny Square pattern. I am still a beginner.
    I find that Crocheting Videos helps me understand the pattern better.
    Will you be making any videos of your patterns?

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    1. Hi..it has been a thought but not got past a thought...never say never though.
      Good luck with the crochet. X

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