Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Beginner Traditional Granny Square Pattern 2 Yarns

The blanket this Granny Square is in is found at


This is a Traditional Granny Square. I believe that this square is perfect for beginners because you are only going into spaces not stitches. That way you don't have to worry about going into the correct stitch.

Also, I wrote the instructions out without repeats. So it doesn't get to confusing.


Yarn: Caron 1 Pound, blue and tan


Abbreviations:
  • Corner” = Do [3dc, chain 3, 3dc] in the next ch3sp
  • Ch1sp or Ch3sp = chain-1 space or chain-3 space
  • ch = chain
  • DC – Double Crochet
  • TCH – join with slip stitch in the Top Of  the beginning ch3

Rows: 6
Size: 8 in square
Hook Size: H / 8 / 5.00MM


PATTERN:  Chain 4 and join. All beginning chain 3's count as the 1st DC


Yarn A: 
Round 1: chain 3, 2dc in the ring, ch3, 3dc in the ring, ch3, 3dc in the ring, ch3, 3dc in the ring, ch3 and join TOC
Round 2: chain 4 (counts as 1st DC and chain 1)

Do 1 Corner in next ch3sp, ch1,
Do 1 Corner in next ch3sp, ch1,
Do 1 Corner in next ch3sp, ch1,
Do [3dc, ch3, 2dc] in next ch3sp, join in the 3rd ch of beg ch4, cut your yarn and pull it through

Yarn B: Round 3: join your yarn in any chain-1 space and chain 3
Do 2dc in the same space then ch1

Do 1 CORNER and ch1, in next ch3sp.
 Do 3 dc in next ch1sp, ch 1

Do 1 CORNER and ch1 in next ch3sp, 
Do 3 dc in next ch1sp, ch 1

Do 1 CORNER and ch1, in next ch3sp, 
Do 3 dc in next ch1sp, ch 1

Do 1 CORNER in next ch3sp join with slip st in top of beg ch 3



Round 4: ch4 (counts as 1DC and chain 1)
Do 3 hdc in next ch1sp, ch1,
 Do 1 CORNER in next ch3sp, ch1

[Do 3 hdc in next ch1sp, ch1 ] x 2      
 Do 1 CORNER in next ch3sp, ch1

[Do 3 hdc in next ch1sp, ch1 ] x 2      
Do 1 CORNER in next ch3sp, ch1

[Do 3 hdc in next ch1sp, ch1 ] x 2      
Do 1 CORNER in next ch3sp, ch1

Do 2 hdc in final ch1sp, join with a slip stitch in the 3rd chain of the beg ch4.  Cut yarn and pull through loop



Yarn A: 
Round 5: join new yarn in any corner ch3sp and chain 3
Do [2dc, ch3, 3dc] in same space, chain 1
Do [3dc in the next ch1sp, chain 1] x3 
Do 1 CORNER in next ch3sp, ch1

Do [3dc in the next ch1sp, chain 1] x3
 Do 1 CORNER in next ch3sp, ch1

Do [3dc in the next ch1sp, chain 1] x3 
.Do 1 CORNER in next ch3sp, ch1

Do [3dc in the next ch1sp, chain 1] x3 , join with a slip st in the top of the beg ch3


Round 6: chain 4 (counts as 1DC and chain 1)
Do 1 CORNER in next ch3sp, ch1
Do [3dc in the next ch1sp, chain 1] x4, 

 Do 1 CORNER in next ch3sp, ch1
Do [3dc in the next ch1sp, chain 1] x4, 

 Do 1 CORNER in next ch3sp, ch1
Do [3dc in the next ch1sp, chain 1] x4, 

 Do 1 CORNER in next ch3sp, ch1
Do [3dc in the next ch1sp, chain 1] x3

Do 2dc in next ch1sp, join with a slip stitch in the top of the beginning chain 3


If you have any questions please let me know by comment
Heather Gibbs


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