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Tuesday, 30 April 2013

Granny Square CAL (Week 5)

Yay week 5 is here! Time for more beautiful granny squares. If you are new here you can find all the information about this crochet along in week 1.





I use a 5mm hook for all my squares and dk yarn. I also seem to do my dc quite loosely so you may need to add more rounds to your squares to get 8 inches.



13th Granny Square

So because I really wanted to add this square into my blanket and it is a more intermediate pattern I am going to give you the option of 2 different squares for this one. So pick whichever one you feel comfortable doing.

Square A:



The pattern does have a very bad english translation included and along with the chart and photos is actually not that hard. And I am always here to help if you need it.

I did 5 rounds of the granny pattern.

Square B:



Please note this pattern is in UK terms but I have a handy conversion chart here




14th Granny Square:



http://made-in-k-town.blogspot.co.uk/2013/02/african-flower-square-tutorial.html

Round 8: Place 5 sets of (3 dc,ch 1) evenly down each side (granny square pattern) Place (3 dc, ch 2, 3 dc) in each corner. Join to first dc with a sl st.



15th Granny Square


http://createcrochet.wordpress.com/2012/08/12/flower-in-a-granny-square-free-pattern/

Continue until you reach 8 inches. Border is optional.

Don't forget to post them on my Facebook page for a chance to win a single pattern free from my Ravelry Store

2 comments :

  1. Teri, I did square B first(just in case i don't figure out A)but it's longer than it is wide! any ideas? thanks! lverburg

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    1. No idea, sorry! Do you have the same amount of stitches on each side? Which side is 8 inches (the length or the width? Could you maybe stretch it? I will post a picture to my facebook page of how I block mine

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