The granny square has been around for decades, and with good reason! It's the most versatile pattern out there and it can be used to make anything from afghans to gorgeous garments. If you’ve always wanted to learn how to crochet, follow our series of Crochet Fundamentals. This pattern uses US terms and stitches include double crochet (dc); slip stitch (sl st) and chain (ch). | Difficulty: Beginner; Length: Quick; Tags: Crochet, Scissors, Yarn

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Mrs Flowerpot: Magenta Tartan Blanket - free granny squares crochet pattern by Clair Louise Coult.

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Granny square challenge - the final layout. This is what crochet really means to me, using lots of odd scraps of wool to make 100s of small squares that are simply joined together at the end. The patterns for all these squares are here for free. Thanks so much, for the memories.

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“Super soft & squishy aran weight baby (cot size) blanket AKA 'Ted' finished! Will be listed in my Etsy shop over the weekend or if someone wants him on…”

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Hi Bellas, Well I can’t believe 2014 is nearly done..shame I can’t say the same about my mood blanket! *insert hands over eyes monkey emoji!* I started out so well, and then I went back… View Post

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Here at last is the long awaited tutorial that I've been promising you all. I am so delighted that my blankets have inspired many of you...Thanks so xox ☆ ★ https://uk.pinterest.com/peacefuldoves/

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