Updated: Apr 2, 2019
Hello Crochet Lovers, in today's post I will be showing you how to crochet a super soft granny square using the yarn: James C. Brett, Flutterby, Chunky.
I also have a crochet tutorial on my channel making the granny square and a kids scarf so feel free to check it out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9JHu8WH7xTo
Things you will need:
Hook: 5.5 mm
Yarn: James C. Brett - Flutterby - Chunky - 100% supersoft acrylic - shade: B14 Pink/Grey
100% acrylic yarns in the colours pink, grey and white (for the tassels)
ROW 1 - ch 6, sl into the first ch to create a circle
ROW 2 - ch 6, 1 dc into the circle, ch 3, dc into the circle and continue until you have 7 dcs and 8 space in between each dc.
ROW 3 - sl into next space available, ch 3 and 3 dcs into the same scape, ch 2, sk next dc and in the next sp available 4 dcs, ch 2, sk next dc, into the next sp available 4 dcs, repeat into all spaces available, when at the end ch 2 and sl into the third ch to connect the row.
ROW 5 - ch 5, sk 4 sts from previous row (4 dcs), into the next sp available 6 dcs, ch 2, sk the next 4 stitches (4 dcs), into the next sp available 6 dcs, repeat all the way around, when you get at the end ch 2, and in the last sp available 5 dcs and sl into third ch to connect the row.
ROW 6 - sl into next sp available, ch 1 and 1 sc into the same sp, ch 3, in between the 6 dcs create a 1 sc, ch 3, into the next sp available sc, ch 3, in between the 6 dcs, (2 dcs, ch 3, 2 dhcs) into the same st, ch 3, 1 sc into the next sp available, ch 3, 1 sc in between the 6 dcs, ch 3, 1 sc in the next sp available, ch 3, and create the next corner (2 dcs, ch 3, 2 dcs), and repeat this sequence all the way around, once done the last corner ch 3 and connect with sl into the ch 1 from the beginning of the row.
Fasten off and weave in yarn.
Terms used in the written pattern:
ch - chain
sl - slip stitch
dc/s - double crochet/double crochets
sp - space
st/s - stitch/stitches
sk - skip
sc - single crochet
Thank you so much my lovelies, and happy crochet! Subscribe for more posts!