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Pattern for Granny Squares - instructions and ideas for crocheting

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  • 1. Granny Squares pattern
  • 2. Granny Squares pattern
  • 3. Granny Squares pattern
  • 4. Granny Squares pattern
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Previous knowledge

To crochet Granny Squares, you need some basic crochet knowledge. But they are not that many. You should be familiar with these techniques in detail so that you can work with the following instructions:

  • thread ring
  • stitches
  • strong stitches
  • Chopsticks and half chopsticks
  • double rods
  • slip stitch

When crocheting in the square you have to keep paying attention to a few things. These include crocheting thread rings as a starting point, crocheting transitional meshes to replace chopsticks at the beginning of each new round, and a warp stitch at the end of each round. This explains the basic principle of Granny Squares - they crochet in turns, from the inside out. The individual instructions are always pointed out, so you can not go wrong.

1. Granny Squares pattern

1st round: Work 4 air meshes and connect them with a chain stitch to a ring.

2nd round: Work 3 air meshes (substitute swabs), 2 sticks and an air mesh in the ring. Then crochet 3 times: 3 sticks and 1 air mesh into the ring. The round is closed with a chain stitch.

3rd round: Begin this round in a pre-row airmesh arc (this can be a new color, but does not have to).

Crochet 3 pieces of air, 2 sticks and one air mesh in this bow, and again 3 sticks. Now skip the chopsticks of the previous row and work in each additional airmesh sheet: 3 sticks, 1 airlock and 3 sticks. It concludes with a chain stitch. The square is already recognizable as such.

4th Round: Now start in one of the side arcs. Now crochet 3 Air Meshes, 2 Chopsticks. You skip the chopsticks of the previous row and work 3 sticks, an air mesh and 3 sticks into the corner of the Granny Squares.

Always work the round in this way. Side crocheted in the arches 3 Luftmaschen. In the corners you work 3 sticks, an air mesh and again 3 sticks. The round is completed with a chain stitch. Now Granny Square is already finished - but you can make it as big as you want in this way. The technology always remains the same.

2. Granny Squares pattern

1st Round: Crochet a Magic Ring. In this work 2 air mesh and 7 sticks. The ring is closed with a chain stitch.

2nd round: Place the round in one of the stitches in the previous row. Crochet two pieces of air and a stick into this stitch. In each stitch of the previous row, 2 sticks are crocheted (= 16 stitches). Crochet the chain stitch.

3rd round: Crochet chopsticks bundles. Start again in one of the stitches of the previous series. Crochet two pieces of air and a chopstick. Then crochet two chopsticks into the next stitch, but these are then mopped off together. This is followed by an air mesh. Crochet these bundles of two chopped sticks together and one air mesh into each of the other stitches of the previous row (= 16 tufts). Finish the round with a chain stitch.

4th round: Now crochet into the spaces of the previous row. Start with 2 air stitches in the first, then crochet 2 sticks together to form a tuft.

Work 2 air meshes.

Then crochet 3 sticks into each space, which are then brushed together to form a tuft. In between, always 2 air meshes are worked. The round is closed with a chain stitch.

Round 5: This round is worked like Round 4, except that the bundles consist of 4 bundled together bundles. You start with 2 air meshes and 3 sticks in the bundle. Between the 4-tufts 3 air-stitches are crocheted. Kettmasche to the conclusion.

6th round: You start with 2 air meshes and three chopsticks in the first space. Then crochet four single sticks into each space of the previous row, no tufts. * After three crocheted interspaces with four individual sticks, the first corner comes: in the next sheet, crochet 3 double sticks, 4 air stitches and again 3 double sticks. *

The order ** repeat now until the end of the round. The conclusion is again a chain stitch.

3. Granny Squares pattern

1st round: Crochet a thread ring. This is followed by 3 air stitches, a stick and an air mesh. Then crochet * 2 sticks and 1 airlock * 7 times. The series is closed with a chain stitch.

Round 2: Now work in the first air mesh arc of the previous row. Crochet 3 Air Meshes and 2 Chopsticks. Then crochet 3 sticks and one air mesh in each bow of the previous row. With a Kettmasche the round is closed.

3rd round: The thread is now worked back into the bow. This is followed by 3 air stitches, 1 sticks, 2 air stitches and 2 sticks. After that, in each bow, you will haul 2 sticks, 2 air stitches and 2 sticks. Crochet the chain stitch.

4th round: Go back to the next arc with the working thread. Start with 3 airguns and 6 sticks in this bow. Then crochet 7 sticks in each additional sheet of the previous row. Slip stitch.

5th round: You start with 1 aerial rug - then follow fixed stitches in stitch of the preliminary round. Between the tufts they work this stitch around the entire space, which makes the stitches longer. Knitt mesh work.

Round 6: Start this round with a long, tight stitch. Now crochet the following sequence:

  • * half sticks
  • four fixed stitches
  • half a stick
  • two sticks
  • in a mesh you work a double stick, 3 air meshes, double sticks
  • two sticks
  • half a stick
  • solid mesh*

Repeat the order ** three more times.

7th round: Start with two air meshes. Then crochet half a stick into each stitch. In the arc of the corner 3 half rods are worked. The round is closed with a chain stitch.

4. Granny Squares pattern

1st round: Crochet a thread ring with 7 half sticks - crochet for the first stick with 2 spare air meshes.

Round 2: Work 2 sticks in each stitch, crochet the first stick with three pieces of air as a spare (= 14 stitches).

3rd round: Crochet * 1 round, 3 stitches, 1 slit stitch * - continue the sequence ** until finish. Kettmasche completes the round.

4th round: Then crochet seven little mice consisting of 4 sticks each. For this work in each well between the bows 4 sticks. Then crochet a slit stitch in the middle of the fixed stitches of the previous row. Finally, the round is finished with a chain stitch.

Round 5: In this row, work them into the wells: 1 stick, 1 ch, 1 stick in a stitch (the first chop of the round is replaced by Lftm again). Then 2 air stitches are worked. Crochet on the shell: in the middle a tight stitch and then 2 air stitches. Finish the round in this way, then a chain stitch comes.

Round 6: Then crochet a single crochet in each stitch of the preliminary round. In the bows between the rods, two fixed meshes are worked in each case. For the sheets of 2 air stitches, they each work 3 fixed stitches.

Round 7: Start with * 4 Lftm as a substitute for a double stick, followed by: 1 double stick, 2 Lftm, 2 double sticks, 2 sticks, 2 half sticks, 5 fixed loops in the sides, 2 half sticks, 2 sticks, 2 Double sticks, 2 Lftm, 2 double sticks, 2 sticks, 2 half sticks and again 5 fixed stitches *

The order ** is repeated on the other half. Finish with a chain stitch through the top air mesh of the 4 Lftm.

Round 8: Now crochet a chopsticks into each stitch (start again with 3 spare airpins). In the corner crochet a chopsticks, 2 air meshes and a chopstick. Knitt mesh as a conclusion.

5. Granny Squares pattern

1st round: Start with a string of string - crochet 8 half rods in it.

Round 2: Now start with 3 lftm and two sticks, which are mitigated together. This is followed by 2 air meshes. Crochet a tuft into each chopstick, consisting of three sticks, which are mashed together. Then follow again 2 Lftm. The round closes with a chain stitch.

3rd round: Then crochet 3 sticks in each round of the preliminary round (work three lftm at the beginning as a transition). Crochet in the corner then 3 sticks, 2 Lftm and again 3 sticks. Then work a warp stitch as a conclusion.

4th round: Crochet a chopstick and 3 small meshes between the chopsticks. In the corner: two sticks, two Lftm and again 2 sticks. Conclusion is again a chain stitch.

Round 5: Now you work only in the bows of the previous row chopsticks. Start at one corner: two tr, 2 ch, 2 tr. Crochet 5 sticks in the next sheet. Then 3 sticks are worked into the middle bow. Crochet 5 sticks in the third bow. Repeat this way on the remaining pages. Do not forget the chain stitch.

Round 6: Crochet another chopstick in each chopstick. Crochet the corners like this: 2 sticks, 2 air stitches, 2 sticks. Finally, the warp stitch must not be missing.

6. Granny Squares pattern

1st Round: Crochet 12 sticks into a string of twine.

2nd round: Start with 4 air meshes and a chopstick in a stitch. * Then crochet two meshes, with these you skip a stitch. Work a chopstick, an air mesh and a chopstick into the next stitch. * The order ** is repeated until the end. With a Kettmasche the round is closed.

3rd round: This round starts in the space between two chopsticks. * Work a tight loop in the bow, followed by half a stick, a whole stick and an air mesh, and again a stick, half a stick and a tight loop in the bow. * Crochet the order ** until the end of the round which is closed with a chain stitch.

Round 4: Work 7 sticks in the fixed stitches of the previous row (start the round as usual with 3 riser stitches). Always crochet a tight loop in the top of the shell. The round ends with a chain stitch.

5th round: One crochet stitch and two stitches are now crocheted in every other stitch. If you have done everything right, the round ends with 2 air stitches - then finish with a warp stitch (= 24 sheets).

Round 6: Start this series in one of the bows. Crochet the first corner: 5 Lft, 1 Sturdy Stitch, 5 Lftm, 1 Sturdy Stitch, 5 Lftm, 1 Sturdy Stitch.

The sides work like this: 3 Lftm, 1 fixed stitch, 3 Lftm, 1 fixed stitch, 3 Lftm, 1 fixed stitch. Work the corners and sides in this round in this way, in the end do not forget the warp stitch.

Round 7: Always crochet 3 stitches into the 3-piece bows. In the 5-er bows you work: 1.Bogen = 3 half rods, 2.Bogen = 3 sticks, 2 Lftm and 3 sticks, 3.Bogen = 3 half sticks. Finally with a chain stitch.

Round 8: A stitch is worked into each stitch. Crochet in the corners: a sturdy stitch, a waistband, a tight knit. Kettmasche to the conclusion.

9th round: The last row consists of a solid stitch and an air mesh in every 2nd stitch of the preliminary round. Then finish with a chain stitch.

7. Granny Squares pattern

1st round: Crochet a thread ring. In these are crocheted 24 half sticks.

2nd round: Start with 3 air meshes. Then crochet 4 sticks in a stitch. * It follows a fixed stitch. Skip one stitch and crochet 5 sticks into the next stitch. * Repeat the sequence ** until the end (= 8 shells).

3rd round: You start in one of the fixed stitches of the previous row. * Then crochet 5 sticks into this stitch. This is followed by 3 air meshes. Then crochet the corner: in the next fixed stitch, work 1 double swatch, 3 air stitches, 1 double swatch and 3 air stitches. *

The order ** is repeated until the end of the round.

4th round: Crochet 3 air stitches again. Work 5 sticks on each shell. 3 sticks are crocheted in the air-mesh bow, one stick in each double stick of the previous row. In the corner crochet: 3 sticks, 3 air stitches, 3 sticks. Work on this meadow round to the end.

Round 5: Now work in every 2nd stitch: half a stick, an airlock, with which you skip a stitch of the previous row. In the corner are crocheted: half sticks, 2 air stitches and half a stick. (Also here you start the round with air meshes as a substitute - for half a stick and an air mesh you work three air meshes)

Round 6: Crochet two stitches in each side square bow. In the corners two fixed stitches, 2 air stitches and again two fixed stitches are worked.

8. Granny Squares pattern

1st Round: Crochet a Magic Ring. In it, 8 half-sticks are crocheted.

Round 2: Work in every 2 sticks: 5 sticks and 7 air stitches. Start the round with 3 risers to replace the first one. Finish with a chain stitch.

3rd round: * In the 5 sticks: Crochet one stick each in the first two, crochet two sticks into the third, into the fourth and fifth work one stick at a time. This is followed by two air meshes. (At the beginning 3 air meshes as a substitute for the first stick.)

In the corner: Crochet 3 sticks into the third air mesh, skip 5 air stitches, one air stitch of the previous row, crochet 3 sticks in the following air stitch, 2 air stitches. *

The round is completed in this order **.

Kettmasche to the conclusion

4th round: * Work 6 sticks together to form a tuft. Crochet 5 pieces of air. This will skip one stitch and work into the next one chopsticks. This is followed by 3 air meshes.

The corner: crochet 2 sticks, 2 air stitches, 2 sticks and 3 air stitches.

This will skip one stitch and work one stick into the next. This is followed by 3 air meshes. *

The order ** is repeated until the end of the round and finished with a chain stitch.

5th round: Crochet a tight stitch in each stitch for the edge. Crochet into the bows as many fixed stitches as there were crocheted in the mesh. Finally, do not forget the warp stitch.

Round 6: Crochet a chopstick in each stitch. Crochet in the corner: a stick, an air mesh and again a chopstick. The round is closed with a chain stitch.

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