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Granny Square Weekend Wonder



Who doesn't like making a throw in just one weekend? This Granny Square Weekend Wonder is just the right crochet afghan pattern for you. It's worked from the center out in one piece, so there are no seams to sew; it's just that easy!

Granny Square Weekend Wonder
Granny Square Weekend Wonder
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Crochet Hook: N/15 or 10 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

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Nov 22, 2013

for gtraicoff 7230405 Did you every try the Susan Bates Bamboo Handle Crochet Hooks! They are wonderful.


Aug 18, 2013

I love this color scheme and I love single square grannies. However, my hands don't like using any crochet hook larger than a J, so I stick to worsted weight yarn, even though it usually takes longer to finish an afghan.


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Apr 20, 2013

I used to avoid multicolor patterns until I saw a utube video about changing colors seamlessly. Instead of breaking off and pulling the end through the loop then having to weave in the end, you might try this. When you come to the end of the row and are about to chain three to start the next row and color, loop the new color around your hook and pull it through the the loop of the last stitch. Holding the ends of both colors firmly in your left hand and chain three with the new color with your right. Turn and form the next few stitches of the beginning row and color, laying the short ends of both colors along the ridge of stitches from the previous row. After you have done a few stitches, break off the old color close to where you are working and voila! the old and new color ends are tidily worked in without weaving. PS I think this pattern looks very nice and would be a great one to be creative while watching television.


Jan 8, 2013

I did my granny square lap cover during the weekend. It came out beautiful. Also used the same pattern to make cushion covers.. fantastic.


Mar 23, 2012

I don't understand the beginning of this patttern.


Mar 1, 2012

hi my name is JILL I AM DEAF I real forget how make granny square for long time please you will help and teach me how to do begin


Dec 30, 2011

Super easy and super fast to make. It came out beautiful!


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