Sunshine Granny Square Apron


Sunshine Granny Square Apron

Sunshine Granny Square Apron
Sunshine Granny Square Apron

"You will love this Sunshine Granny Square Apron crochet pattern. It even has pockets! You can make this apron as colorful as you want, or you can keep it simple with solid colored granny squares. The choices are endless. Pattern is one size fits most but instructions to make the ties longer/shorter are included. Materials needed: -H/5mm crochet hook -worsted weight yarn (I used Red Heart Super Saver in white, lemon, minty & petal pink) -locking stitch markers -method for blocking your granny squares"


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge16 dc= 4 inches, 11 rows= 4 inches

Finished Sizefits most teen/adults

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I totally agree with JaneEK below, when she talks about how there is an exact way to join granny squares together to make them look NICE. I always struggle with that, so I probably would personally benefit from reading over that section of the pattern. This vintage inspired apron is so pretty and it looks like those pastel butter mints.

One of my sisters in completely into vintage aprons, but Im not sure what shed make of this one. I tend to get pretty messy when I cook, and this one is almost too pretty to use. I do like the instructional video even though Ive lost count long ago of how many granny squares Ive worked. The best tip is showing EXACTLY how to stitch the squares together and how many stitches in each side. That can be confusing for Beginners.


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