Bloom Granny Square Throw

Bloom Granny Square Throw

Bloom Granny Square Throw
Bloom Granny Square Throw

"This fun granny square afghan is inspired by flowers and will liven up your living space for the spring and summer months. The squares are easy to work up, and make the perfect challenge for beginner crocheters (there is a stitch diagram and video demo to help you out!). You will need three different colours of worsted weight yarn to get started, along with a size H/8 (5 mm) crochet hook and a yarn needle to weave in ends."

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

Finished Size33" X 50"

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This is a beautiful dainty granny square throw. The flowers bloom from a dark shade to a lighter shade and that is what really makes it attractive to my eye. The shades selected would go blend in nicely with my decor so I will not have to change a thing. I found a new yarn to try in the meantime.

If youre a fan of the classic Granny Square (and who isnt, really?), youre going to love this project. This is a wonderful project for Beginners, too, because the designer includes both a crochet diagram and an instructional video. Most Beginners arent well versed in following diagrams, and this is an excellent opportunity to practice reading oneespecially with a familiar project like a granny.

Thank you for this beautiful bloom granny square throw. I can never get enough of them. If I had the time, I would make every single granny square pattern that I find but for now, I will have to settle to make this. My cousin sent me the link and I owe her.

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