Cathedral Window 12" Square

Cathedral Window 12" Square

Cathedral Window 12" Square
Cathedral Window 12 Square

"This fun, free Cathedral Window 12″ square crochet pattern can be made in a variety of color combinations. It is reminiscent of a cathedral window and the colors used can accent that look if you choose. This square also looks great when made in a single color. The Cathedral Window 12″ crochet square is an easy pattern to work up and would look great in an afghan. Make your Cathedral Window 12" square in soft, classic colors to make a beautiful, vintage and heirloom blanket."

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge3 ¼ inches after round 2, 5 ¼ inches after round 4

Finished Size12"

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I just love to find a 12 inch pattern. There are so many ways that they can be used. This one reminds me of heirloom and traditional. It almost hearkens to those quilts my grandmother would have on her bed. This would be a beautiful pillow for the home in any room.

This Cathedral Window 12" square is really very pretty. The colors used here are reminiscent of the traditional cathedral windows. I am thinking Tiffany when I want to make this square and can see much more bright colors used for the design. Just depending on your preference, this could go either way.

What a great find. A one foot square is much easier to work with as far as measurements. I think a 3 X 4 afghan would be great for a crib. I want to line the back side so baby's little fingers don't get caught in the open lacy parts. Thanks for offering this.

I am really enjoying all these 12 inch square projects. This is one design that looks equally well worked in a solid color or several different colors. Its the perfect blend of solid circles and lacy openings. The pattern is rated at Easy, so most Beginners would be able to successfully work this up. Since I teach both seniors and teens, Im always looking for potential projects for them.

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