Crochet Snowman Granny Squares Blanket

Crochet Snowman Granny Squares Blanket

Crochet Snowman Granny Squares Blanket
Crochet Snowman Granny Squares Blanket

"A couple of years ago I made the Snowman Granny Square. And updated the pattern this year (2016) with my newest blanket pattern I made using these squares together. These smiling snowy faces can stay looking at each other in this Christmas all the time! Attaching these Snowman Granny Squares together, you can make any size blanket or afghan. It means this is a free size pattern. And also Snowman Granny Square Blanket can be worked with your favorite yarn weight. I used sport weight and made 20 squares. These all squares I joined with Join As You Go (JAYGo) method."

Difficulty LevelIntermediate

Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge20 dc x 7.5 rows = 4” with 4mm crochet hook.

Finished SizeFinished size of one granny square: 4.5″ x 4.5″

Materials List

  • Materials (for one square)
    sport weight yarn (16 WPI)
  • Blue color (13 yards)
  • White color (17 yards)
  • Small amount of black and orange color
  • 4 mm crochet hook

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I cant say enough nice things about this adorable blanket. You could easily do the all the snowballs as a Grab and Go project. IF you dont plan to do the Join As You Go method, then all the blue could be worked as well. Ive never really been successful with JAYO, but since I just signed up for Craftsy, Ill be sure to look for that class recommended by the designer.

This Crochet Snowman Granny Squares Blanket is perfect gift for a toddler, a baby boy who can already appreciate Olaf. It's very inspiring to see a baby delighted reaction every time he sees Olaf in this blanket. I love the shade of blue used here - very light and refreshing to the senses. Perfectly combined with whites and Olaf's nose, deep orange. Cheers!

I made the blanket. It was joy to do it.

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