Magic Granny Square


"From time to time, I sit down between large projects experimenting new small crochet pieces, such as coasters and granny squares. Sometimes nothing interesting comes out. But I think this time it really turned out well. A magic granny square that turned from circle to almost square without the usual angles made of number of chain stitches. Materials Yarn: Alize cotton baby soft, 50% cotton, 50% acrylic, 100 g. / 270 mt. (3.53 0z. /295 yds), four skeins of color winter sky 514, two skeins of color light yellow 643. Hook: 5 mm, US. H/8 Tapestry needle Level: easy Granny square dimensions: (5.5 * 5.5) “2, (14 * 14) cm2 approx. Blanket dimensions: (32 * 25) “2, (84 * 64) cm2 approx."


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(1) Super Fine (27-32 stitches to 4 inches)

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In a single word, beautiful! This magic granny square makes a beautiful baby blanket. It has the appearance of something vintage. I am not sure if it is because of the colors blue and white used or from the square it self. I think this would also make a beautiful scarf.

I like this Magic Granny square for its vintage look, simplicity and for its colors. It reminds me of grandma who used to crochet all sorts of crochet stuff for the house. I will make this.

The pattern for this magic granny square comes with lots of extras that you dont usually get with such a simple and basic piece. The designer went all out with this by giving us pictures of a finished product she made using the square. She also shows us pictures of the square when made with different colors, and bonus diagrams.


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