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Tiny Granny Square Necklace

By: Heather Mann from dollarstorecrafts.com

Use your scraps of yarn to make a Tiny Granny Square Necklace. DIY jewelry has become very popular lately. Why wouldn't you want to design your own fashion statement? This free crochet pattern is literally free, it will cost you next to a dollar.

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Crochet Hook12 or 1 mm hook (steel)

Yarn Weight(0) Lace (33-40 stitches to 4 inches). Includes crochet thread.

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Like the State Farm commercial with the lady and the blue suede sofa - "Have to have it!" Not only do I plan to make this as a necklace but I have the idea of making these mini granny squares and making matching bracelets to go with them. I love Granny squares and any chance I get to make them, I either save the pattern or go for the gusto. Love this idea.

I love granny working squares and in all my years I never thought to make them into jewelry. I like the idea because I can create many different colors and have a new necklace to wear with each outfit.

How cute is this Tiny Granny Square Necklace! What a novelty it would make a one of a kind for sure. It will be fun picking out colors too. I just saw a flower necklace and she used Mod Podge to make it stiff to last longer. That is a good idea for this project too!

This has to be the cutest granny square I have ever seen. I used dmc embroidery thread from my stash to make the smallest version that I could and made some matching dangle earrings to go with it. I a man going to make a second set to give to my mum on Mother's Day as I think they would make an ideal handmade gift that will stand out and that no one else will have. I used a mix of drapers starch and water to block my finished piece to make it stiff enough to stay as a square.

I just love this Tiny Granny Square Necklace! I'm not a big fan of granny squares for blankets but thisoh wow there are no words to express how cute this is.. I am making a few of these for sure, they will make great gifts and if I had a craft booth I'm sure they would sell out quickly.. Thank you so much for this easy free pattern.

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