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25 Crochet Granny Square Afghans

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By: Julia Wiatr, Editor, AllFreeCrochet.com
25 Crochet Granny Square Afghans

There are two popular types of crochet granny square afghans: there's the afghan that is essentially a very large granny square, and then there's the afghan that's comprised of many smaller, individual granny squares. If you choose to work on the first type, you'll be making a never ending granny square afghan by starting to work on a simple crochet granny square that continues getting larger as you keep working around. These types of afghans are fun to work because the patterns are typically simple and feature easy-to-memorize stitch pattern repeats.

Then there are granny square afghans that are worked by combining individual granny squares, either all at the end or by following the join as you go method. In this way, you'll be making lots of smaller little projects, so there's a little more room for color experimentation and switching up patterns. You can keep crocheting the same type of square for your finished crochet afghan, or use different granny square patterns to create a mosaic effect. The choice is yours - we've gathered 25 of our favorite granny square afghan patterns for you to explore, so poke around and see what you can make! 

Neverending Crochet Granny Square Afghans

Neverending crochet granny square afghans are fun and simple crochet blankets to work up. Just as the name suggests, these patterns feature granny square patterns that don't end. To work up one of these crochet afghan patterns, you simply crochet a granny square and then keep going! These blankets are worked in the round and can be made as big or as small as you want, just keep placing your stitches and following the pattern to expand your design, or keep it small and simple to work up a simple crochet baby blanket. 

Granny Square Crochet Blanket Patterns

These crochet granny square afghans are all comprised of individual granny squares.When making crochet blankets out of granny square patterns, you have a lot of freedom in the construction of your blanket: you can make all the squares the same color or make them contrasting color schemes. You can use the same granny square throughout the entire blanket, or work up a granny square afghan pattern using just one repeated pattern. These crochet patterns are perfect when you're on the go, and they can be altered to make a larger or smaller afghan at will. 

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