Pizza Pie Crochet Granny Square


Pizza Pie Crochet Granny Square


Pizza Pie Crochet Granny Square
Pizza Pie Crochet Granny Square

If you love pizza, or you know someone who does, then make it clear to the world with the Pizza Pie Crochet Granny Square. Featuring a design of a pizza pie that's almost mouth-watering, this crochet granny square will add vibrant colors and personality to any bag or purse. Although the easy crochet pattern is shown topped with pepperoni, be creative and use other colors of yarn to create the custom pizza design of your dreams. This project for a crochet granny square is the perfect way to use up the odds and ends in your yarn stash, too.


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

Materials List

  • Worsted weight yarn (blogger used Patons Canadiana in Cherished Yellow, Crantini, Cardinal, Fool’s Gold, and White)
  • H/8 or 5 mm hook
  • Tapestry needle

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I want one of this made large enough for a pillow or two for the family room. Pizza is one of our favorite game night treats and I know the little ones would love to have these to "sit upon" while we a playing those family board games.

Pizza, the other food group right after chocolate. This is pizza pie crochet granny square would be a great gift for that one person in the family that can eat pizza for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. By crocheting these and changing up the toppings and a few filler squares this afghan can be personalized for that pizza fanatic. Cute

Probably one of the most unique granny square motifs I have seen to date. How about this for a young adult who's out on this own for the first time? Or make it for your husband and his mancave. It looks almost good enough to eat! This is pure kitsch. I'll add some flecks of red in there for some crushed red pepper.

Dont limit this adorable pattern to just a small granny square. Make it larger, and it would be a cute cover for a medium sized pillow. A little something special for my grandsons occasional pillow fights! Best of all, the author provides wonderful step by step photo illustrations, including how to turn a round piece into a square. Excellent instructions.


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