Rainbow Burst Reversible Granny Square


Rainbow Burst Reversible Granny Square

Rainbow Burst Reversible Granny Square is a two for one deal, which makes it even better. You can use 2 or more colors to make this awesome square. It's also perfect for stash busting, so you can use your most coveted colors in your stash or try to get rid of the crazy bright ones by working up this crochet pattern. You can start this project on a rainy day to brighten up your mood. The instructions for this granny square include making an 8, 10, or 12 inch square. You can have whatever size square you most desire.


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

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OMG! This is genius. OK so let me back up a sec. For those that are not avid crochets, one may not know that there is a front and a back but this is genius. Now there is a different pattern on both sides and they are both beautiful. I love this. Thanks for the inspirational afghan pattern.

Rainbow Burst is the perfect name for this project because the colors really do look like theyre bursting out of the center! The reversible design on the back side of the square is an amazing surprise. I especially appreciate that the designer gives directions for making the square in various sizes. Great project for a scrap buster, even if you do have to sew in the ends.

This is such a fun, colorful square with a boho look. The pattern offers three different sizes, eight, ten, or twelve inches. Twelve inches is a very good size for a mandala or a pot holder or even a dishcloth for the kitchen. I love the bright colors that are used in this project. This is an advanced project and a bit of a challenge to a beginner.

AMAZING! This is incredible. Now I wish I had some scrap yarn to work this Rainbow Burst Reversible Granny Square. The pattern shows that the square can be worked up to 12". You know what they say about assuming, but if the pattern keeps repeating, this could ultimatly be a single piece afghan/throw. Am I right?


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