Stained Glass Spiral Crochet Granny Square


Stained Glass Spiral Crochet Granny Square

Stained Glass Spiral Crochet Granny Square
Stained Glass Spiral Crochet Granny Square

"Beautiful 8.5" spiral afghan square! Use up your leftover variegated and ombre yarn to make the spiral, mixed with a contrasting solid color for an amazing look! 25-30 squares will make a fun throw."


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge7 hdc sts=2"
4 hdc rows=2"

Finished Size8.5"

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I like to collect and make different granny squares. I join them in a throw or blanket. Doing different squares keeps it from getting boring. This square looks a bit challenging but I really like the result. Thank you for the pattern.

I have been Trying to do this... Im having a hard time with the start. It always seems like I end up with a hole or the colors getting broke. Any ideas or suggestions would be great. I am new at the whole crochet thing.. but have been doing some other stuff too. Thanks!

What a cool granny square that is not a granny square at all! I want to see more of these spiral designs! Wow, the black sets off that "Mexicana" colorway in the best way possible. Also, think of lightening this up by using a WHITE with the Mexicana yarn. Suddenly you've created an afghan suitable for a baby's room! Bright and fun like a rainbow.

This is very different and very easy. I really like the look of it. If I use the colors shown, I think it would be a great present for a guy or a man cave. Nothing sissy or feminine here. It has a more male look to me. Thanks for sharing this one.

I can see a complete afghan now. I really like the idea but I know a whole lot of black would not work for me. I think my major color will being something warmer and I plan to make half of them with the main color and the other half with the color changing yarn and sew them together in a design. I can't wait to get started.

Very unique. I like the concept and was interested in making this. The pictures show that the use of stitch markers is necessary and I always have issue with those. But then I read over the directions and I feel like I can do this. This is really going to make an interesting square.


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