September 7, 2010

Granny Square Pattern WIP

I love how you can make even a simple granny square look good by using different color combinations, but even I'm getting tired of the same basic square. I wanted to try something a little different, yet still simple enough to do without having to mark your rounds or lose your place.

I played with it this weekend and wrote up this easy 7" granny square pattern. I'll share the completed free pattern once it's tested.    Here's the link :  Simple 7" Granny Square Pattern. You can find all of my patterns by clicking on the tab at the top of the page that says Crochet Patterns.

My simple 7 inch granny square in
two different color combinations

Here it is in purple and lavender.  I like the way it
looks with white and two shades of same color.

~ Marie Anne

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Clara said...

Love the squares!

Melissa said...

Your squares look really pretty :) Love the different color combos you did. I like making granny squares... I just don't like sewing them all together. LOL

Marsha S said...

I'm in for the week. I will check in later today to see what all has been added and check them out.
Looks like you have the pattern down on the granny square, but if you want to send me the pattern to try making one, I sure will.

crazymotheringchick said...

I really like that square. I personally prefer the first two, because I like more than one color, but the purples are nice, too.

crazymotheringchick said...

Marie Anne, I have finally fixed my linky thing, so if you like, you can delete the first one. Sorry about that, and thanks for the heads-up.

Kat said...

I would love to try this square out. If you could e-mail me your pattern out I would love to try to make my mom a blanket for her Christmas gift. My e-mail is Thank you very much,and I hope to hear from you soon.