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Exploring the Timeless Appeal of the Crochet Granny Square Blanket
Let’s explore the wonderful world of crochet and discover the timeless charm of the Granny Pinwheel Blanket.
This special blanket, made with crochet granny squares, has captured the hearts of crafters worldwide, no matter the time of year.
Get ready to be amazed by the endless possibilities this pattern offers, allowing you to express your creativity with different colors, shapes, and crochet techniques.
Experience the joy of creating something truly remarkable that will be treasured for years to come.
So grab your yarn and crochet hook, and let’s embark on an exciting journey to crochet this classic and captivating Granny Square Blanket.
Exploring the Versatility of Crochet Granny Squares
Get ready to let your imagination soar as we explore the limitless creative possibilities of crochet granny squares.
Whether you prefer simple and solid designs or want to experiment with different shapes, colors, techniques, and textures, the world of crochet granny squares is your playground.
Let your creativity shine and create unique and stunning pieces.
Bringing Contemporary Geometric Home Decor to Life
Join us on an exciting journey as we bring contemporary geometric home decor to life through crochet.
The Granny Pinwheel Blanket combines favorite colors with modern shapes to create a stylish and trendy addition to any living space.
It’s a wonderful way to showcase your personal style and add a touch of modernity to your home.
Creating Your Granny Pinwheel Blanket
We’re here to guide you through the joyful process of creating your very own Granny Pinwheel Blanket.
With our easy-to-follow instructions and detailed picture tutorial, you’ll be able to crochet each 3-color square with confidence.
Plus, we’ll show you how to seamlessly assemble the squares using the mattress stitch joining method for a polished finish.
Customize and Adapt
Make the Granny Pinwheel Blanket uniquely yours by customizing its size to fit your preferences.
Whether you want a cozy throw or a larger blanket, we’ll provide tips on adjusting the dimensions.
Keep in mind that the yarn quantities may vary depending on your desired size, and consider alternative yarn options to ensure the blanket remains comfortably lightweight.
We hope this free crochet blanket pattern inspires you to embark on a creative journey and enjoy the modern beauty it brings to your home.
With its contemporary design and versatile nature, the Granny Pinwheel Blanket is a true gem in the world of crochet. Let’s get started on this delightful project together!
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GRANNY PINWHEEL BLANKET FREE PATTERN
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Materials & Tools:
- Yarn Drops Paris 100% Cotton (50g/75m), 19 balls:
- 9 balls of Mustard (41),
- 5 balls of Off White (17),
- 5 balls of Black (15).
- Hook size 5mm. Adjust hook size if necessary to obtain correct gauge.
- Tapestry needle (to weave and hide yarn ends).
Intermediate – magic ring, playing with three yarns, mattress stitch join
Gauge after blocking:
Each square measures 14cm.
Gauge is not crucial for this project. However, changes might result in a different yardage requirements and the finished size.
Size after blocking:
Finished blanket measures approx. 85 x 112 cm.
- The single square has 5 rounds but you can make your square as large as you’d like by adding/subtracting rounds.
- Blanket is joined using a Mattress Stitch and later framed with a half double crochet.
- If you are planning on making a different size keep in mind that cotton blankets tend to get heavy. You can use any type of yarn for that pattern.
Stitches & Abbreviations (US terms):
st(s) – stitch(es)
rep – repeat
mr – magic ring
The blanket is made up from 48 3-color squares, being 6 squares wide and 8 squares long.
To make one 3-color square follow the instruction:
Round 1: With Mustard, make a mr, ch3, 2dc in mr, ch2, 3dc in mr, ch1, change color to Black (drop and don’t cut the Mustard yarn, we will use it in the next round), ch1, 3dc in mr, ch1, change color to Off White (drop and don’t cut the Black yarn, we will use it in the next round), ch1, 3dc in mr, ch2 and sl st to join last ch to the top of the first initial ch3. Turn.
Round 2: sl st into ch2-space, ch3 (counts as a dc), dc in ch2-space, dc across until next ch2-space, 2dc in ch2-space, ch1, change color to Black (pick up Black yarn and drop Off White yarn), ch1, 2dc in ch2-space, dc across until next ch2-space, 2dc in ch2-space, ch1, change color to Mustard (pick up Mustard yarn and drop Black yarn), ch1, 2dc in ch2-space, dc across until next ch2-space, (2dc, ch2, 2dc) in next ch-2 space, dc across until the last space, (2dc, ch2) in the last space, sl st to join last ch to the top of beginning ch3. Turn.
Rounds 3-5: Repeat Round 2
Fasten off yarn, weave in all ends, block each square and join them using the Mattress Stitch.