How to Crochet Granny Squares?

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To crochet granny squares you first need to make a slip knot. Then, chain five. Insert the hook into chain one to make a circle. Connect it with a slip stitch.
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1. Chain 4 then join with slip stitch to form a ring. 2. Chain 3, do 2 double crochets in the ring. Chain 2, do 3 double crochets in the ring and then chain 3. Do 3 double crochets
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Weave in all loose ends. You may also want to block the granny square. Now What? OK, so you crocheted a granny square. What will you do with it now? Need some ideas? You could make
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ok so what you need to do after you slip stitch your chain into a circle, is to chain 3 . this counts as your first double crochet. then proceed to dc as normal in the center of the
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There are many types of granny squares. All granny squares start with a certain amount of chain stitches (usually 4-7) joined to the first chain stitch to make a circle. Basic granny
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How to Crochet Grannie Squares
Learning the pattern to crochet a Granny Square is easy. If you have already mastered the basics such as the chain, single crochet, and double crochet, you can do a Granny Square. Once you've done a couple for practice you'll be able to do these without... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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