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Crochet Granny Square (multi-colors) Pattern + Video

Hi everyone! Today's video tutorial is the traditional Crochet Granny Square Stitch. I am using 5 colors so I will go over how to change colors every round. I searched for color combos that had a retro vibe and used Lion Brand's Pound of Love (with so many colors and so much yardage).

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I have a video for the traditional granny square using just one ball of yarn. You can watch it below or on youtube, here.

I have a couple of "granny" related garment patterns including the Granny Cabin Cardigan and Granni Pocket Cardi, but I really wanted a cardigan using squares stitched together.

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ch - Chain

st(s) - Stitches

sc - Single Crochet

sp - Space(es)

sk - Skip

sp - Space

Rep - Repeat

dc - Double Crochet

yo - Yarn Over


Work 3 dc sts into the same st/sp

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Oct 10, 2023

Oh, this is my favourite, when we were taught to knit, they always gave this method as an example, saying that it was the simplest and most effective in its learning and further application. I remember when it came to practice in various enterprises, for some reason at that moment other subjects gave the most tasks, including written ones, it was a horror for me, but thanks to everything went pretty quickly and I could only calmly do my work in the classroom, because I clearly knew that the written work would be done one hundred percent. And now I have been working for myself for several months and have a pretty good income from it, but I also…

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