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Crochet Puff Stitch Granny Square Pattern + Tutorial

Updated: Sep 10, 2021

Hi Friends! Today I have a Granny Square Tutorial for ya! I actually have a few different versions of this pattern in the works. The first was the Puff Stitch Coaster which I made for Fourth of July. You can find the pattern here or click on the image below. This coaster is worked in the round with puff stitches. It is approx. 4.5" in diameter.

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I used random worsted weight yarn I found for the coaster. I have been listing a lot of my yarn stash in an effort to clear up some space for my home office. If you're interested, check them out here. Please note that these are my personal stash and not brand new skeins I just purchase. Some of these are even discontinued.

The Granny Square is actually a part of a pattern for this year's BLOG HOP! We Crochet sponsored it so I used their City Tweed (Aran/Worsted) Yarn. If you didn't already know, they are a sister company of Knit Picks, specifically for Crocheters.

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Knit Picks City Tweed Aran in Lemon Curd & Orca


US K 6.5mm - Tulip Size K


ch - Chain

st(s) - Stitch(es)

sl st - Slip Stitch

yo - Yarn Over

sp - Space

rep - Repeat

Special Stitches

Puff Stitch - [yo, insert hook in indicated st, yo, pull up a loop] four times, yo, pull through 9 loops, ch1 to secure.


The images below are from the Coaster Pattern but it's exactly the same until the last row where I square it out.


Round 1: Start with a magic ring, work 8 puff sts (see special sts above) into ring, sl st to top of first puff st. (8 puff sts)

Round 2: Sl st into the next sp (between puff sts), work 2 puff sts in every sp between previous puff sts, sl st to the first puff st. (16 puff sts)

Round 3: Sl st into the next sp (between puff sts), *work 2 puff sts, work 1 puff st in the next sp. Rep from * around. sl st to the first puff st. (24 puff sts)

Round 4: Sl st into the next sp (between puff sts), ch3, [2dc, ch2, 3dc] in same sp, ch1, *[dc, ch1] in next sp, [hdc, ch1] in next sp, [sc, ch1] in next sp, [hdc, ch1] in next sp, [dc, ch1] in next sp, [3dc, ch2, 3dc], ch1 in the next sp (corner). Rep from * omitting the last corner st. Join with a sl st to the ch3.

That's it! Fasten off and weave in your ends. I played with placing the colors in a different order... I just love the Gold/Grey color combo!



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Do u think that I could use this pattern to make a blanket

Phanessa Fong
Phanessa Fong
26 juil. 2021
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Yes however it may be a little heavy. You can always use it as an accent square in the blanket incorporating it with lighter square designs?

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