You're welcome!! I am having a heck of a time with this pattern. Thanks, Hi sheila,If you would like the written without the pictures, I could email you the instructions, and then you could print out your email.If that works for you, just email me your email address! How does one get invited? Thanks for the tutorial. Thank u for posting on Pinterest. Thanks very much for this brilliant pattern. Thank you for this toturial! Love this pattern AND your succinctly written tutorial. Share. "Kate :}. The best I have run across ever, and the photos are great. Hi, if you would like just the written pattern, email me and I'd be happy to send it to you. New to crochet, or need to refresh your memory on the abbreviations used above? I'm so glad you liked the pattern!Kate :}, Thank you for the pattern! Thank you. This solid granny square starts from a double crochet circle and it has treble … But opting out of some of these cookies may affect your browsing experience. Join your new colour in any of the chain 1 spaces (in between a cluster of 2 trebles), chain 1, and then work 2 trebles into that same space. Oh I'm so glad!! The granny square is one of the most iconic designs in crochet. (See the puff stitch circle video tutorial here.) I'll have to try that someday.. right now I'm trying to slog through making lots of Japanese Flowers for a shawl. It's a good one to keep pinned and ready to use! I'd love to see it when you're done :)Happy crocheting!Kate :}. May 2019. Article from madebydo.blogspot.co.uk. Thanks for this wonderfull pattern.Archana. You're a natural when it comes to writing patterns. Did one up in an hour. I have all the tools to crochet but I quilt instead. I noticed my first mistake while making the rounds I didn't go in every single crochet which left me quite a few stitches short...lol! This is an awesome crochet granny heart square tutorial! Clear instruction, great pictures! May 2019. My. Granny Heart Square by Crochet Tea Party pattern is unbelievable brilliant and cute. Thanks so much for writing this up!!!!!!! Thanks.I stay here. My circles start to ripple when I add the 4th round and it gets worse towards the 6th round. I am on my second attempt and trying to figure out the part that starts turning the circle into a square and I having a heck of a time.. not sure if I have the right amount of stitches or what! What can I do to correct/stop the rippling? (If your comment doesn't show up on the site right away, don't panic! You will love it just like my blogging friends Kate and Pammy Sue. - Just saw the sign you made for your craft fair (on my way to this tut). Usually, the smaller sizes have free patterns to reference. I cant follow written instructions but can follow pictures since I taught myself. I just made it for my granny-a-day project! (12dc). I can't wait to start! !Happy crocheting!Kate :}. I have a pattern for a beautiful Victorian lace design that is made in a square, but I would like to turn it into a circle to make a large tablecloth. See pix on my blog. If you run into any trouble, just let me know!Happy crocheting!Kate :}, Great pattern and clear instructions for a beginner like myself. granny square corner pattern to make a large circle into a square NOTE: To see how many rows of granny shells you need to add to create each corner place Place your circular motif onto a basic granny square made in the same yarn as the motif to give you an idea of what needs to be added. It is sweet of you to be making your daughter a blanket. I did the join-as-you-go method on the 9th round, but you could also join on a 10th round too - it would be just like round 9.Best of luck, and hope this helps! Even before I started reading the directions, as soon as I saw the first picture, I thought of join as you go. You're welcome, and if you have any questions, I will help out as much as I can! I'd love to see what you make and let me know if you have any trouble!Happy hooking! I used this patter to make an afghan using Superman colors and it turned out great. Would this work by repeating rounds 3-5?I know previous poster have asked similar questions but I think they have always in the context if squaring. The circles are smaller in size, I turn to Yarnspirations to look for other patterns where a circle has been converted into a square. Your Superman afghan sounds great!! Purchase the complete ad-free printable Circle to Square Granny Square Blanket pattern PDF here for $3.50.. Your blanket is WONDERFUL! You only chain one between shells on the edge of the square. Your instructions are precise and clear. By clicking “Accept”, you consent to the use of ALL the cookies. Does the rippling go away when you start the "squaring?" This post contains affiliate links. If you don't mind me asking though, how big is the afghan in the photo at the very top of this page? Tanks so much for this great pattern!Take Care,Raven, Thank you so much Raven! For a rectangle, you'd then have to crochet some rows top and bottom to lengthen the circle-in-a-square and add a border. You also have the option to opt-out of these cookies. Your source for American made wool yarns. Thanks much! Great tutorial! I am absolutely in love with this pattern. I haven't made it yet to any of your other pages, but when I have more time, I will be back. I've made two dish clothes using this pattern! I am going into my closet for some yarn and a hook and try it out. Chain two. If I was making something where I wasn't going to change the color for the next round, I would use the chain 3 method of course so I wouldn't have to cut the yarn to start the next round.If any of this is confusing, just email me (signedwithanowl@gmail.com) and I'll try to help best I can!Kate :}. this is the first project that iam trying since learning how to crochet last week. I’ve written up a few slightly different patterns over the past few years – in my More Than a Granny ebook , my Dotty Spotty Baby Blanket , my Block Bag & for my Beyond the Granny CAL . I'm so glad you liked the tutorial!Happy crafting!Kate :}. That’s all fine if you’re using double crochet (US)/treble crochet (UK), as in the rainbow above, but if you’re using single crochet (US)/double crochet (UK), once you get into it, you start to get points where you are working the 2 sts into the same stitch each time and a whorl pattern appears in the circle. Chain 1, work 3 trebles in the next chain 1 space. Gez xxo, http://tigerscrafts.blogspot.com/2015/07/karen-jenks-inspiration.html. Most of the questions we receive are when the circle is substantial in size like 140 sts and above. You chain two between a group of shells in the corner of the square. Have you checked your stitch count?I might be able to help more if you can email me a photo of your square. **COMMENTS ARE FULL - Any questions/comments please feel free to email me! Also keep in mind that for larger or smaller circles, you will need to adjust the pattern by either adding a sc, hdc, or dc to the pattern. NOTE: You might need to start your half double crochet a few stitches before instead of just 2. Thanks again :-), Thank you so much for sharing your pattern, great photos too. You can see more pictures of that 4x4 blanket on Ravelry: http://www.ravelry.com/projects/Kate-Jenks/squaring-the-big-circle I'm bummed I forgot to write down the final measurements!Hope this helps and happy crocheting!Kate :}. With this it was easy to do. I can't wait to give it a try :). Oh. *Ch 2 (Photo 1), 2 x dc (Photo 2)* x 7. Thank You for watching. God!! This post contains affiliate links. Circle Granny Square Free Crochet Pattern. Just-Do by JustDo on Etsy. Ch 2 and join to the top of the beginning ch-3 with a sl st. I'm afraid that if the circle was larger, you wouldn't be able to "square" it for a larger afghan. So glad you like it!Kate :}. As the circle itself is going to be quite large (372 stitches in circumference once done), and I've had no luck googling a solution. The calculation is based on the area of the square being the same as the circle's area. que gran tutorial! Circle … !Happy crocheting! You're very welcome, and I'm glad you like it!Kate :}, Kate,Thanks for the great design! So many color combinations! Here you will also see dozens of the granny square that will inspire you with their amazing color combinations, and you will also find here a massive list of the floral granny squares! I will probably use it for either joining together to make prayer shawls or singly for prayer pockets. 130 Stitches – Points Basic Crochet [Free Patterns] Jack 16 April 2016 22 August 2019. I used a size I hook for my first one and it came out Eight Inches and an H hook for my second and it came out the same size. Here it is, with links back to you :) Thank you so much for this fabulous pattern!!! I'm currently making a flat circle as part of a blanket, but I would preferably like the blanket to be rectangular. Excellent job on the instructions. How to turn your circles into granny squares - Crochet tutorial by Lullaby Lodge. Work 11 more tr into the first ch 1 sp. Material: For my square I used small amounts of Rico Essentials Cotton DK and a 3.5mm hook. This is a blessing for those who may not be able to look at a stitch and figure it out... kudos to you. https://signedwithanowl.blogspot.com/2011/06/squaring-big-circle-tutorial.html It looks 4x4 squares is this right? Thanks again. I am currently working on another afghan that will be a donation. That gives way to a green and purple varigated colorway for the middle and it all finishes off with a beautiful deep and dark purple. And hooray for bright colors!!! Best wishes, Tammy, I'm also visiting at the suggestion of Kate at The Garden Bell. My fav granny square. To do this I need to add some sort of border to make the circle square. Rnd 8-  Sl st into ch 3 space, ch 1, 3 sc, ch1... * in next ch 3 space, [2 sc, 1 hdc, ch 1]... in next ch 3 space, [1 hdc, 2 dc, ch 1]... in next ch 3 space, [3 tr, ch 2, 3 tr, ch 1]... (corner made). You can make a round blanket with simple crochet stitches. #grannysquare #crochettutorial #beginnerscrochet #circlegrannysquare. Feel free to visit my blog and would love to have you follow me - I'm a new follower of yours! Sc in each of next 7 stitches (includes the ch-1 sp between the sets of 3 dc) Could I also have the written instructions via email? Thanks for sharing!I love the way you have broken down each round with pictures and directions that I can follow, I have a hard time with printed instructions alone. You are so welcome, and thank YOU very much!! You are very welcome! Most of the questions we receive are when the circle is substantial in size like 140 sts and above. gordana 21 May 2019 at 3:20 pm. I just tried to see your blog also and was denied. Why can't you just have a place where you put nothing but the pattern. You are so welcome!! I've added that it's in US terms, and I need to remember this in the future! This square is so beautiful and the tutorial makes it so achievable. !Kate :}. You took the time and effort to take VERY detailed pictures and explain the stitches for EACH step. That's so great! I have never mastered the granny square. I have always wanted to learn how to crochet circles to squares and I love this pattern. I am wanting this blanket to be a comfortable size that's all. Thanks so much again for sharing! Using the color you chose for the very center, put the yarn on the hook using a slip knot. 1k. Crochet a Square Row by Row Row 1: chain until chain is width of desired square Row 2: ch 1, turn, sc in each sc across. Muy buen tutorial, y me alegro de haber encontrado este blog. It’s very simple and can work with any size square. I'd love to see your spring afghan when you're done, sounds fantastic! signedwithanowl@gmail.comHope this helps, and with more info I hope to help more!Kate :}. I LOVE this!! It looks so much better than the usual chains. Hope to see you back at my place tonight for the newbie party. Hi Candi, I'm not sure how to help. I love this pattern! Very easy to understand and not a single mistake. It literally shows you step-by-step how to turn a crochet heart into a granny square. Hope you enjoy it, and let me know if you have any questions!Happy crocheting!Kate :}. Going to try it tonight, I'm doing bunting at the moment so a change of shape will be great.Annette, Great! Could you just carry on and make this a giant granny blanket, or is it better to join smaller squares, I don't see why you couldn't continue on with the last round with the groups of 3dcs! Great and thanks! Round 3. Wow! :), I Kare, sorry for the late response! !Debbie xhttp://inpursuitoftheworthwhile.blogspot.co.uk/2014/06/glastonbury-is-finished-wooo.html. Thanks for your tutorial, very understandable! That makes three double crochets or a "shell". This category only includes cookies that ensures basic functionalities and security features of the website. However, I have found that on Round 8 you need to include the 3 sc around the 7th round 3 ch. Great, I'm so glad!If you have any questions, just email me!Happy crocheting!Kate :}, great tutorial. Thanks so much for writing this up! I do a lot of projects, many of which go to charity organizations, using this method and it is great. So easy and fast. Good luck and happy crocheting!Kate :}. Thank you for this pattern and tutorial. I'm making a cotton afghan in super spring colours using three different blocks.Looking good........ :-), Thanks, I'm so glad you like it!! Helpful Hint: Don’t forget to block in Eucalan & use T-Pins to define each square edge! I am a knitter who wants to learn to crochet and she suggested your tutorial. You are so welcome, and you don't know how happy this makes me!! Finished square is approximately 7 inches (blocked) Ch 3 at the beginning of each round counts as a dc. I am using it to make a pattern as a gift. Example: Sl st into first ch to join (12). Helpful Hint: A removable stitch marker is handy for marking the start of each round! If you run into any problems, just let me know!Happy crocheting!Kate :}, I love your tutorial. Based on a similar pattern I've used, you could try:round 7- (3 dc, ch 1) in each ch. I want to start on this right away. Ch 5– Sl st into first ch to form a circle- Rnd 1 – Ch 3 (counts as 1st dc), 11 dc into the circle. Round 2:ch 3 (counts as 1st dc), dc in same stitch as ch 3, 2 dc in each stitch (24) Join with the 3rd chain of the starting chain 3 with a slip stitch. Turns out many others had the same idea. You are so welcome, and your charity sounds fantastic! It takes a little math to turn the hexagons into squares but the effort can be well worth it if it enables you to use up leftover hexagons. http://lecosedimysa.blogspot.com/2011/07/circle-in-square.html, Thanks for sharing! Click here to brush up on the basics on the Crochet Concupiscence Blog. I love it! The first round of the square is complete. Happy crafting! It's so much fun. I've been looking for something different and this fits the bill! I made this :http://tatalu.canalblog.com/, You're very welcome! It takes a little math to turn the hexagons into squares but the effort can be well worth it if it enables you to use up leftover hexagons. It really makes my day! Brightly-colored circles stand out … Very easy to follow. !Kate :}. A great square for a blanket, these beautiful mandala blocks will make a fantastic stashbusting afghan or pillow. The alternative would be to create continuous rounds that lead to a spiral pattern rather than a circle. You need to be doing extra stitches into the 'corners' after the first round. Thank you for the this beautiful granny square. This how to video shows you how to turn a circle into a square. I LOVE the colors you are using!! I love the design! Thank you for reminding me, I've been meaning to add that to my patterns!! Perfect for making beautiful afghans, pillows, bags, & even clothing for Valentine's … You're welcome!! It's exactly what I was looking for! Yes yes yes! The easiest way to turn a crochet circle into a square is to use stitches of varying heights across the round. One square down... 79 to go.Thank you very much for sharing! Very clear to understand and follow. Continue like this until you get back to the beginning of the round. Crochet Square.. In this tutorial, we’re going to show you how to square off a circular crochet motif. Lovely tutorial and great blog. I'm looking forward to making this. Slip stitch into next ch-3 sp. I'm four sqaures in with 76 to go for my 80 circle 80th birthday present for my Dad. This tutorial shows you how to crochet a circle that eventually turns into a square. GRANNY SQUARE. I'm so glad that people are finding this tutorial helpful!Kate :}, You're very welcome!Happy crocheting!Kate :}, Fantastic. Lots of color options and even layout options if dark and light yarn is used as background. Great square, fantastic tutorial! after many attempts trying to square a circle Ive finally done it !! Off the top of my head, I would envisage doing a circle and then join on separate shaped pieces for the corners. I like to use the standing stitch because I like to avoid the chain 3's that count as the first double crochet because it is more noticeable to me. Seeing your creations gives me much more courage to use bright colors than I had when I first began crocheting last summer. your instructions are so clear Ive just made two !! Oh that's so great!! 12 hook; for a finer medallion use size 50 with a No. Ch 4 (counts as first treble crochet). Thanks for sharing the pattern! Round blankets are ideal for a practical yet decorative touch in the family room. :). Jane. This calculator converts the area of a circle into a square with four even length sides and four right angles. This may require a little experimentation one your part as you try out different types of stitches to get your ideal shape; the hdc and dc stitches create wedges which will build the corners when paired with the other wedges. Great use of colours and easy to follow pics!! If you find it easier you can add a stitch marker to your first stitch; move this up each round. You join the new color of the next round by yarning over on your hook, inserting your hook in the first stitch and completing the double crochet like you normally would, leaving you with a double crochet for your first stitch. You're welcome Marian, so glad you liked it! They are so cute and creative! One day! Try this pattern for your first corner, and if you don't like it, then do more half double crochets before the corner stitch, 3-5 stitches, depending on how large your circle is. • How to crochet a puff stitch circle tutorial • All our free crochet patterns. Making a round blanket is also a good way to use leftover yarn. It’s so easy to highlight the hearts using just … Necessary cookies are absolutely essential for the website to function properly. thank you for a easy to understand and likewise beautiful pattern. Instead of doing that, (in the picture where I said "start most of my rounds with a standing stitch"), I show how you can make that first stitch just a double crochet. How could I make it smaller? Beautiful! Crochet a Square Row by Row Row 1: chain until chain is width of desired square Row 2: ch 1, turn, sc in each sc across. Thank you so muchMattiegleason@hotmail.com. You do wha… You are very welcome! I have not posted pictures yet but I should have some up soon on my blog. (I use US terms)sl st- slip stitchch- chainsc- single crochethdc- half double crochetdc- double crochetLet me know if you still find anything confusing!Happy crocheting!Kate :}. This pattern is a must try! Close the round with a slip stitch and fasten off your … I'm so glad you like it! I am in South Africa and we have a group here called Knit-A-Square. lambchop34@comcast.netHow much of each color yarn is needed? Round 3. And a P.S. Like I have seen posted before the color choices are so endless. Once it was square, I would crochet round the whole lot. Double crochet into the large hole near the base of the 'chain three'. This post contains affiliate links. You sure make the rounds look easy. Thanks for posting this great square! Thanks for sharing this tutorial with us, looking forward to making up a blanket or a pillow or......the possibilities are endless. This African Flower Square by Barbara Smith can be used to make a gorgeous afghan, a stunning scarf or why not, a wonderful rug! Thank you so much for making a tutorial! Thank you so much. We love how you put your pieces together. Can anyone help?? thank you soooo much i have been hunting for this for so long ! NOTE: You might need to start your half double crochet a few stitches before instead of just 2. I'm so glad you didn't have a problem following the pattern!Kate :}. This works best if the number of stitches in your circle is divisible by four because we will be treating the circle as a square, dividing it into four “sides.” In this example, we have crocheted a 24-stitch circle using Lamb’s Pride Worsted in Blue Willow: Before we move on to the next step, it may be helpful for you to look at this image of the finished shape you are trying to accomplish, as compared to the current shape of your piece: For the above example, we’ll work a series of increases across each 6-stitch “side” to create the edges of the square by adding taller stitches to the areas on the circle which correspond to the corners of the square shown above. Thanks for visiting! Based on a similar pattern I've used, you could try:round 7- (3 dc, ch 1) in each ch. 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