Everything crochet!

Materials:

  1. I-9 Hook (5.5 mm)
  2. Various Worsted Weight Yarns (I used scraps)

Pattern:

  1. Ch 10, join into a loop with a slip stitch.
  2. Ch 4, counts as first treble crochet stitch for first petal. For next treble crochet, work as you would a regular treble crochet, but do not pull through last loop. Continue this for next 2 stitches then pull through all 4 loops on hook. Ch 4, then begin next petal with a treble crochet, not pulling through the last loop. Complete 3 more treble crochet in this way then pull through all 5 loops on hook. Continue for next 6 petals, for a total of 8 petals. Ch 4 and slip stitch into top of starting ch. Finish off and change color. You may change color at any end of the row you choose.
  3. With new color, attach with a slip stitch to ch 4 space. (Ch 3, 2 dc) in first ch 4 space. *Ch 1, then 3 dc, ch 3, then 3 dc in same ch 4 space. In next ch 4 space, ch 1 then 3 dc. Repeat around and end with ch 2 then slip stitch into top of the starting ch.
  4. Continue like a normal granny square, changing colors when you choose: slip stitch to first ch 1 space, 3 dc in each ch 1 space, and in each ch 3 space (corner), 3 dc, ch 3, 3 dc.
  5. Border: ch 1, sc in each stitch around and into each ch 1 space, 5 sc in each ch 3 space (corner). Slip stitch into ch 1. Ch 1 and sc into each stitch around, with 3 sc into each corner stitch.

Thanks for looking!

Finished flower

Flower + first row of granny square.

Finished square!
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Comments on: "Flower in a Granny Square – Free Pattern!" (1)

  1. I’ve just come across your lovely square pattern, and have bookmarked it, as I’m going to try it as soon as I’ve finished some of my WIP’s – but I wondered what size square it makes, if you wouldn’t mind letting me know, please? 🙂

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