Beautiful plaid with Crochet Square dots. I am very delighted with these details of colored threads and also with the simple Crochet step by step. with this work we will create a beautiful blanket. see the details of these Crochet Stitches and use your measurements and sizes and colors. I found it very delicate for those who like to learn new ideas. see the details and finished measurements with this step-by-step tutorial teaching the secrets of a simple finish. We recommend Crochet Granny Blanket Patterns Materials: Yarn – Any yarn will work – I used Medium/DK weight for my example blanket Crochet hook – Any hook will work – I used a ‘I’ hook for my example blanket – 5.5 MM Scissors Stitch Markers Notes: I Fasten Off each row to change colors: Video tutorial here and step by step photo tutorial To keep your square/blanket straight, flip your work every row
Patterns Blanket: Pick your favorite way to start a circle or square, playlist above! Row 1: Make circle, CH 3, 2 DC into center of circle, CH 2, *3 DC into circle, CH 2, Repeat from * 2 more times, SL ST into first DC stitch made in this row
You’ll have 4 sides of 3 DC and 4 corners of CH 2 Row 2: (Start at corner space) CH 3, 2 DC, CH 3, 3 DC all into that corner space, *CH 1, SK 3 STs, 3 DC into the next open space, CH 1, SK 3, (3 DC, CH 3, 3 DC) into the next corner space, repeat from * around, SL ST into the 1st CHs made in this row
Row 3: (Start at corner space) CH 3, 2 DC, CH 3, 3 DC all into that corner space, CH 1 to skip over any block of 3 DC, then 3 DC into any open space, the corners will all be: (3 DC, CH 3, 3 DC)
Repeat Row 3 for how big you want your square This will be the same pattern throughout. In each open space on any side you will do 3 DC. In-between any 3 DC on the sides you will CH 1. In each corner space you will make 3 DC, CH 2, 3 DC into the same corner space. Make 4 squares I made 19 Rows for each of my example squares You could make more or less rows for how big or small you want your blanket Then join your squares together to make a blanket I used the Join As You Go method, tutorial I also have a playlist featuring more Joining tutorials.