Continuing on our floral granny square journey! This next square is approximately the same size as the Daisy Granny Square (when worked with the same yarn and hook), which means you can pair them together to create afghans or pillows.
With opal yarn, ch 4. Join with a slip st to form ring.
Rnd 1 – opal: ch 1, work 8 sc in ring. Join with a slip st in first sc – 8 sts
Rnd 2 – opal: ch 3 (counts as first dc), 4 dc in the same st, remove hook from loop and insert (front to back) through top of ch-3 and pick up dropped loop drawing through the ch-3 st, ch 2 (this is your first popcorn st), *work 5 dc in the next stitch. Remove your hook (careful not to pull out the last loop made) and insert through the first of the 5 dc made and back through the last loop you dropped. Draw the loop through and chain 2; rep from * another 6 times. Join with a slip st to the top of the first ch-3. Fasten off – 8 popcorn stitches.
Rnd 3 – ivy: Join yarn with a slip st to any ch space. Ch 4 (counts as first tc), 2 tc in same space, *ch 1, [3 tc, ch 1, 3 tc] in next ch space, ch 1, 3 tc in the next space; rep from * twice more, ch 1, [3 tc, ch 1, 3 tc] in last ch space, join with a slip st to beg ch-4. Fasten off – 36 tc
Rnd 4 – cream: Join yarn with a slip st to a corner ch space. Ch 2 (counts as 1st dc), [2 dc, ch 2, 3 dc] in same space, *[ch 1, 3 dc in the next ch space] twice, ch 1, [3dc, ch 2, 3 dc] in next corner space; rep from * twice more, [ch 1, 3 dc in the next ch space] twice, ch 1, slip stitch to top of beginning ch-2 – 16 dc clusters
Rnd 5 – cream: ch 2 (counts as 1st dc), work 1 dc in each st across edge including ch-1 sp, work [2 dc, ch 1, 2 dc] in each corner ch-2 space, end by joining with a slip st to beginning of rnd ch – 76 dc
Popcorn Stitch – Work 5 dc in the specified stitch. Remove your hook (careful not to pull out the last loop made) and insert through the first of the 5 dc made and back through the last loop you dropped. Draw the loop through and chain 1.
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granny squire thanks for the free pattern i have been trying to find some free patterns i am a user of lions brand love the pound of love yarn especially for baby blankets as i crochet for charity a charity called FROM THE HEART OUT OF RICHMOND,VA. I now live in midway ,ga. and take my items back there when i go twice a year thanks h chalker
Nancy L Mitchell
Where can I get the pattern for the floral granny square.
I am unable to print the 15 photos depicting the Rnd 1 thru Rnd 5. It would be most helpful if this is possible. Please advise. Thank you.
We are working on providing printable PDF versions of the tutorials. Looks for that option in the coming weeks!
Iâ€™m looking for a granny square to make an Afghan or throw. I love the look of this square. I donâ€™t know the size of the square, therefore I cannot figure how many squares to make. Iâ€™d also love to know how much yardage of yarn I should purchase. My favorite yarn is Vannaâ€™s Choice.
The square shown measures 6″ x 6″ and used 12 grams (26 yards) of worsted weight. The size and yardage will change depending on the yarn and hook used.
When I was a little girl my grandmother had made a wool Afghan like this using all green with a yellow flower. I have very little memories of her because I was 3 when she died. My mother would put this afghan on me when you was sick. Iâ€™m almost 60, and just recently started to crochet but have been a knitter for years. Seeing this pattern brought back to mind that heavy warm blanket. Now I have the pattern…thanks to lionbrand.
That is so sweet! You are very welcome! 🙂
Are all three granny squares the same size if you use the same yarn and hook for all?
The two squares in Basic stitch (Floral Granny and Daisy) are the same size with the same yarn & hook. I plan on doing another version of the Sunflower to match these two.