The basic granny square is one of the most used and versatile crochet items. Both beginners and those with long crochet experience love them. While the main technique remains consistent, there are countless variations and personal touches you can add to make each square unique. Some examples of where you can use granny squares:

  • Blankets and afghans
  • Bags
  • Scarves, shawls and ponchos
  • Coasters and table mats
  • Slippers
  • Buntings and garlands
  • Christmas stockings
  • Coasters and mug cozies
  • Phone and tablet cases
  • Sweaters and cardigans, summer tops
  • Earrings
  • Headbands, wristwarmers

There are many slight alterations to the way you can crochet a granny square. On this video you learn a basic way. We change colours between rounds and go from one round to the next in the corner.

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