Granny’s squares are one of the best known recipes for crochet. With a multitude of variations, there are no limits to the pieces that can be created by combining these squares. But how to give a more modern look to pieces made with such traditional crafts? In this post, we’ll teach you how to make a granny square with a beautiful, diluted 3D flower in the middle.
Undoubtedly, the most common piece made from granny’s squares is the blanket. But it is possible to update this classic of crochet by choosing more modern colors, or even changing the design of Granny’s squares, as they are made in various designs.
Learning to make squares is ideal for those who are starting to crochet because there are few points in a recipe that is very easy to memorize and make. Plus, it can be a pretty cool color matching exercise!
Downloadable Pattern Available: 3D Flower Granny (Motif)
The essence of the square is that it is made from the center and enlarged with each row to the size you want. And each row you can change the color of the wool (or not). Crochet squares are known as “Granny’s Square” and consist of those crochet rags so beautiful and delicate that they make up several pieces.
In general these square washcloths have a design in the center that help to give all their grace and style. At first it may seem a little complex to reach the results seen on the internet, but with dedication you will be able to create beautiful pieces since with practice and effort everything is possible.
Squares gain more color and grace due to those central parts with distinctive designs. Thinking about it we selected this one that has a 3D flower in place. You can create the pieces in isolation and then put them together to create an amazing and colorful square.
Many people use crochet squares to decorate and decorate their home, but in addition, these crochet pieces can be used to make other pieces. If you were looking for a different rug for your room, for example, you might consider creating a square design.
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