• [Photo Tutorial] Turn This Block Stitch Square Pattern Into A Full Blanket. It’s So Simple

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    Stunningly looking, this pattern also works up incredibly fast. This Block Stitch Square by Ana Benson features little dots of color between rounds of a usual granny square. The pattern is the simplest ever when is coming to turning it into a blanket. All you need to do is to continue the pattern repeats.

    Called also mosaic stitch or dot stitch, this very simple pattern has lots of possibilities.

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    The finished square measures 6 inches x 6 inches, however, this project can be made larger or turned into a full-sized afghan by continuing the pattern repeats. 

    Skill Level: Easy

    Supplies:

    • Worsted weight yarn in two or more colors; I have used Knit Picks Shine Worsted in Hydrangea, Pistachio and Reef
    • 5.0 mm (H-8) crochet hook or size needed to obtain the gauge
    • yarn needle for weaving in ends

     

    [Photo Tutorial] Turn This Block Stitch Square Pattern Into A Full Blanket. It's So Simple

    Check out the original source for this pattern with all the directions and full written pattern at: Craft Chic.

    Thanks to Ana Benson for the article inspiration and featured image.

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    79 Comments to [Photo Tutorial] Turn This Block Stitch Square Pattern Into A Full Blanket. It’s So Simple

    1. I made an afghan with this pattern with scrap yarn. (I did buy yarn for the joining and border). This is on a California King size bed; 99 blocks. Worked up quick, and much prettier than basic granny squares!

    2. You do not have to do individual sqares, you can just keep going around, remembering to do the 3 double crochet 1 single and another 3 double in each corner. it can be as big as you want, and no sewing sqauares together, it can be as big as you want. Using left over yarns make a lovely granny fghan.

    3. I’ve made alot of granny square afghans because it’s such a good use of left over yarn but now made them into one big granny square! I just keep going and changing colors until it’s the size I want

    4. Love this one. Can’t wait to start it. Guess having another project on the go just means the cycle of activities gets bigger – again. 🙂