Continuous Granny Square Blanket Pattern: How to Crochet A Large Afghan

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A great stitch for beginners and experts alike, the Granny Stitch can be used to make an endless number of projects.

It's perfect because there is no pattern required – you'll have completed your project in just one stitch!

The gorgeous texture created by this technique works well with both solid colors as well as textured fibers like wool or silk; making it ideal not only during winter months when temperatures are low but also summertime heat waves that leave us feeling sweaty after walking outside minutes longer than necessary.


The Continuous Granny Square Blanket Pattern

My personal favorites?

I usually carry along with my favorite bag whenever going on vacation since taking care of excessive amounts of gear makes me nervous (especially if it's a carry-on) and my continuous granny square blanket is the perfect project for those moments when I'm stuck in an airport or on a plane.

It also comes in handy as a lapghan while watching tv at home.

The great thing about this continuous granny square blanket pattern is that you can make it any size you want.

If you're looking for a smaller afghan, simply crochet fewer squares; if you want something larger, crochet more squares.

It's really that easy!

So what are you waiting for?

Get your hook and some yarn, and let's get started on this continuous granny square blanket today!


Sample is made in Red Heart Super Saver, Icelandic.

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Continuous Granny Square Blanket Pattern: How to Crochet a Large Afghan
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    The Continuous Granny Square Blanket Pattern Video Tutorial

    The Granny Stitch may be a simple stitch, but it has many uses.

    It can be used to make an impressive decoration on your project or just as another step in the process of making something!

    The best part about this versatile piece?

    Once you learn how to do it yourself – no patterns required– there are absolutely zero limits to what kind of projects could come out looking like yours because everyone's style is different when they crocheted using these stitches.

    Thanks to Hooked by Kati for the article’s inspiration and featured image.

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