[Free Pattern] Sweet Little Crochet Granny Squares

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These little granny squares look like grannies for dolls! LOL. I found them at attic24 and they are so cute, I just had to share them with you. Lucy  of attic24 is well known for her fabulous work and may I say -as a coffee lover, me- for her coffees too, since so much of her work seems to be done while she's enjoying her coffees.  These cute granny squares, or Little Squares, how Lucy calls them, would make a fabulous scarf or cushion or bag or even a doll blanket. What's great about these tiny squares is that you can use any leftover yarn to make them and after to stitch them together the result it's still fabulous.

tiny squares

Image source: flickr.

This morning's job was to begin stitching my Little Squares together. Each square is left with a 6 inch tail end of yarn which I'm using for the stitching up. It's quite time consuming, and ever so slightly mind numbing, but weirdly I kind of like it. It's simple, gentle repetitive work which allows me to chatter and ponder freely whilst at the same time being productive.

This image courtesy of attic24.typepad.com

Check out the original source for this pattern with all the directions and full written pattern at: attic24

Thanks to Lucy for this article inspiration and images.

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55 thoughts on “[Free Pattern] Sweet Little Crochet Granny Squares”

  1. It was at the bottom of the post. Read it as US people do DC

    Chain 4, sl st into 1st chain to form a ring. Chain 3 (counts as 1 tr), 2 tr’s into ring, chain 2, 3 tr’s into ring, chain 2, 3 tr’s into ring, chain 2, 3 tr’s into ring, chain 2, then sl st into 3rd chain of initial ch-3 to close round. Fasten off leaving long tail end for stitching to neighbouring granny!
    This is written in UK terms…for those of you in the US, you need to work DC stitches!

  2. And, right after completing this, they would then put me in a jacket with sleeves that tie behind your back and lead me to a room wth pretty padded wallpaper. God bless anyone with the patience to do this…..you are to be admired and congratulated.

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