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Crochet Granny Squares Patterns

Image of Winter Wonder Granny Square

Winter Wonder Granny Square
Date Added: January 19, 2007
This 7½" granny square is fun and easy to make and would make a great addition to your granny square pattern library.

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April Square
Date Added: August 23, 2006
This square is another one for the calendar! It is very fast and easy to make and is a great way to use up some scraps.

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Basic Rectangle Granny
Date Added: February 1, 2006
This basic rectangle granny is a direct result from a request from a site visitor. It is a variation on the basic granny square that is on this site.

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Eliot Square
Date Added: August 21, 2005
This square is another one named for a town in Maine. The colors represent different aspects of the town. Yellow for wheat, grey for fish, brown for the Captain's Wheel, blue for the ocean, off white for the fisherman and red for the red bricks on their old original town hall.

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New Portland Square
Date Added: February 15, 2005
This square is 7" x 7" but could easily be made to be a 6" square by leaving off round 5. This is another one in the State of Maine town squares.

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Harvest Square
Date Added: October 5, 2004
This square is fast and easy to make and uses the colors you would find during harvest but you could use any colors for any season.

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Newport Square
Date Added: June 18, 2004
This square is named after a town in Maine. It is a fun square to make and would be a pretty addition to any friendship exchange out there.

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Farmington Square
Date Added: January 30, 2002
This pattern is another one named for a town in Maine. The way it is made is each row is fastened off to change colors. If you made this in one color, it would not have the same effect. You really should make this in more than one color.

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Julie's Sunflower Square
Date Added: August 2, 2001
This 7" square would look wonderfule combined with many other 7" flower squares in an afghan! It is a direct result of a request for a 7" flower square for a friendship exchange. It starts at the center with brown then ends with the inside row of petals on the flower.

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Center Cross Square
Date Added: December 9, 2000
This square is perfect to use as an afghan square. You would get a very dramatic look if you used one color for all squares in the afghan. Or you could use it in a smaller project such as a placemat or pillow.

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Chain Link Sampler Square
Date Added: August 8, 2000
This is the first pattern I designed to be specifically a sampler square. I have also designed a baby afghan using this stitch pattern and 2 colors but you need to be a member to be able to get that pattern.

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Wild Granny Square
Date Added: October 1, 1999
I have designed this square with two different last rounds so that you can have a choice as to the look you want to acheive. The purple & yellow square uses the RND 6A instructions and the Plain Cream colored square uses the RND 6B instructions. This would be great for use in potholders.

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Variation of 8 Lady Square
Date Added: August 1, 1999
This square is a variation of the square designed for the Ladies of the Square Circle. I was about half way through making the squares when I decided I wanted a change but not a drastic one. So I changed the way the colors were put together and changed some of the rows and this square is the result.

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Julie's Granny Square
Date Added: June 1, 1999
This was one of the first granny squares I designed for the site. It was also the background of this site for a while. It is fast and easy to make.

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March Square
Date Added: March 1, 1999
This square is perfect for any granny square exchange you may be participating in. Most granny square exchanges use 6x6 squares and here is just one more you can use.

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Lady Square 8
Date Added: March 1, 1999
This square is designed for the Ladies of the Square Circle. I will be making 45 of these squares to be exchanged with other members of the Ladies of the Square Circle.

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Kingfield Square
Date Added: July 1, 1998
Imagine a bunch of these squares put together to make an afghan. It would make a lacy afhgan. Or if you use size 10 crochet cotton you could make a very attractive placemat with several of these.

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Holiday Squares
Date Added: April 1, 1998
These squares all have the same base square with different appliques on them. That way you can make the square itself any time of the year using what ever colors you like.

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Basic Granny Square
Date Added: April 1, 1998
This is a very basic granny square. This is a great beginners pattern.

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Stratton Square
Date Added: March 1, 1998
This is the first square in a series of motifs named after towns in Maine. It is also the first square I designed for the site.