Just about every crocheter knows the Granny Square, but did you know there is so much more you can do with the granny stitch? There are stripes, ripples, triangles, circles…so many ideas. I’ve collected a few of them for you to enjoy.
Here are the names and links of each pattern.
1) Drop in the Pond Lap Blanket by Elizabeth Ham
The original take on a granny blanket is fascinating to look at!
2) Granny Stripe Boutique Bag
“I am so excited to be sharing my very first written crochet pattern! Tangled Happy’s Granny Stripe Boutique Bag. I really love how it turned out!”
3) Cotton Bamboo Head Scarf by Jenn Mauermeyer for Jessie At Home
“This colorful and fun head scarf is quick to make! It uses a small amount of yarn, so you can make a bunch for gifts, or use up some of your leftover LB Cotton Bamboo Yarn from another project.”
4) Retro Christmas Tree Towel by A Crocheted Simplicity
“The name of the towel came about because of the use of the granny stitch stitch pattern. I’ve always thought it had a nice retro feel to it.”
5) Granny Stitch Hat by bobwilson123
Turn the granny stitch into a colorful hat with this great pattern!
6) Boho Great Granny Comfort Shawl by Oombawka Crochet Designs
“When I think about being comforted – I always think of my Nana. She really knew how to make me feel safe and cherished and loved. I decided to crochet a traditional granny stitch pattern and make it into my very own comfort shawl.”
7) Picot Granny Spring Throw by Posh Pooch Designs
“This is a wonderfully light throw and also works great as wrap or shawl. The perfect thing to have on hand for those cool spring mornings and evening. Toss it across the back of your chair, and toss on your shoulders at the office that freezes you out.”
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