Small squares are great for so many reasons. They can be used to make small blankets, cute little bags, appliques and so much more. They can be mixed with other sizes to make a mix and match blanket as well. So many uses, and so many squares. Here are just a few.
Here are the names and links of each pattern, along with a little something that each designer has to say about them.
1) Circled Granny Square ~ designed by Meg Prescott
2) Jacob’s Square ~ designed by Jessie At Home
This 6” crochet square utilizes the Jacob’s Ladder stitch to add texture and interest to the design. Make a bunch of these squares to create a lovely blanket of any size. The design itself is very gender neutral, making it perfect for baby blankets!
3) Wildflower Granny Square ~ designed by Little Monkeys Crochet
4) Katy – 6″ Square ~ Designed by Underground Crafter
I was working on a larger blanket project and decided to use some of the remnants of the yarn to create this.
5) Mini Magic Mandala Square ~ Designed by Tamara Kelly
The Mini Magic Mandala Square is super cute mixed with other 6 inch squares, or you could make a gorgeous baby blanket using these alone. Or, you could mix the 6″ and 12″ versions together for a fantastic patchwork design!
6) Bailey Afghan Square Block ~ designed by Kim Guzman
This sweet little block features the Jacob’s ladder stitch to create a lovely texture.
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Here is a kit (pattern and yarn all together) for an adorable baby blanket made with small squares:
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