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Spring Fling Crochet Square Pattern

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Here is another crochet block to add to your repertoire of patterns. Work it up in two or more colors and go from there. This is a guide about spring fling crochet square pattern.
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March 13, 2015

This is a fun and versatile pattern. What could you use it for? You could simply make a bunch of these babies and join them to make a blanket. Or, you could make this a centerpiece of your blanket and simply continue adding rounds of double crochet until it is your desired size. I even thought about using cotton yarn, adding only 1 more round of double crochet and ending up with a pretty dishcloth.

Whatever you do with it, have fun!:)

Total Time: About a half hour

Supplies:

  • "I" crochet hook
  • tiny amounts worsted weight #4 yarn

Steps:

  1. Ch 5, join with a slip stitch to your first ch to make a circle.
  2. Ch 10
  3. Work a sc in your circle
  4. Ch 10
  5. Work a sc in your circle
  6. Ch 10
  7. Work a sc in your circle
  8. Ch 10
  9. Work a sc in your circle
  10. Slip stitch in the loop directly to your left
  11. Work 5 half double crochet (hdc) in that same loop
  12. Work 1 dc
  13. Ch 3
  14. Slip stitch in the top of your dc here
  15. Picot made
  16. 5 hdc
  17. Slip stitch
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  19. Slip stitch in the next loop
  20. Continue working each loop in the same manner until you have worked every loop.
  21. End off this color.
  22. You will now join your coordinating color with a slip stitch directly to the left of any picot, ch 2, 1 dc in each of the next 3 stitches
  23. Work a dc dec in the next stitch and in the 4th stitch from where you are presently
  24. Dc in the next 4 stitches
  25. Ch 3
  26. Simply working around your picot, dc in the next 4 stitches
  27. Dc dec in the next stitch and in the 4th stitch from where you are presently, dc in the next 4 stitches
  28. Ch 3, dc in the next 4 stitches, dc dec in the next stitch and in the 4th stitch from where you are presently
  29. Dc in the next 4 stitches, ch 3, dc in the next 4 stitches
  30. Dc dec in the next stitch and in the 4th stitch from where you are presently, dc in the next 4 stitches, ch 3,
  31. Slip stitch in the top of your ch 2 and fasten off.
  32. Join your alternating color with a slip stitch where you just fastened off, ch 2, dc in the next 8 stitches
  33. Work 2 dc, ch 2, 2dc in the ch space, dc in the next 9 stitches
  34. Shell (2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in the ch space, dc in the next 9 stitches
  35. Shell in the next space, dc in the next 9 stitches, shell in the last ch space. **You could end here and have a 6" square.
  36. **If you want to continue on and have a 7" square, end off with the color from the last round and join your coordinating color with a slip sitch in the space you just fastened off, ch 2, work 1 dc in each dc, shell in each ch space. Fasten off.
  37. Weave in those ends!:)
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March 13, 20150 found this helpful

That is very pretty! I bet a bunch of those would look beautiful all together in a blanket. Thanks!

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March 17, 20150 found this helpful

This would be beautiful in a blanket. I'll have to make some.

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