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GSG Part 10 – Topaz Square

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Guys, we’re at part 10 of this CAL already! Where does time go euhh =D

Happy Sunday, hope you have all had a lovely week; we got back from the lake district on Sunday evening, and I have been wanting to go back since! Do you have anywhere that you want to go back to?

I did get a few ideas for new squares whilst I was on holiday, so definitely look out for those in the coming weeks. Also, if you guys don’t already please do follow me on Instagram as I post more frequent updates there that don’t require a full blog post.

This weeks square was created by the lovely Susan Hinton and she was very generous to let us use in it our Granny Squares Galore CAL; please do go and check out her Etsy store to, I know she would appreciate it =)

As this is Susan’s pattern, I have decided to just show final images of my squares for this week, and also a crochet chart I made for this pattern, for those of you who find them easier to read ❤

So let’s get crocheting all!

CAL – Part 10

Granny Square – Topaz Square

All crochet patterns and terms I use are in UK, but if you want them in US then check out this handy stitch converter.


  • DK yarn in 3 different colours – I used Stylecraft DK yarn in sherbert, cloud blue and lavender – I got these yarns and more (see my last post) from Deramores =D
  • 3mm hook

Skills used/required:

  • Treble Crochet (tc)
  • Chaining
  • Slip stitch (sl st)
  • Crochet in ring
  • Double crochet – dc

Now, off to the Topaz Square Pattern! Just so you know, the pattern is written in US terms, but as normal, our handy stitch converter is available to use if you need to translate the instructions.

The finished square makes up to over 12cm , so I adapted the pattern slightly. To make a 12cm square for the CAL, I followed the pattern up to round 6 (crochet pattern also for up to round 6). After finishing round 6, I just did dc all the way round (and 2dc, 1ch, 2dc) in corner 2ch space.

I still can’t believe we’re at Part 10 of this CAL already! I hope to release a little post on things to do with our squares in the next few weeks, but this will only be a side project as this Granny Squares Galore CAL ends in us making totally unique blankets! EEEEEEE! 🙂 can you tell I’m excited!

Happy crocheting,



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