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GSG Part 28 – Knotted square

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Hi Guys! I’ve left this square pretty last minute but I hope you like it anyways!

Let’s get crocheting!

Abigail

CAL – Part 28

Granny Square – Knotted square

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Materials:

  • DK yarn in various colours – ( I used purple, pink, and white) – I’m still using Stylecraft DK yarn that I got in my order from Deramores =D
  • 3mm hook
  • Embroidery or Darning needle ( for weaving in ends )

Skills used/required:

  • chaining
  • Half treble crochet (htc)
  • treble crochet (tc) front post (FPtc) and back post (BPtc)

Gauge:

Final square = 12cm

Row 0: ch 5, sl st into ch1 to make a ring.

Row 1: ch 1, 3 htc, * ch 10, 4 htc *. Repeat from * twice more. Finish with ch 10, htc into ring and then sl st into beginning dc. Fasten off. ( 16 stitches total )

Row 2: Attach yarn to a htc stitch after the ch 10, * 2 htc in the same stitch, htc in the next two stitches, 2 htc in the next stitch, ch 10 * . Repeat from * 3 more times. Finish off with sl st into first htc from the row. Fasten off. ( 24 stitches total )

Row 3: Attach yarn to a htc stitch after the ch 10, * 2 htc in the same stitch, htc in the next four stitches, 2 htc in the next stitch, ch 10 * . Repeat from * 3 more times. Finish off with sl st into first htc from the row. Fasten off. ( 32 stitches total )

Row 4: Attach yarn to a htc stitch after the ch 10, * 2 htc in the same stitch, htc in the next six stitches, 2 htc in the next stitch, ch 10 * . Repeat from * 3 more times. Finish off with sl st into first htc from the row. Fasten off. ( 40 stitches total )

Row 5: Attach yarn to a htc stitch after the ch 10, * 2 htc in the same stitch, htc in the next eight stitches, 2 htc in the next stitch, ch 10 * . Repeat from * 3 more times. Finish off with sl st into first htc from the row. Fasten off. ( 48 stitches total )

You should now have a square with 5 sets of chains. You need to loop the chains through one another so that only row 5’s chain is loose. We will be stitching over this final loop in the next row so that no loop is loose in the final square.

Row 6: Attach yarn to a htc stitch after the ch 10, * 2 htc in the same stitch, htc in the next 10 stitches, 2 htc in the next stitch, 4 htc in the ch 10 space * . Repeat from * 3 more times. Finish off with sl st into first htc from the row. Fasten off. ( 68 stitches total )

Row 7: Attach yarn to any stitch. Htc in each stitch around; for the corner 4 stitches, (2 htc, ch 3, 2htc) . Fasten off. ( 68 stitches total )

Row 8: Attach yarn to any stitch. Iterate between FPtc and BPtc all the way round. In corner ch 3 spaces, (2tc, ch 3, 2tc). Fasten off with sl st into the first stitch from the row. ( 80 stitches total )

I hope you like it! I love applying a few different textures so this square is super fun for me =)


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