So I’ve tried loads of Granny Square patterns and never found the one that was right for me, so I thought come on Claire write your own!!
And here it is. Written in UK terms using the appropriate hook for your wool size. (Photos show 4mm hook and DK yarn).
Feel free to share it about and use it for your own projects but please credit back to my blog.
CH – chain
TR – Treble
SS – Slip Stitch
CH4, Join with ss to form a ring, CH3 (this forms your first TR)
TR twice into the ring, CH1, TR 3 times into the ring, CH1, TR 3 times into the ring, CH1, TR 3 times into the ring, CH1, Join with SS to top of first 3 CH.
Fasten off leaving tail end to darn in later.
NOTE – You will have formed a circle which will become the centre of your square. The gaps between each of the 4 Treble clusters you have created will become the corners of your square
Join new colour into any space between treble cluster, CH3, 2 TR into same chain space, 3 TR into the next chain space, CH1, 3 TR into the same chain space, 3 TR into the next chain space, CH1, 3 TR into the same space, 3 TR into the next chain space, CH1, 3 TR into the same chain space, 3 TR in your starting chain space, CH1, Join with SS to top first 3 chain
Fasten off leaving tail end to darn in.
Join new colour to any corner chain space, CH3, 2 TR into same space, 3 TR into next chain space (middle pace on the side of your square), 3 TR, CH1, 3 TR into next corner chain space, 3 TR into next middle chain space.
Repeat all the way round with 3 TR, Ch1, 3 TR in the corners and 3TR in the middle spaces until you reach your starting corner, where you can finish with the 3TR CH 1 and join with a slip stitch to top of first 3 Chain, fasten off leave tail end to darn in.
Round 4 and beyond
Repeat as per round 3 adding treble clusters along the sides and 3Tr, Ch1, 3Tr in the corner spaces and stopping when your square is as big as you would like it to be. Alternatively keep on going until your square starts growing into a nice sized blanket!