Crochet Loopy Granny Square and Flower




Loopy Granny Square and Flower

Pattern by Teresa Richardson

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Size G crochet Hook
4-Ply Worsted Weight Yarn

Loopy Flower

Chain 6, join

Round 1: CH 1, 16 SC in loop, join

Round 2: CH 3, 3 DC in same SP, CH 3, SL ST in same SP. SL ST over next 2 spaces. Continue around for 8 petals.

Round 3: CH 1, SC in same SP, CH 5, SK 2 Petals, SC in next SC; Continue around.
SL ST in BEG SC. (4 - CH 5 Loops)

Round 4: CH 4, 5 TC in loop, CH 4, SL ST in loop, repeat twice in each loop. SL ST to next loop. (8 Petals)

Loopy Granny Square

Round 5: Attach new color. * SC around the post of SC on the flower, CH 7, Repeat 4 times total from *. Join in beg SC. (There will be 4, chain 7 loops)

Round 6: SL ST in CH LP CH 3, 4 DC, CH 2, 5 DC in same loop. *5 DC, CH 2 5 DC, Repeat 3 time total from *, join

Round 7: SL ST back 1 stitch, CH 2 for the beginning HDC, QC in the next st. HDC, In this order, ea stitch will be worked in an individual stitch. QC, HDC, QC in ea of the next 4 Sts. *2 HDC, CH 2, 2 HDC in the next CH 2 SP (corner). In this order, ea stitch will be worked in an individual stitch. HDC in the next st, QC in the next st, 10 stitches total. Repeat from * 3 times total. In this order, ea stitch will be worked in an individual stitch. HDC, QC, HDC, QC in ea of the next 4 sts, join.

Round 8: CH 2 for the beginning HDC, QC in the next st. HDC, In this order, ea stitch will be worked in an individual stitch. QC, HDC, QC in ea of the next 6 Sts. *2 HDC, CH 2, 2 HDC in the next CH 2 SP (corner). In this order, ea stitch will be worked in an individual stitch. HDC in the next st, QC in the next st, 14 stitches total. Repeat from * 3 times total. In this order, ea stitch will be worked in an individual stitch. HDC, QC, HDC, QC in ea of the next 6 sts, join.

Round 9: CH 1, *SC in ea ST around. 3 SC in corner CH 2 SP. Continue around from *, join. This is just an edging of single crochet stitches.


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Comments

  1. This is going to be a good one too. I am almost done with my brick afghan. But this flower will come in handy for another afghan. Good job!!!!

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  2. What is a brick afghan? I never heard of one-so I'm just asking.

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  3. I have made this square, while warming up for my Ravelry 2011 BAM CAL January Squares. I have postedd photos on Ravelry. here is the link

    http://images4.ravelrycache.com/uploads/Redloon/49836332/Loopy_Flower_Squares_6_inches_a_medium.JPG

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  4. http://images4.ravelrycache.com/uploads/Redloon/49836332/Loopy_Flower_Squares_6_inches_a_medium.JPG

    Here is the link to my Ravelry 2011 BAM CAL Page where i have posted a photo of the one i made from your pattern in january, while warming up for the CAL. it will go into my blanket at the end of the year, Insha'allah.

    Thank you for a wonderful pattern

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  5. Hi, I keep ending up with more than 14 stitches on round 7 and 8. I have 14 on one side of my square, but the others have more. What am I doing wrong? I love this pattern!

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  6. Laurie,
    I suggest that you count to make sure your stitches are even on all sides.

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