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3" BiColored Solid Granny Square


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  • Motifs
  • Worked In The Round

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Pattern Details

I am working a project to be shared over at The Stitchin Mommy, and have shared this here as part of that project. This is a fun little square that can be used in many ways from embellishing, to pixel projects, to jewelry, to larger things like scarves and blankets, to name a few. The reason why I chose to work my Bi-Colored Solid Granny in this manner, as opposed to others you may have seen, is because I hate fastening off, restarting and weaving in a bunch of ends. I came up with this way of working it to avoid that as much as possible. You will still have 6 ends to weave in. Included is a Photo Tutorial, followed by just Instructions just in case it's easier to read it first. Materials: - Small Amount of Worsted Weight Yarn - I used Hobby Lobby's I Love This Yarn in Dark Green and Ivory - J10/6mm Hook - Tapestry Needle Material Alternatives: Some alternatives to I Love This Yarn include Red Heart's With Love, JoAnn's Big Twist, but with this tutorial, you can use any weight yarn and matching hook. Time Spent: Each square took me about 6 minutes to work up. Abbreviations: DC - Double *About the PDF: This is a 6 page PDF containing full written instructions and 7 photos. Pattern is available for free on my blog, but there isn't a printer friendly option without this $1.00 fee to compensate for the loss of views when you no longer need to return to the blog.

Recommended with this pattern

  • J10/6mm Crochet Hook
  • Worsted Weight Yarn
  • #18 Tapestry Needle

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I can be described as a “craft, coffee and cat addict”. I began my crafting journey more than 10 years ago with needlepoint on plastic canvas (thanks Aunt Arlys!). In 2014, I jumped head first into crocheting and jewelry making, and my blogging journey as EyeLoveKnots, named in honor of family members affected by Retinoblastoma - a cancer of the eye. I currently craft part time. This is my true passion, and I am very grateful for your business, support and feedback - hoping to make it to full time soon! I can also be found on, where I have begun a craft directory!