15Aug

Free Crochet Pattern - Daisy Granny Square

Hello - In honour of August I've been making these gorgeous Daisy Granny Squares. I'm so happy to be able to share the pattern for them...

Free Crochet Pattern - Daisy Granny Squares | Lululoves Blog

I've also managed to film a tutorial for them and how I join them - if you are new to crochet or just prefer to follow a visual tutorial please go and have a look here.

I've joined my squares in two 3x3 pieces and have simply joined them to create a lovely big bag... I'll share some photos here later, but for now here's the square pattern - I hope you enjoy making them as much as I do!

Free Crochet Pattern - Daisy Granny Squares | Lululoves Blog

Free Crochet Pattern - Daisy Granny Squares | Lululoves Blog

Crochet Daisy Square Pattern

By Emma Escott

Yarn

Yarn and Colors Epic, 100% cotton, 50g (1.8oz), Aran

Shades

A – Papaya (017)

B – White (001)

C – Old Pink (047)

Yarn alternatives

Any Aran weight cotton yarn should give the same results. If you do choose a DK weight yarn make sure you adjust your crochet hook size (smaller) and be aware you squares will come up smaller.

Hook

5mm / H-8

Other materials

Tapestry Needle

Scissors

Measurements

Completed square should measure approx. 14.5cm x 14.5cm (5.7" x 5.7") using suggested yarn and a 5mm hook. To adjust square size you can try a DK weight yarn and smaller hook.

Stitches used/Abbreviations

*Note pattern is written in UK terminology

UK Terms US Equivalent Terms
Ch = chain  
St/s = stitch/es  
Sp = space  
Sl St = slip stitch  
Dc = double crochet Sc = single crochet
Tr = treble crochet Dc = double crochet
Dtr = double treble crochet Tr = treble crochet

Special stitches

Beginning Cluster Stitch = Beg-Cl st

Ch2, *yarn over hook, insert hook into space, pull up a loop, yarn over pull through two loops; repeat from * twice more (4 loops on hook), yarn over and pull through all loops on hook.

Cluster Stitch = Cl st

 *Yarn over hook, insert hook into space, pull up a loop, yarn over pull through two loops; repeat from * three more times (5 loops on hook), yarn over and pull through all loops on hook

Pattern notes

Pattern is written in UK crochet terms. US alternatives are listed above. For further help and instructions on how to join Daisy squares as you go see the video tutorial here.

{Pattern starts}

Rnd 1: Using yarn A, ch5, join with a sl st to form a ring, ch1 (does not count as st) 12dc into ring, join with a sl st to first dc. Fasten off yarn A. [12dc]

Rnd 2: Using yarn B, ch4 {counts as 1tr, 1ch}, [1tr, ch1] in each st along, turn. [12tr + 12 x ch1-sps]

Rnd 3: Sl st into ch1-sp, beg-Cl into same sp {see special stitches}, ch2, [Cl, ch2] into each ch1-sp around, join with a sl st to top of beg-Cl. Fasten off yarn B. [12cl sts + 12 x ch2-sps]

Rnd 4: Using yarn C, ch3 into any ch2-sp {counts as 1tr}, 2tr in same sp, 3tr in next ch2-sp, [3dtr, ch2, 3dtr] into next ch2-sp, *[3tr in next ch2-sp] twice, [3dtr, ch2, 3dtr] in next ch2-sp; rep from * twice more,  join with a sl st to top of beginning ch3. [48sts total]

If you are joining as you go - create one square to round 5, the others will be joined as you work round 5.

Rnd 5: Ch3 {counts as 1tr}, 3tr into next sp {between groups of 3tr}, 3tr into next sp, [3tr, ch2, 3tr] into corner ch2-sp, *[3tr into next sp] three times, [3tr, ch2, 3tr] into corner ch2-sp; rep from * twice more, 2tr in same sp as beg ch-3, join with a sl st to top of beginning ch3. Fasten off yarn C. Weave in ends.

Free Crochet Pattern - Daisy Granny Squares | Lululoves Blog

I’ve joined my squares to make a bag using the join as you go method. You can see the method I use in the video tutorial here, alternatively, you can join your squares by sewing them together or crocheting with a slip stitch/double crochet.

As always if you do make them, I'd love to see your projects - please feel free to tag me over on Instagram: @Lululoves_UK or use the hashtag #luluovescrochet

Stay safe, bye for now, Em xx

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