Apparently the new year brought lots of new ideas because I have several WIPs but unfortunately I can’t seem to stay on one project for too long. I find myself fiddling around with multiple design ideas. This little V-Stitch Flower Granny Square was born from one of my brainstorming sessions! I used a rainbow of colors and just love how fun and bright they all look together! I think I might make a scarf even though a blanket would be beautiful as well… maybe even a pillow!
– Size H Crochet Hook
– Worsted Weight Yarn. I used a rainbow of colors from Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice.
– Tapestry needle
Magic Ring Tutorial
V-Stitch = DC + Chain 1 + DC all in same stitch
SC = Single Crochet
DC = Double Crochet
V stitch Granny Square:
With color 1:
Magic ring, Chain 1 and make 8 SC in ring, join to first SC.
Round 2: Chain 4 + DC in first stitch (this counts as your first v-stitch), v-stitch (DC + chain + DC) in each remaining stitch around, join to 3rd chain.
With color 2:
Round 3: Working in the v-stitches from previous row, chain 4 + dc in first v-stitch space, chain 1,* v-stitch + chain 1 + v stitch in next (this is your corner), chain 1, v-stitch, chain 1, repeat from * around, join to 3rd chain.
With border color:
Round 4: Chain 3 + DC in first v-stitch space (chain 3 counts as your first DC), DC in next chain space, 2 DC in next v-stitch space, 2 DC + chain 2 + 2 DC in corner, Continue by making 2 DC in each v-stitch, DC in each chain space, 2 DC + chain 2 + 2 DC in each corner, join to first DC. Fasten off and weave in ends.
I made a scarf! I Crocheted 3 rows of SC in white on either end of each square. Then I sewed them together with a tapestry needle. When they were all sewn together I made a round of SC stitches around the entire edge of the scarf.
*** You may make and sell products from my patterns but if you do I ask that you link back to my post. Please do not copy and post this pattern and claim it as your own. Please do not re-publish photos as your own.***
Keep in touch on my Repeat Crafter Me Facebook Page for new pattern sneak peeks and when they will be available on my blog! And feel free to post pictures of your finished hats and/or links to your shops on my Facebook wall so all can see.
Be sure to also follow me on Instagram! I love when you tag me (@repeatcrafterme)!