Crazy Granny – Free Granny Square Pattern

Add a little twist to the traditional granny square by adding in features of a solid square with the Crazy Granny square.

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The Yarn

I used two different types of worsted weight yarn to make my Crazy Granny squares. The green solid square I used Craftsmart Value in the colorway Leaf Green. The square that has two colors I used Lion Brand Pound Of Love in colorways White and Oxford Grey.

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Supplies Needed

  • 95-100 yards worsted weight yarn
  • H/5.00mm crochet hook
  • Scissors
  • Measuring tape
  • Yarn needle
  • Blocking materials (optional)

Stitches Used

Ch – Chain
Dc – Double Crochet
MC – Magic Circle
Sc – Single Crochet
Sdc – Starting Double Crochet
Sk – Skip
Sl St – Slip Stitch
Sp(s) – Space(es)

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Stitch Definition:

Starting Double Crochet – (also known as Long Chain Double Crochet or Chainless Starting Double Crochet.) Pull up your loop to the height of your usual Double Crochet. Yarn over, insert into the 1st St, yarn over, pull through the Stitch, yarn over, pull through two loops on the hook, yarn over, pull through the remaining two loops on your hook.

Gauge & Finished Size

Gauge: 14 Sts x 7 rows = 4” of Dc

Finished Size: 12” x 12” square

Pattern Notes

Written in US crochet terms.

Sdc can be substituted with a Ch 3.

Worked in the round.

A stitch count is provided at the end of each round.

Blocking isn’t necessary but advised.

Included in the Fall 2023 Granny Blanket CAL by MadameStitch.

Color changes are optional.

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The Pattern

With Color A:

1.) In MC, Sdc, 2Dc, Ch 3, *3Dc, Ch 3, repeat from * 2 more times. Join to Sdc with a Sl St. (12 Dc, 4 Ch 3 Sps)

2.) (Sdc, 2Dc) in Ch 3 Sp, Ch 1, *Sk 3, (3Dc, Ch 3, 2Dc) in Ch 3 Sp, Dc in next 3 Sts, (2Dc, Ch 3, 3Dc) in Ch 3 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 3, (3Dc, Ch 3, 2Dc) in Ch 3 Sp, Dc in next 3 Sts, 2 Dc in Ch 3 Sp, Ch 3. Join to Sdc with a Sl St. (26 Dc, 2 Ch 1 Sps, 4 Ch 3 Sps)

3.) (Sdc, 2 Dc) in Ch 3 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 3, 3Dc in Ch 1 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 3, (3Dc, Ch 3, 2Dc) in Ch 3 Sp, Dc in next 7 Sts, (2Dc, Ch 3, 3Dc) in Ch 3 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 3, 3Dc in Ch 1 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 3, (3Dc, Ch 3, 2Dc) in Ch 3 Sp, Dc in next 7 Sts, 2Dc in Ch 3 Sp, Ch 3. Join to Sdc with a Sl St. (40 Dc, 4 Ch 1 Sps, 3 Ch 3 Sps)

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Fasten off and change to Color B.

4.) (Sdc, 2Dc) in Ch 3 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 3, 3Dc in Ch 1 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 3, 3Dc in Ch 1 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 3, (3Dc, Ch 3, 2Dc) in Ch 3 Sp, Dc in next 11 Sts, (2Dc, Ch 3, 3Dc) in Ch 3 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 3, 3Dc in Ch 1 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 3, 3Dc in Ch 1 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 3, (3Dc, Ch 3, 2Dc) in Ch 3 Sp, Dc in next 11 Sts, 2 Dc in Ch 3 Sp, Ch 3. Join to Sdc with Sl St. (54 Dc, 6 Ch 1 Sps, 4 Ch 3 Sps)

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5.) (Sdc, 2Dc) in Ch 3 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 3, *3Dc in Ch 1 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 3, repeat from * two more times, (3Dc, Ch 3, 2Dc) in Ch 3 Sp, Dc in next 15 Sts, (2Dc, Ch 3, 3Dc) in Ch 3 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 3, *3Dc in Ch 1 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 3, repeat from * two more times, (3Dc, Ch 3, 2Dc) in Ch 3 Sp, Dc in next 15 Sts, 2Dc in Ch 3 Space, Ch 3. Join to Sdc in Sl St. (68 Dc, 8 Ch 1 Sps, 4 Ch 3 Sps)

Should measure 6” across.

Fasten off and change to Color A.

6.) (Sdc, 2Dc) in Ch 3 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 3, *3Dc in Ch 1 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 3 repeat from * three more times, (3Dc, Ch 3, 2Dc) in Ch 3 Sp, Dc in next 19 Sts, (2Dc, Ch 3, 3Dc) in Ch 3 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 3, *3Dc in Ch 1 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 3, repeat from * three more times, (3Dc, Ch 3, 2Dc) in Ch 3 Sp, Dc in next 19 Sts, 2Dc in Ch 3 Space, Ch 3. Join to Sdc in Sl St. (82 Dc, 10 Ch 1 Sps, 4 Ch 3 Sps)

7.) (Sdc, 2Dc) in Ch 3 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 3, *3Dc in Ch 1 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 3 repeat from * four more times, (3Dc, Ch 3, 2Dc) in Ch 3 Sp, Dc in next 23 Sts, (2Dc, Ch 3, 3Dc) in Ch 3 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 3, *3Dc in Ch 1 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 3, repeat from * four more times, (3Dc, Ch 3, 2Dc) in Ch 3 Sp, Dc in next 23 Sts, 2Dc in Ch 3 Space, Ch 3. Join to Sdc in Sl St. (96 Dc, 12 Ch 1 Sps, 4 Ch 3 Sps)

Should measure 8” across

8.) (Sdc, 2Dc) in Ch 3 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 3, *3Dc in Ch 1 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 3 repeat from * five more times, (3Dc, Ch 3, 2Dc) in Ch 3 Sp, Dc in next 27 Sts, (2Dc, Ch 3, 3Dc) in Ch 3 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 3, *3Dc in Ch 1 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 3, repeat from * five more times, (3Dc, Ch 3, 2Dc) in Ch 3 Sp, Dc in next 27 Sts, 2Dc in Ch 3 Space, Ch 3. Join to Sdc in Sl St. (110 Dc, 14 Ch 1 Sps, 4 Ch 3 Sps)

    Fasten off and change to Color B.

    9.) (Sdc, 2Dc) in Ch 3 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 3, *3Dc in Ch 1 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 3 repeat from * six more times, (3Dc, Ch 3, 2Dc) in Ch 3 Sp, Dc in next 31 Sts, (2Dc, Ch 3, 3Dc) in Ch 3 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 3, *3Dc in Ch 1 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 3, repeat from * six more times, (3Dc, Ch 3, 2Dc) in Ch 3 Sp, Dc in next 31 Sts, 2Dc in Ch 3 Space, Ch 3. Join to Sdc in Sl St. (124 Dc, 16 Ch 1 Sps, 4 Ch 3 Sps)

    Should measure 10” across.

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    10.) (Sdc, 2Dc) in Ch 3 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 3, *3Dc in Ch 1 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 3 repeat from * seven more times, (3Dc, Ch 3, 2Dc) in Ch 3 Sp, Dc in next 35 Sts, (2Dc, Ch 3, 3Dc) in Ch 3 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 3, *3Dc in Ch 1 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 3, repeat from * seven more times, (3Dc, Ch 3, 2Dc) in Ch 3 Sp, Dc in next 35 Sts, 2Dc in Ch 3 Space, Ch 3. Join to Sdc in Sl St. (138 Dc, 18 Ch 1 Sps, 4 Ch 3 Sps)

    11.) Ch 1, Sc in same St and next 39 Sts, 3Sc in next St, Sc in next 41 Sts, 3Sc in next St, Sc in next 41 Sts, 3Sc in next St, Sc in next 41 Sts, 3 Sc in next St, Sc in next St. Join to Sc with Sl St. (176 Sc)

    Should measure 12” across.

    Fasten off and weave in ends.

    Block finished square to make connecting to other squares easier.

    Availability

    You can purchase an ad-free pdf download of the Crazy Granny on Ravelry.


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    Ursula Coaster – Free Crochet Pattern

    Use up your left over skeins of yarn and make a few Ursula Coasters today! The Ursula Coaster makes a great gift too.

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    The Yarn

    Coasters made from cotton yarn work the best because they can easily absorb any condensation or small spills. If all you have on hand is acrylic yarn, then go ahead and use that.

    With the Ursula Coaster I used Lily Sugar ‘n Cream in colorway Meadow. When shopping for the yarn for this design the color just spoke to me and I absolutely NEEDED to have it.

    Lily� Sugar 'n Cream� Solid Yarn By Sugar & Cream in Meadow | 1.5 | Michaels�

    Supplies Needed

    40 yards worsted weight cotton
    I/5.50mm crochet hook
    Measuring tape
    Scissors
    Yarn needle


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    Stitches Used

    Ch – Chain
    Cl – Cluster
    Dc – Double Crochet
    Hdc – Half Double Crochet
    Sk – Skip
    YO – Yarn Over

    Aquarius Streamline Resin

    Stitches Definition:

    Cl(s) – Cluster(s): [The Cl is comprised of a Dc and Hdc together.] YO, insert hook into next St, YO and pull up a loop, YO, pull through first 2 loops on hook, YO, insert hook into SAME St, YO and pull up a loop, YO and pull through all 4 loops on hook. Cluster completed.

    Gauge & Finished Size

    Gauge: 8 Cl x 8 rows = 4” of stich pattern

    Finished Size: 4” x 4”

    Pattern Notes

    Written in US crochet terms.

    A stitch count is provided at the end of each row.

    Clusters are worked into the top of cluster of previous row.

    The Pattern

    Ch 19

    1.) Hdc in 2nd Ch from the hook, *Cl in next Ch, Sk next Ch, repeat from * across, Hdc in last Ch. (8 Cls, 2 Hdc)

    2.) Turn, Ch 1, Hdc in 1st St, Cl in next St and each St across, Hdc in last St. (8 Cls, 2 Hdc)

    Repeat Row 2 until square.

    Finish off and weave in ends.

    Availability

    You can purchase the Ursula Coaster on Ravelry, Etsy, Ribblr, and Love Crafts.

    If you love the Ursula Coaster you’ll love the Ursula Washcloth & Throw Blanket!

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    The Ursula Coaster is featured in the Fireside Comforts Blog Hop hosted by Kristine of Ambassador Crochet. The event runs for the month of October 2023!

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    Smokey Ridge Beanie – Free Crochet Pattern For Men

    There are never enough crochet patterns out there are specifically designed strictly for men. With that in mind, I designed the Smokey Ridge Beanie that has a fun texture but isn’t boring or gives off a feminine feel.

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    The Yarn

    I wanted to use a different yarn this go ’round. I’ve been using local craft store yarns recently and I needed something new. I decided to use 2 Ply Sport by Morehouse Farm Merino. It is a non-superwash, not carbonized, 100% natural merino.

    Morehouse Farm is located in Red Hook, NY. It isn’t too far from where I live and have quite a few weekends that they have an open house so you can see the sheep that the wool comes from. They often travel to wool and yarn festivals. Morehouse will be at Rhinebeck or also known as the New York Sheep & Wool Festival in October.

    The color I picked is called Seafoam. I thought it was a great color that wasn’t a neutral but also wasn’t too feminine. With my husband in mind as my model for my finished beanie I also wanted a color that he would wear. You won’t believe this… The color of the yarn matches his eyes!

    Supplies Needed

    200 yards Morehouse Farm Merino Yarn or equivalent weight yarn such as Paintbox Simply Dk
    G/4.00mm and H/5.00mm Furls Odyssey crochet hooks
    Measuring tape
    Yarn needle
    Scissors
    Stitch markers

    Stitches Used

    Ch – Chain
    Dc – Double Crochet
    Hdc – Half Double Crochet
    Sc – Single Crochet
    Sl St – Slip Stitch
    Sdc – Starting Double Crochet
    BLO
    – Back Loop Only
    FLO – Front Loop Only

    Stitch Definition:

    Starting Double Crochet – (also known as Long Chain Double Crochet or Chainless Starting Double Crochet.) Pull up your loop to the height of your usual Double Crochet. Yarn over, insert into the 1st St, yarn over, pull through the Stitch, yarn over, pull through two loops on the hook, yarn over, pull through the remaining two loops on your hook.
    You could also use this method:

    Gauge & Finished Size(s)

    Gauge: 5 rounds = 4.5” diameter

    Finished Size: 8.5” tall x 10.5” wide

    Head Circumference: approx. 23”

    Pattern Notes

    Written in US crochet terms.

    Worked in the round.

    Must know the difference between the front, back, and third loop of stitches.

    Will need two different hook sizes.

    Teal Streamline Glitter

    A stitch definition for the Sdc is provided. The Sdc can be substituted with a Ch 3.

    A stitch count is provided at the end of each round.

    The Pattern

    With H/5.0mm hook

    1.) In Magic Circle, Sdc, 9DC. Join with a Sl St. (10)

    2.) Turn, (Sdc, Dc) FLO of 1st St, 2Dc FLO of next St and around.
    Join with a Sl St. (20)

    3.) Turn, Ch 1, 2Hdc BLO of 1st St, Hdc BLO of next St, *2Hdc BLO of next St, Hdc BLO of next St, repeat from * around. Join with a Sl St. (30) Should measure 3”in diameter

    Teal Streamline Glitter

    4.) Turn, Ch 1, 2Hdc 3rd Loop (far front loop) of 1st St, Hdc 3rd Loop of next 2 Sts, *2Hdc 3rd Loop of next St, Hdc 3rd Loop of next 2 Sts, repeat from * around. Join with a Sl St. (40) Should measure 3.5” in diameter

    5.) Turn, (Sdc, Dc) in 1st St, Dc in next 3 Sts, *2Dc in next St, Dc in next 3 Sts, repeat from *around. Join with a Sl St. (50) Should measure 4.5” in diameter.

    6.) Turn, (Sdc, Dc) FLO of 1st St, Dc FLO of next 4 Sts, *2Dc FLO of next St, Dc FLO of next 4 Sts, repeat from * around. Join with a Sl St. (60) Should measure 5.5” in diameter.

    7.) Turn, Ch 1, 2Hdc BLO of 1st St, Hdc BLO of next 5 Sts, *2Hdc BLO of next St, Hdc BLO of next 5 Sts, repeat from * around. Join with a Sl St. (70)

    8.) Turn, Ch 1, 2Hdc 3rd Loop (far front loop) of 1st St, Hdc 3rd Loop of next 6 Sts, *2Hdc 3rd Loop of next St, Hdc 3rd Loop of next 6 Sts, repeat from * around. Join with a Sl St. (80) Should measure 6” in diameter.

    9.) Turn, (Sdc, Dc) in 1st St, Dc in next 7 Sts, *2Dc in next St, Dc in next 7 Sts, repeat from *around. Join with a Sl St. (90) Should measure 7.25” in diameter

    10.) Turn, Sdc FLO of 1st St, Dc FLO of next St and each St around. Join with a Sl St. (90)

    11.) Turn, Ch1, Hdc BLO of 1st and each St around. Join with a Sl St. (90)

    12.) Turn, Ch1, Hdc 3rd Loop (far front loop) of 1st St and each St around. Join with a Sl St. (90)

    13.) Turn, Sdc in 1st St, Dc in next St and each St around.
    Join with a Sl St. (90)

    14.) Turn, Sdc FLO of 1st St, Dc FLO of next St and each St around. Join with a Sl St. (90)

    15.) Turn, Ch1, Hdc BLO of 1st and each St around. Join with a Sl St. (90)

    16.) Turn, Ch1, Hdc 3rd Loop (far front loop) of 1st St and each St around. Join with a Sl St. (90)

    17.) Turn, Sdc in 1st St, Dc in next St and each St around. Join with a Sl St. (90)

    18.) Turn, Sdc FLO of 1st St, Dc FLO of next St and each St around. Join with a Sl St. (90)

    19.) Turn, Ch1, Hdc BLO of 1st and each St around. Join with a Sl St. (90)

    Change to G/4.0mm hook

    20.) DO NOT TURN, Ch1, Hdc 3rd Loop (far back loop) of 1st St and each St around. Join with a Sl St. (90)

    21.) Ch1, Hdc 3rd Loop (far back loop) of 1st St and each St around. Join with a Sl St. (90)

    22.) Ch1, Hdc 3rd Loop (far back loop) of 1st St and each St around. Join with a Sl St. (90)

    23.) Ch1, Hdc 3rd Loop (far back loop) of 1st St and each St around. Join with a Sl St. (90)

    24.) Ch1, Sc 3rd Loop (far back loop) of 1st St and each St around. Join with a Sl St. (90)

    Finish off and weave in ends.

    Availability

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    Granny’s Love Triangle Scarf – Free Crochet Pattern

    Wrap yourself in Granny’s Love with this free triangle scarf crochet pattern.

    The Granny’s Love Triangle Scarf is the perfect accessory to keep you warm at anytime of the year. Keep it in your car for those chilly nights while you’re out. It is also a great piece to add some flare to your OOTD (outfit of the day) when you need that splash of extra color.

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    The Yarn

    The yarn I used for the Granny’s Love Triangle Scarf is a new yarn I found at Joann’s. This Caron Colorama Halo cake is a stunning ombre cake that has smooth transitions between colors.

    There are a few different colors available but I obviously had to the purple named Lavender Frost. Other colors include gorgeous blues, greens, and pinks. I even noticed a few that included a few colors in each cake too.

    Supplies Needed

    Aquarius Streamline Resin

    Stitches Used

    Ch – Chain
    Dc – Double Crochet
    Sc – Single Crochet
    Sdc – Starting Double Crochet
    Sk – Skip
    Sl St – Slip Stitch
    Sp(s) – Space(s)
    St(s) – Stitch(es)

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    Stitch Definition

    Starting Double Crochet – (also known as Long Chain Double Crochet or Chainless Starting Double Crochet.) Pull up your loop to the height of your usual Double Crochet. Yarn over, insert into the 1st St, yarn over, pull through the Stitch, yarn over, pull through two loops on the hook, yarn over, pull through the remaining two loops on your hook.

    You could also use this method:

    Gauge & Finished Size(s)

    Gauge: 12 Sts x 4 Rows of pattern

    Finished Size:
    Before Blocking:
    60” wide x 24” tall
    After Blocking:
    62” wide x 27” tall

    Pattern Notes

    Written in US crochet terms.

    A stitch count has been provided for each row.

    The Sdc can be substituted with a Ch 3.

    Blocking isn’t necessary but advised.

    Availability

    You can purchase the ad-free pdf download on Ravelry, Etsy, Ribblr, and LoveCrafts.

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    The Granny’s Love Triangle Scarf is featured in the Stitching With Granny 2023 Event hosted by Cosy Rosie UK. Get more information about the event where you can view 22 free patterns featuring the granny stitch HERE.

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    You can get the Granny’s Love Triangle Scarf pattern along with the other 21 featured patterns all in one place when you purchase the Stitching With Granny Pattern Bundle for $12.95. Grab yours today before time runs out. The Stitching With Granny Pattern Bundle will only be available until August 22nd.

    The Pattern

    1.) Ch 1 (Sdc, Dc, Ch 1, 2Dc) in Ch 1. (5)

    2.) Turn, (Sdc, Dc) in 1st St, Ch 1, Sk 1, 3Dc in Ch 1 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 1, 2Dc in last St. (9)

    3.) Turn, (Sdc, Dc) in 1st St, Ch 1, Sk 1, 3Dc in Ch 1 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 3, 3Dc in Ch 1 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 1, 2Dc in last St. (13)

    4.) Turn, (Sdc, Dc) in 1st St, Ch 1, Sk 1, 3Dc in Ch 1 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 3, 3Dc in Ch 1 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 3, 3Dc in Ch 1 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 1, 2Dc in last St. (17)

    5.) Turn, (Sdc, Dc) in 1st St, Ch 1, Sk 1, *3Dc in Ch 1 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 3, repeat from * 2 more times, 3Dc in Ch 1 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 1, 2Dc in last St. (21)

    6.) Turn, (Sdc, Dc) in 1st St, Ch 1, Sk 1, *3Dc in Ch 1 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 3, repeat from * 3 more times, 3Dc in Ch 1 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 1, 2Dc in last St. (25)

    7.) Turn, (Sdc, Dc) in 1st St, Ch 1, Sk 1, *3Dc in Ch 1 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 3, repeat from * 4 more times, 3Dc in Ch 1 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 1, 2Dc in last St. (29)

    8.) Turn, (Sdc, Dc) in 1st St, Ch 1, Sk 1, *3Dc in Ch 1 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 3, repeat from * 5 more times, 3Dc in Ch 1 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 1, 2Dc in last St. (33)

    9.) Turn, (Sdc, Dc) in 1st St, Ch 1, Sk 1, *3Dc in Ch 1 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 3, repeat from * 6 more times, 3Dc in Ch 1 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 1, 2Dc in last St. (37)

    10.) Turn, (Sdc, Dc) in 1st St, Ch 1, Sk 1, *3Dc in Ch 1 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 3, repeat from * 7 more times, 3Dc in Ch 1 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 1, 2Dc in last St. (41)

    11.) Turn, (Sdc, Dc) in 1st St, Ch 1, Sk 1, *3Dc in Ch 1 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 3, repeat from * 8 more times, 3Dc in Ch 1 Sp, Ch 1, Sk 1, 2Dc in last St. (45)

    Rows 12 – 49) Repeat established sequence.

    50.) Turn, Ch 1, 2Sc in 1st St, Sc in next St and across, 2Sc in last St. (199)

    Finish off and weave in ends.

    Block if necessary.

    You may sell finished items made with my pattern, I just ask that you credit the design to Crochets By Trista.

    I can not offer any refunds on patterns due to it being a pdf download.


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    Sisterhood Snowflake – Free Crochet Pattern

    Create your own flurry using the Sisterhood Snowflake crochet pattern to make your favorite winter decorations. The Sisterhood Snowflake makes a beautiful coaster, stunning set of earrings, and even the perfect ornament for your tree.

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    24 Days of Quickies

    Featured in the 2022 24 Days of Quickies by Marly Bird & Friends.

    This is the 3rd year that I’ve participated and I absolutely love the event!

    The Yarn

    I used Lily’s Sugars n’ Cream, the same yarn for the Sisterhood Snowflake as I did the Zeta Snowflake and Omega Snowflake.

    Lily� Sugar 'n Cream� Solid Yarn By Sugar & Cream in White | 2.5 oz | Michaels�

    You can use a variety of cotton yarns to make the Sisterhood Snowflake into a coaster.

    Michaels Knitting & Crochet

    One of the best features of the collection of snowflakes that I have is that you can experiment with different yarns/threads and hooks to make so many other items. My favorites are ornaments and earrings.

    Supplies Needed

    Stitches Used

    Ch – Chain
    Dc – Double Crochet
    Hdc – Half Double Crochet
    MC – Magic Circle
    Sc – Single Crochet
    Sdc – Starting Double Crochet
    Sk – Skip
    Sl St – Slip Stitch
    Sp(s) – Space(s)
    St(s) – Stitch(es)

    Emerald Odyssey Hook

    Gauge & Finished Size(s)

    Gauge: 16 stitches x 15 rows = 4”

    Size: After blocking – approximately 6” across from picot to picot

    Pattern Notes

    Written in American crochet terms.

    The Sdc can be substituted with a Ch 2.

    Blocking isn’t necessary but advised.

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    A stitch count has been provided at the end of each row.

    Experiment with different yarn/thread and hooks to make other items such as earrings, ornaments, bunting, keychains, etc.

    Stitch Definitions

    Starting Double Crochet – (also known as Long Chain Double Crochet or Chainless Starting Double Crochet.)  Pull up your loop to the height of your usual Double Crochet. YO, insert into the 1st St, YO, pull through the St, YO, pull through 2 loops, YO, pull through the remaining 2 loops.

    Picot – (Sl St, Ch 3, Sl St)

    The Pattern 

    1.) In MC, Hdc 12. Join with a Sl St. (12)

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    2.) (Sdc, Ch 1) in same 1st St, *(Dc, Ch1) in next St, repeat from * around. Join with a Sl St to Sdc. (24)

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    3.) (Sdc, Dc) in 1st St, Dc in next St, *2Dc in next St, Dc in next St, repeat from *around. Join with a Sl St to Sdc. (36)

    4.) Ch 1, Sc in 1st St, Ch 9, Sk 5, *Sc in next St, Ch 9, Sk 5, repeat from * around. Join with a Sl St to 1st Sc. (6 Ch 9 Sps)

    5.) Ch 1, *(Sc, Ch 3, Sc, Hdc, Dc, picot, Dc, Hdc, Sc, Ch 3, Sc) in Ch 9 Sp, repeat from * around. Join with a Sl St to 1st Sc. (6 points)

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