Simple Granny Square Blanket Pattern

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This single pattern is available as a download.

For this pattern I used:

Yarn & Amounts: Three 50g balls of dk weight yarn in shade A.
AND
One 50g ball each in shade B, shade C, shade D, shade E, shade F, shade G and shade H.

Metres for shade A: 255m.
Metres each for other seven shades: 85m.

My Yarn Suggestions & Amounts: WYS Illustrious Naturals DK Two 100g hanks for shade A and one hank each in three shades,
Or WYS Bluefaced Leicester DK – Undyed in 01 Natural Ecru, two hanks with  WYS Bluefaced Leicester DK – Dyed, one ball each of seven shades.

Hook: 4mm.

Measurements: This blanket is made up of 49 squares – each square is 9cm x 9cm.
Finished blanket size is approx. 64cm x 64cm.

My design ideas and advice: A classic granny square pattern written in my simple and easy to read style. This blanket is a simple and easy crochet project, brilliant for beginners who want to learn how to crochet granny squares and experienced crocheters who want a reminder on how to crochet a square. I have explained in detail what each section means so those new to following patterns can take it nice and slowly whilst creating something beautiful. The blanket is made up of colourful squares so you can crochet one or two whilst you relax in an evening and before you know it you’ll have a mountain of squares ready to be crocheted together into a blanket.

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