Granny Squares 33 and 34 – 86 to go


Todays two granny squares (numbers 33 and 34 respectively) are all about texture and I rather like them.


Square 33 is a V-stitch pattern square.  It is incredibly easy to crochet up and very satisfying especially as I gave up with the instructions for the previous square in the book which required elongated stitches and just left me cold.  For this square you work the foundation row crocheting 2tr into the 4th chain from the hook, miss 1 chain, 2tr into the next chain and then repeat to the end.  The next row is the same and so on.


Square 34 is a textured half treble square.  Instead of working the half treble through the whole of the stitch below you htr into the back loop of one stitch and then the front loop of the next and so on.  Again it has a lovely texture although I think I may have photographed it sideways!

Next up is the traditional granny square.


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