Design by Alexandra of EyeLoveKnots.
With a simple two round granny square, you can create larger pieces of art, like this acorn square, which is composed of 64 little squares. The end result, a piece perfect for fall or woodland themed decorating at home.
You can also use this square in a larger afghan, a throw pillow, as a panel on a tote bag or blouse, as a rug, or a million other things! I think it would be great in a woodland themed nursery, surrounded by owls, squirrels, foxes, and raccoons. Or use it as part of a sampler afghan paired with a squirrel, a plain pumpkin, some autumn leaves and pumpkin pie.
- Lightweight #3 Yarn
- G6/4mm Crochet Hook
- Tapestry Needle for Weaving in Ends
Here is a snake that you don’t have to fear. As a matter of fact, he looks rather adorable and is sure to be loved in just about any blanket that you choose.
Here are two variations of this pretty afghan square.
Here is an adorable bunny to enjoy in a corner-to-corner afghan square.
Free crochet pattern for the Clover Afghan Square by Petals to Picots.
FREE crochet pattern for the Stars and Stripes Square by Dorianna Rivelli of The Lavender Chair.
Free crochet pattern for a Stash Bustin’ Sunflower In A Square by Stitch11.