Step 7: To finish off, single crochet around the blanket. To do this, choose a yarn color that matches the colors of the squares and make a row of single crochets or double crochets on each edge of the blanket.
Step 8: Make a shell border. To do this, choose another color of woolen thread and make a three-stitch chain. Then make three double crochets in the same chain. Skip three stitches from the previous row and make another shell of three double crochets in the next stitch. Continue until you reach the next corner. Make three shells in the corner to create a rounded corner. Continue until you reach the end of the row. When you reach the end, make a single crochet to close the row.
Step 9: To finish the blanket, cut the yarn and tie it in a knot. Use a tapestry needle to hide loose ends of yarn.
The Granny Flower Squares Crochet Blanket is a fun and rewarding project for crocheters of all skill levels. It’s a great use for leftover wool yarn and can be customized in a variety of colors. This pattern can be adapted to create a crochet pillow or rug. If you are looking for an interesting and challenging crochet project, try crocheting a square granny blanket with flowers.
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