I fell in love to Granny Square!!! Where did the name come from? Must be related from a granny that designed and made it, I searched but can’t find, even wikipedia didn’t tell….
Granny Square is a kind of patch-working in crochet where we can literally put any color combinations we like to make it a square (or a triangle or any symmetrical shapes you can design) and patch them together to form a project. I love the flexibility it provides in design in terms of motifs, color combinations, shapes, and sizes…. I crocheted a halterneck neck top for my daughter by using this square, yeah, another halterneck top for her after the knitted version. Will show the tutorial of the granny square top in my next post and how to join granny squares to form a piece.
Anyway, the one I am showing how to crochet is another variation, where I crochet double crochet [dc] in between to reduce the gap inbetween each dc cluster. This tutorial also shows how to change color in a neater way when going from round to round.