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Chiq Modern Granny Christmas Ornament

If you can make a Granny Square then you have this pattern in your crochet hat!!!! Go modern or traditional with your color choices, either way you will have a quick and cute ornament for your self or a gift!




Supplies

yarn ( any 4 ply I used scraps of Bernat Mosaic)

a size E crochet hook

a square ornament I used the clear hollow ones for 1.69 at Michael's

make a magic circle
Make 5  * feel free to make any 2 round granny square you wish :)
Round 1 chain 2, 2sc, ch2, *3sc,ch2* repeat 2 times you should have 4 sides ( sc's) and 4 corners ( ch2) join
Round 2 sl to corner, ch2, sc,ch2,sc2 in corner space. chain 1 * 3sc,ch3,sc, ch1 * repeat in each corner space. sl to beginning ch 2 and weave in your end


I used the sc join on the right side of the squares or you could sew them together

After crocheting /sewing them together in the top part work 4 hdc in each space ( ch1 spot or corner)
Last round, work 3 sc in between each 4 hdc. weave in your end. place you ornament inside the crochet..
Chain a chain as long as you want to weave in and out of the 2hdc shells and tie a bow!

Will you go traditional, modern, or both? comment below!

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