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Grapes and Vine Granny Square

Supplies:
I used Lion Brands Vanna's Choice in
Olive and Purple
I a size J hook but use any size you prefer

Using purple make a magic circle
Round 1

Chain and pull up to the height you want on your puff stitches. Make a 7 loop puffstitch ch2 repeat 3 times and join the last ch2 with the first puff stitch.
Round 2
Using olive
Ch3, 2dc, ch3 dc, ch1 (all in the ch2 of r1)* skip to the next ch2 space of r1 and 3dc, ch2, 3dc, ch1 * repeat 2 more times and join with beginning ch3

Here is the inspiration for this square! I was sitting a a yummy Italian place and thought of these colors! I wanted the grape portion to be rounder and fuller so I used the puff stitch to give it some variety.  I think this could also double for a violet or wine inspired square!
Round 3
Ch3, 2dc, 3dc, ch1, (all in the ch2 of r2)3dc in the ch1 space,ch1,*3dc, ch2, 3dc,ch2 , 3dc in the next ch1 space, ch1* repeat 2 times and join

Round 4
Switch to purple
Chain in any corner and pull up make *1 puff stitch, ch2 loosely , 1 puff stitch, ch1, 1 puff stitch in the next ch1 space, ch1, make 1 puff stitch in the ch1 space, ch 1* repeat 3 more times and join

Last round!
Using olive
Attach at any corner. Ch3 , 2 dc, ch2, 3 dc, ch1 , skip to next ch1 spot and 3dc,ch1, skip to the next ch1 spot and 3 dc, ch1, skip to the next ch1 spot and 3dc, ch1 *in the ch2 work 3dc, ch2, 3dc, skip to the ch1, 3dc,ch1 3times* repeat two more times and join.

Don't forget to weave in your ends!  What do you plan on making this square for? Comment below ! Don't for get to check back for all my other squares this month! There will be a new one 6 days every week!

Comments

  1. I think I might try to make it into a granighan for a baby size and if it goes well perhaps make an afghan like it. It looks like a great stashbuster and I am loaded (overloaded) with yarn. Thank you for the pattern

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  2. What is a 'magic circle'? I've been crocheting for over 30 years and have never heard of this.

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  3. Dawnjerrene, just type in magic circle in your search engine, you will have all the info you need to make one. Hope you have found it already.

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  4. Super cute but I found it really confusing for some reason. Ended up just looking at the picture and kinda winged it. Still looks the same at least. Thanks!

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