Autumn Flower Granny Square

Just a note about how to use my pattern .You are welcome to sell your finished creations made from my pattern, you may not copy, share, reproduce in any way including video tutorials or sell the pattern itself and we kindly ask that you link to our Etsy shop if selling online https://www.etsy.com/shop/SewHappyCreative ©Copyright SewHappyCreative 2020 Lets get started you will need to be familiar with the following stitches.

Pattern notes: My granny square motif is made of 3 rounds, Round 1 & 2 use cluster stitches, this is where several stitches are grouped together (worked in the same space or stitch) by not completing the final part of the stitch and leaving the loops on the hook, before pulling the hook through all the loops of the incomplete stitches at the end, and forming the cluster stitch. It’s much the same as a decrease is done .I used Scheepjes catona cotton denim and my own hand dyed yarn.

Foundation Round Using any shade make a magic loop or ch5, ss to join into a ring.

Rounds 1 Into the magic loop or ring ch3 (counts as tr), 1tr, ch1, (*2trcl, ch1,*) repeat from * to * 10 times , ( that’s 11 times in total ) ss to join to beg ch-3, fasten off. Total 12 trcl groups.

Rounds 2 Using any shade attach yarn in any ch-1sp of round 1, ch4 (counts as dtr) 3dtrcl, ch3, (4dtrcl, ch3) in every ch-1sp around ss to join into first stitch after your beg ch-4.( 12 petals)

Round 3 Using any shade attach yarn in any ch-3sp of round 2, ch4 (counts as dtr) 2dtr, ch2, 3dtr in same sp, 3tr in next 2sp’s *(3dtr, ch2, 3dtr) for the corner, 3tr in next 2 sp’s* repeat from * to * around, ss to join into beg ch-4.

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