Granny Paints the Town Granny Square Crochet Blanket Pattern

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If you can chain and double crochet, you can make these fun ruffled granny squares!

Intermediate level crocheters will have no trouble, while beginners get plenty of clear instructions and photos.

Pattern includes:
-- instructions for working behind the ruffle
-- directions for two background finishes
-- a V-stitch join to put the blocks together
-- a lacy border

For the blanket pictured, measuring 39" by 39", I used worsted weight Tahki Cotton Classic yarn (108 yards per skein) and a G hook. I have also used Debbie Bliss Baby Cashmerino to good effect: lots of bright colors are available, and it weighs less than the cotton.

You can use any yarn you want, of course. 2 skeins (108 yards each) of two different colors will make at least two squares. Get 5 skeins of black (approximately 500 yards) for the joining and the border.

Of course, you can always make more squares to make a larger blanket.

You will be able to download the pattern PDF as soon as your payment clears. If there is any problem with this, be sure to let me know. I can email a PDF to you if necessary.

This copyrighted pattern is my design. Purchase of this pattern means you agree to: have fun with it, avoid frogging unless it's absolutely necessary, and feel free to email me if you have questions or problems. If you make something from this pattern to give away or sell, please credit me for the design, and please direct people to YIYOdesigns for legal copies of the pattern.

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