Broomstick Granny Square Block Motif Crochet Pattern
I created this Broomstick Granny Square for the International Granny Square Day (#grannysquareday). It was created by Susan Regalia in 2014 and it is celebrated on 15th August every year. This year it is hosted by Simply Crochet Magazine for the second time.
The pattern is for 1 or 2-color version. The grannies are revesible but look different depending on the side. They can be adapted to almost any yarn and thread (I used Textiles de la Marque Premiere yarns) and can count more rounds. I’m also planning to create other broomstick variations, so stay tuned!
- Written Pattern
- Step-by-step Instructions
Materials you need at home:
- Yarn or threads of your choice
- Corresponding hook
The idea of « Nature aux fils » came from a distant childhood memory of a 3D flower knitted, I think, on a skirt's strap by my talented grandma for me. Inspired by nature, I want my crochet flowers and other creations as realistic as possible but I don't want to copy nature and reproduce the whole flowers because I know that I'll never do better, so I introduce them into my pieces of jewellery.
The patterns that I publish here are unique and were designed by me with great care and passion. Today I want to share my secrets with you. My technique is simple but new and original, it permits you to obtain a needed shape rather easily. I also use some unusual materials that everyone can have at home but doesn't think to use.
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