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In last corner, 2 dc in base st of the ch4 to finish the corner. (32 sts) Round 3: Repeat round 2 (48 sts) Round 4: Repeat round 2 (64 sts) Round 5: Repeat round 2 (80 sts) Round 6: Repeat round 2 (96 sts) Round 7: Repeat round 2 (112 sts) If I'm using Red Heart Super Saver yarn, seven rounds makes an 8" square, which is the required size for Knit A Square.
(16 sts) Round 2: Ch 4, 2 dc in same st, *dc in each dc on the first side, (2 dc, tc, 2 dc) in corner tc.* Repeat for each side.
In last corner, 2 dc in base st of the ch4 to finish the corner. (32 sts) Now continuing the double chain in each double chain below, and the double chains/treble chain/double chains for the corners, continue around to the first chain 4 in the first corner, where we started.
I wanted to make a truly solid granny square pattern for the charity blanket squares that I crochet for Knit A Square. If I'm using thinner yarn such as Hobby Lobby's I Love This Yarn!
My prior pattern, Gramma Cookie's Solid Granny Square, has holes at the corners, and I wanted to devise a square with no holes; the "KAS Solid Granny Square" was born. , I may need to work an eighth round in single stitch, to reach the 8" square size.
Granny takes her job seriously and daily foils man Granny leads a secret life in the small, unique community of Fuschia, Minnesota.
There are quite a few names that are just a wee bit different. For example, the chief of police is known simply as The Big Guy.
Granny leads a secret life in the small, unique community of Fuschia, Minnesota.It's not just her all junk food diet, multiplying pets, or her shocking bedtime attire that makes Granny one in a million.No, Granny is an undercover cop, charged by "the Big Guy" (the town's police chief) of preventing theft in local stores. Round 1: In a Magic ring, ch 4, *3 dc in ring, tc in ring,* repeat three times, 3 dc in ring, sl st to the top of beg ch 4 to close the first round.In last corner, 1 sc in base st of the ch1 to finish the corner. (124 sts) Knit A Square requests that you weave in the beginning tail (if you haven't crocheted over it on the first row), and also leave a 20" long tail at the end, which will be used to sew the squares together into blankets.It can be crocheted either half double crochet/double crochet, or double crochet/treble crochet. Round 8 [If Needed for size]: Ch1, 2 sc in same st, *sc in each dc on the first side, (3 sc) in corner tc.* Repeat for each side.