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16-Circles Square


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Don't let the intricacy of this 16-Circles Square pattern scare you away. There are step-by-step pictures to help you along the way, and the end result is simply gorgeous! This is one of the prettiest free crochet afghan square patterns you'll find.

16-Circles Square
16-Circles Square
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Crochet Hook: G/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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Too many circles to make but it would be a beautiful afghan. Here's the link to the pattern http// == les-square.html.

This pattern would make a beautiful continuous round with scrap yarn made into a blanket. SOmething I am going to try and post when completed.

I think this would be a wonderful square to make if I knew where to down load the pattern. Thank you for this great looking granny square. Pat

Hi there. I downloaded this pattern because it really appealed to me. However, I fussed with it for over an hour before pretty much giving up. The directions were difficult to understand and the pictures were small with no definition - and there weren't enough of them. A few days later I decided to see if I could find another version of it on the internet. I searched and came up with a tutorial at this site which does credit the original designer, and contains tons of pictures. The second part of the tutorial is located at and with these two tutorials, I was able to complete my first square. I went on to make many many more and have used them in afghans. They look really neat when done! So thanks to the original designer, but if you're having problems, try the tutorial.

TY TY TY ....i struggled with the instructions too. This was much easier to follow!


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