Kata Square


Kata Square


Hunting for a pretty flower crochet pattern? Look no further! This feminine Kata Square is gorgeous. Complete this crochet granny square by using the crochet cluster stitch. Once you master the first cluster, the rest will all seem super easy. This pretty crochet granny square pattern will bring peace and serenity to your home. It's one of the most unique free crochet flower patterns out there. Make a bunch of these squares and join them together in an epic granny square blanket.


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

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This Kata square granny square pattern is very feminine. Flowers are beautiful and being able to incorporate them into a crochet pattern is all the better. Because real flowers die, having a bunch of crochet flowers in the home keeps the atmosphere cheerful.

I just want to reach out and though this Kata Square. I love to collect Granny square patterns so of course I saved this one to my folder. When on extended trips, I take a few patterns and complete at least a couple of new Granny square patterns before I get back home. This one is moving to the top of the stack.

THESE COLORS. Oh my goodness, it's a pastel dream. I love everything about this...absolutely stunning.

I loved this pattern the moment I saw it. Went shopping for yarn but could not match up the same colors. Are you able to suggest what yarn I should look at to match your colors? Thank you for sharing this pattern. I am fortunate to see such talent.

what is DK yarn?

DK is a lighter weight worsted yarn. A sport weight yarn that is slightly heavy or a worsted yarn something like Caron Simply Soft would probably work.

Forgot to mention... I believe DK stands for double knit. It seems to be more common in Europe than the US. Here we have worsted or sport yarn, and I find DK to be an in between type yarn.

Can you tell me what the colors are that were used in the picture? They are absolutely beautiful.

Beautiful. On my to Make List.

WOW!!! I love it. So light and lacy.


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