Metamorphosis Crochet Square


Metamorphosis Crochet Square

Metamorphosis Crochet Square
Metamorphosis Crochet Square

With limitless versatility, the metamorphosis crochet square is sure to be your new favorite pattern! Change up the colors for each square to create a vibrant afghan that suits any decor or select hues that will coordinate with a room’s existing color scheme. You can vary the pretty visual effect of the center design by contrasting darker and lighter yarn as you work outward. You’ll love gazing down at the bewitching pattern while snuggled beneath your metamorphosis square afghan!


Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

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

Crochet GaugeFirst 2 rounds = 3”

Finished Size12” square

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Granny squares are some of my most favorite crochet items to make. They are so versatile and usually easy to make. This twelve inch metamorphosis crochet square - hope I never have to say the name - ranks up there with my favorites. I just hope it is not to difficult to master.

I think this is my new favorite 12" granny square. Often times I have difficulty selecting my own colors when the designer makes that suggestion. You would think that is the easiest part. Well, not so much for me. Because one of the square is made with two colors I will start with that and move to the tri-color pattern if I have success. I think this will make a great throw pillow.

I love these squares for their color combination and design. They will definitely look good when connected together to produce a beautiful afghan. I look forward to making an afghan using these squares one day.

The 12 inch granny square is just the perfect size to use for many home decor projects. Here is a fun and different way to make an afghan using either of the colored motifs- how about making solid colored squares in one of the colors featured? Mix up solids and prints in either a random fashion, or maybe do a center square with four prints and then work solids all the way around? Then, do a print at each of the four corners.


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