Victorian V Stitch Square


The Victorian V-Stitch Square is soon to be your favorite classic design. This crochet granny square expertly uses the v-stitch to create a truly elegant crochet motif. Reminiscent of cathedral architecture, take a step back into the Victorian era and crochet this granny square pattern. Crochet granny squares don't have to be boring, crochet this free pattern and you'll love the vintage and modern look.


Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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

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What I like about this Victorian V Stitch Square pattern is the softness of the outer design where small chain stitches were used giving emphasis to the center of the square. The center flower design is highlighted which will provide a nostalgic Victorian feel once the project is completed.

Very pretty. Making a lot of these in a variety of colours would make a nice quilt style blanket. You could even use it to make curtains. Using different weights of yarn and different sized hooks could give you a wide variety of squares, making for a really unique project.

can someone explain how to join the squares?

There are many ways to join squares. Usually, if youre using a specific pattern to make something, the pattern will tell you how to join the squares. In this case, because the pattern is only for the square there are no instructions for joining. How you choose to join the squares depends on what youre making with it. One option is to sew them together using a yarn needle and a whip stitch. You can also join squares using a chain stitch or a single crochet, to name a few. There are tons of options to work with.

EDIT...Sorry I meant to say using a slip stitch, not a chain stitch.

Very pretty. Would make a lovely afghan.


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