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No Holes Granny Square

Holeless Granny
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What You Need:

  • Small amount of 2 colors – Color A (CA) & Color B. (CB)
  • Size H crochet hook


Special Stitches:
Corner Cluster – 5dc in 1 stitch that forms a corner.
Notes About This Pattern: The original pattern was designed using an H crochet hook and 4 rounds to achieve a 5 inch square. If you choose not to change colors please read the note at the bottom of the pattern for directions on how to accomplish this. Lastly this square is quite versatile meaning you can make it as big or small as you want using different size hooks and adding rows or doing less rows. The square in the above picture was made with Simply Soft Heathers in Dark Teal for the first 3 rows and Simply Soft in Black for the last row.

stat with: With color A (CA) ch6 and join with a slip stitch to make a loop.
ROUND 1: ch 3 (counts as the first dc now & throughout), 15 dc in loop. Join to top ch 3 with a slip stitch.
ROUND 2: ch3, 4 dc is same stitch as joining. *dc in next 3 dc, corner cluster in next stitch* repeat 2 more times. dc in next 3 stitches. Join to top ch 3 with a slip stitch.
ROUND 3: ch3, dc in next stitch, corner cluster in next stitch. *dc in next 7 stitches, corner cluster in next stitch* repeat 2 times. dc in next 5 stitches. Join to top ch3 with slip stitch. Finish off CA. FINISH OFF ONLY IF CHANGING COLORS! IF NOT CHANGING COLORS PLEASE READ NOTE BELOW ON HOW TO CONTINUE.
ROUND 4: Join CB with a slip stitch in the middle of any corner cluster. ch3, 4dc in same stitch. *dc in next 11 stitches, corner cluster in next* repeat 2 times. dc in next 11 stitches. Join to top of ch3 with slip stitch. Finish off CB.

Alternate Ending
This is how you would continue if you chose not to change colors after row 3.
ROUND 4: ch3, dc in next 4 stitches, corner cluster in next stitch. *dc in next 11 stitches, corner cluster in next stitch* repeat 2 times. dc in next 7 stitches. Join to top ch3 with slip stitch.

To Keep Adding Rows
To keep adding rows you would continue as row 4 but make sure to place corner cluster in the middle stitch of previous rows corner cluster. Also make sure to add extra stitches along side so each stitch has a dc.

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4 thoughts on “No Holes Granny Square

  • TO EXTEND THE SQUARE SIZE:

    r5:
    ch3, dc in next 6 stitches, corner cluster in next stitch. *dc in next 15 stitches, corner cluster in next stitch* repeat 2 times. dc in next 9 stitches. Join to top ch3 with slip stitch.

    r6:
    ch3, dc in next 8 stitches, corner cluster in next stitch. *dc in next 19 stitches, corner cluster in next stitch* repeat 2 times. dc in next 11 stitches. Join to top ch3 with slip stitch.

    r7:
    ch3, dc in next 10 stitches, corner cluster in next stitch. *dc in next 23 stitches, corner cluster in next stitch* repeat 2 times. dc in next 13 stitches. Join to top ch3 with slip stitch.

    r8:
    ch3, dc in next 12 stitches, corner cluster in next stitch. *dc in next 27 stitches, corner cluster in next stitch* repeat 2 times. dc in next 15 stitches. Join to top ch3 with slip stitch.

    r9:
    ch3, dc in next 14 stitches, corner cluster in next stitch. *dc in next 31 stitches, corner cluster in next stitch* repeat 2 times. dc in next 15 stitches. Join to top ch3 with slip stitch.

    basically for each extra row you make sure that there are 4 extra stitches per row.

  • Savannah says:

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