If you’re looking for a creative way to add some texture to your crochet projects, you might want to consider using 3D granny squares. These squares are a modern take on the classic granny square, and they add depth and dimension to your projects. In this article, we’ll take a closer look at 3D granny squares, and we’ll explore some tips for working with them.

    3D granny squares are a variation of the classic granny square. They are made using the same basic stitches, but with a twist – quite literally. Instead of working all of the stitches on the same plane, some stitches are worked in front of or behind others, creating a raised effect.


    The result is a square that has more depth and texture than a traditional granny square. You can use these squares to create blankets, scarves, and other projects that have a unique and interesting look.

    Working with 3D Granny Squares

    If you’re new to 3D granny squares, there are a few things you should keep in mind. First, you’ll need to be comfortable with the basic stitches used in traditional granny squares. These include chain stitches, double crochet stitches, and slip stitches.

    You’ll also need to pay careful attention to where you’re placing your stitches. In this tecnique, some stitches are worked in front of others, and some are worked behind. This can take a bit of practice to get used to, but with some patience and persistence, you’ll soon get the hang of it.


    Another thing to keep in mind is that 3D granny squares can use up more yarn than traditional granny squares. This is because the raised stitches take up more space, and therefore require more yarn. If you’re working on a large project, you may want to consider buying extra yarn just to be safe.

    Finally, don’t be afraid to experiment with different colors and textures. 3D granny squares can look especially beautiful when worked in multiple colors, or when combined with other types of stitches like popcorn or shell stitches.


    3D Granny Squares

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