Do you want to learn how to crochet Large Crochet Square? Here you will learn how to do it step by step.

    Charlotte is a large crochet square. Dense overlay stitches combine with more lacy parts to create a delicate, vintage feel. Created by Dedri Uys is a 17″ square whose pattern is presented as 3 parts: the central square, the triangles that create the larger square, and the lacy border, is a gorgeous display of dense overlay stitches and lacy parts. The combination of these three parts which creates a delicate, vintage feel is absolutely fantastic!


    This is an amazing square! The pattern is written for double-knit yarn, but you can use any yarn/hook combination you prefer, provided that you use the indicated hook for the selected yarn.

    Written in 8 differente language, this pattern was inspired on Mandala Rug, I hope you have as much fun with this pattern as we have done!

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    • 4 mm crochet hook (US 6/G  UK 8)

    Suggested Yarn:


    • Scheepjes Softfun Aquarel (60% cotton/40% acrylic), 50g/140m/153yds
    • Colour A – Cloudscape (804) – 162m
    • Colour B – Riverscape (802) – 62m
    • Colour C – Cityscape (806) – 112m

    Gauge: N/A

    • At the end of Round 13:  16.5cm (6.5″)
    • At the end of Round 18:  22.5cm (8.8″)
    • At the end of Round 36:44cm (17.3″)

    Large Crochet Square

    Check out the original source for this pattern with all the directions and full written pattern at: Look At What I Made

    Thanks to Dedri for the article inspiration and featured image.

    This is an “Easy” level crochet pattern (includes “How-To” photos). You must be familiar with basic crochet stitches and techniques.

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