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

    The solid granny square is very similar to a classic granny square. And either one of these can be made into a small square, or continue going into a larger blanket.


    To create this square, you need to know how to double crochet, chain, and also slip stitch. I’ts really simples to do, it’s a favorite first type of granny square to work on.

    Each square took me about 6 minutes to complete.

    • The beginning chain 5 counts as a double crochet plus a chain 3, and the beginning chain 2 counts as the first double crochet.
    • Join to the second chain of the beginning chain, not the first stitch.
      *You may opt to work an invisible join at the end of Round 2


    • Small Amount of Worsted Weight Yarn
    • J10/6mm Hook
    • Tapestry Needle for Weaving in Ends


    Gauge for this project isn’t essential, as long as your squares are consistent in size. Keep in mind, smaller or larger squares will produce smaller or larger projects.

    Solid Granny Square


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    R1: Chain 5. Join to form a ring. Chain 5, work (3 DC, chain 3) into the ring 3x, 2 DC into the ring and Join. (12 DC)

    R2: Chain 2. Work (2 DC, chain 3, 2 DC) into the chain space, [DC into the next 3 DCs, (2 DC, chain 3, 2 DC) into the next chain space] 3x, DC into the next 2 DCs and Join. (28 DC)

    Fasten Off, and Sew in Ends.

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