Maybe you are all tired of holidays?
While holiday-themed crocheting is fun, there can be too much of a good thing. So, here are some crochet square ideas to help you take a break from the gobble-gobble and ho-ho-ho. Thus, you can make something that you can turn into many useful and beautiful projects. Of course, you don’t have to turn these squares into larger projects. After all, they are their own little masterpieces, each on possibly absolutely unique. On the other hand, you can also make many identical ones and combine them into a stunning blanket or throw.
First, here is a beautiful pattern for a crochet square by Diana Krenz. Overall, it measures 12′ and resembles crocodile stitch squares.
Skills: beginner Designer: Diana Krenz
Copenhagen Crochet Square
Next, this little gem is a beautiful and highly textured showpiece. Although it’s monochrome, the texture gives it so much variety and variability, don’t you think?
Skills: beginner Designer: Rich Textures Crochet
Go to the pattern:
Charlotte’s sunshine baby
Finally, here is a crochet square perfect for a baby blanket. It’s smooth and dense enough to be warm and safe for an infant. However, it still has enough texture to let the little one’s fingers safely explore it.
Skills: beginner Designer: Raffaella Tassoni
more info about project photographed here.