Farmhouse Granny Square Ideas

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A bulky yarn and a simple repeatable pattern can also be a recipe for a unique blanket, especially when there is a twist implemented. A farmhouse granny square with diagonal lines of puff stitches creates a diamond pattern when combined. The squares can be made in any size you want, so the size of the whole blanket is easy to adjust. This is one of those patterns which looks good both in monochrome and in color. Moreover, you can make it in any color you want or combine colors in a smart way to get desire effect. There are lots of possibilities for personification and to get a blanket that exactly fits your needs. What is more, you can use this pattern to make not only blankets, but also pillows, wall hangers, bags, etc. So, let’s see how your future project can look like.

 

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Farmhouse Granny Square

To begin with, this trad square with a puff stitch diagonal is a wonderful building block. In particular, this would be great when you extend the lines over a large project.

Designer: Lindsay Oncken (Bundle)

Farmhouse Granny SquareThe original pattern and the photos are available on Ravelry:

Farmhouse Granny Square

Blanket

This next farmhouse granny square has a slightly gentler texture and a crisper edge. Overall, it’s perfect for a baby blanket or a decorative throw.

Designer:  Lindsay Oncken (Bundle)

Farmhouse Granny SquareThe original pattern and the photos are available on Ravelry:

Farmhouse Granny Square

more details about project also  here.

Farmhouse Granny Square

Finally, here is an example of how to work with this wonderful building block to make a larger project. While monochrome is an art form in itself, this shows you how much you can do with a well chosen palette.

Designer:  Lindsay Oncken (Bundle)

Farmhouse Granny SquareThe original pattern and the photos are available on Ravelry:

Farmhouse Granny Square

more details about project also  here.

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  1. I was wondering if you could use a different weight of yarn like a 6 for this pattern?

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