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Oversized Square Free Crochet Patterns

Oversize Square Ideas

Most crochet squares fall in the 4″ to 12″ range, and are used as building blocks for larger projects. However, today, I thought that we’d show something a little different. Here are some patterns for honkin’ big squares that are projects of and in themselves. Not only are they attractive and unique, they will be a lot of fun to make and work on. Please have a look at these unusual but great projects.

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Kinship Square Free Crochet Pattern

The Kinship Square is a beautiful, mandala-based square with an extended border. The finished project is 16.5″ inches on a side. It would be a perfect design to make a small mat or doily on a sideboard or coffee table, or as the upper side of a pillow or cushion. The kinship mandala from the center can also function on its own as a separate project, very versatile.
Skills:  Easy    Designer: Dedri UysKinship Square

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Kinship Square

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Love You Granny Square Free Crochet Pattern

If you want to know crochet… if you want to BE crochet, you simply must know the granny square inside, out and backwards; in all its possible iterations. Here is a simple way to make this oh, so useful crochet building block using 4 simple stitches. It’s extreme flexibility is evidenced by the fact that it can be used in just about any project, from clothing to blankets and anything in between. Simple, fun and useful… what can be better? A link to the free pattern is below photos.

Skills: Easy   Designer : Wilma Westenberg

Love You Granny Square Free Crochet Pattern

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Love You Granny Square

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All in The Family Afghan Free Crochet Pattern

Here is another giant square project for you to contemplate and take on. This is also a beautiful blanket project that consists of a single giant square. This is a rich, luxuriant afghan with intricately delineated bands of varying colors and textures. If you choose to make one of these, it will be the envy of all your crocheting friends. A link to the free pattern is below photos.

Skills: Easy   Designer : Jeanne Steinhilber

All in The Family Afghan
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All in The Family Afghan

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Anna Smit 8 May 2020 at 11:56 pm

Gorgeous ❣

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