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Stained Glass Square Ideas

Stained Glass Square Ideas

Who doesn’t love all the intricate stained glass windows? Well, for those of us who do, these beautiful squares are just everything. They are evocative of a traditional church or country home window, with richly colored panels interspersed with „leaded” supports. Because these squares have rounded off corners, the finished blanket is translucent and truly looks like a real stained glass pane. Very nice! The links to the patterns are under the photos.

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Stained Glass Square

This is one of the most unique Stained Glass Squares out there and it is waiting for you to reinterpret it your way. Prepare some black yarn and a palette of your favorite bright colors and let your imagination fun free. You will create real magic, without a doubt! The link to the free pattern is under the photo.

Skills:  Easy    Designer:  Erin Sharp
Stained Glass Square Free Crochet Pattern

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Stained Glass Square

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Dragon Flower Stained Glass Square

If you want your stained glass squares to vibrate with juicy colors, create a cocktail of bright shades and mix warm and cold tones together. The touch of black yarn will complete your vision and add a sophisticated vibe to the whole design. This is a paid option but we have decided not to keep it from you since it’s a true gem!

Dragon Flower Stained Glass Square

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Dragon Flower Stained Glass Square

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Clusters Afghan Square

This square has a completely different character than stained glass squares we have seen above but it also uses dark yarn contrasting with lighter shades, both warm and cool-toned. This pattern will serve as a perfect base for afghan

Clusters Afghan Square

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Clusters Afghan Square

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2 comments

Elbie Evert 12 January 2019 at 3:02 pm

lovely

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Rose 12 January 2019 at 3:42 pm

very pretty! Too much single crochet for me. I like patterns that move faster.

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