Rectangle Crochet Granny Square




Rectangle Crochet Granny Square

Written by Teresa Richardson

Video Tutorial: Rectangle Crochet Granny Square

Abbreviations
SC - Single Crochet
DC - Double Crochet
CH - Chain
SL ST - Slip Stitch

Long Side - This represents instructions for the long side within each round. There will be 3 DC, CH 1 in each chain 1 space across the long side.


Work 13 foundation single crochet.

The Multiple is 3 if you want to work a chain or add more stitches for a longer rectangle.

Round 1: CH 3, Work 2 DC in the same Space. CH 2, Work 3 DC, CH 2 3 DC in the same end stitch. (This creates the corners) *CH 1, skip 2 SC, work 3 DC in the next, Continue across from *. CH 1, work 3DC, CH2, 3DC, CH2, 3DC all in the same stitch at the end. (This creates the corners). *CH 1, skip 2 SC, work 3 DC in the next, Continue across from *. SC in the beginning CH 3 to join.

Round 2: CH 3, 2 DC in the same space.

Long Side 1:
*CH 1, 3 DC in the next CH 1 space. Continue across from *. Corner- 3 DC, CH 2, 3 DC in the same chain 2 space. Chain 1, Next Corner - 3 DC, CH 2, 3 DC in the same chain 2 space.
Long Side 2:
*CH 1, 3 DC in the next CH 1 space. Continue across from *. Corner- 3 DC, CH 2, 3 DC in the same chain 2 space. Chain 1, Next Corner - 3 DC, CH 2, 3 DC in the same chain 2 space. SC in the beginning CH 3 to join.

Round 3: CH 3, 2 DC in the same space.
Long Side 1:
*CH 1, 3 DC in the next CH 1 space. Continue across from *. Corner- 3 DC, CH 2, 3 DC in the same chain 2 space. CH 1, DC in the next CH 1 space, CH 1, Next Corner - 3 DC, CH 2, 3 DC in the same chain 2 space.
Long Side 2:
*CH 1, 3 DC in the next CH 1 space. Continue across from *. Corner- 3 DC, CH 2, 3 DC in the same chain 2 space. CH 1, DC in the next CH 1 space, CH 1, Next Corner - 3 DC, CH 2, 3 DC in the same chain 2 space. SC in the beginning CH 3 to join.

Continue with each round to make the rectangle larger.


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