25 thoughts on “Crochet Traditional Granny Square 5 Rounds”

  1. @tjw1963 I guess you could say its wavy and full. Maybe Im not explaining it correctly. All I know is that when Im done the corners don’t meet perfectly. But have u made a blanket from a granny square?

  2. this video was a big help, thanks very much, i was taught to do basic crocheting in school but ony long chains im glad to have another skill, im going to make a big patchwork blanket out of granny squares for my bed when im not at work! thanks again!!

  3. @missmorgan04 As in getting wavy and full? I am not understanding what you mean by puckering? Where is it puckering?

  4. Hi. I am making a baby blanket from a granny square but as it gets larger the blanket starts to pucker. Am I doing something wrong?

  5. thank you soooo much for your videos!!!!! I’m left handed and used your left hand versions to learn. now a few months on I can read and copy from a right hand pattern!!!!! I’ve made baby hats, toddler hats and a few of the Kingston hats ( for me and a few friends!) and have now gone on to complete 3 Blankets!!!!! all with frills and flowers from your videos!!!!! My four kids thinks it’s brilliant.Thank u,Thank u,Thank u!!!!!!!

  6. @qtlivinhappy The link to the written instructions is posted below the video. You will find a symbol chart, which should help with the stitch placement.

  7. @BigMommaGLC The link to the written instructions is posted below the video. You will find a symbol chart, which should help with the stitch placement.

  8. @BigMommaGLC Hey, I just found ur solution I think. I got it confused at first too. What happens is, when you get to those corners u do three times double crochet right? Well u actually do more: you do three times a double crochet, then chain two, THEN three times double crochet in the SAME hole. thats what makes the corners! Or at least that’s what I understood. Check out 8:36 – 8:50. Good luck!

  9. After all these years of trying to read patterns a friend introduced me to your video’s and i’m running around with yarn, making new things!! wahooo so thank you so much for your time you put into this.. Your a blessing to so many… Do you have a video that shows us how to put these squares together????

  10. After all these years of trying to read patterns a friend introduced me to your video’s and i’m running around with yarn, making new things!! wahooo so thank you so much for your time you put into this.. Your a blessing to so many… Do you have a video that shows us how to put these squares together???

  11. After all these years of trying to read patterns a friend introduced me to your video’s and i’m running around with yarn, making new things!! wahooo so thank you so much for your time you put into this.. Your a blessing to so many… Do you have a video that shows us how to put these squares together???

  12. i’m kind of confused, cause my great grandma showed me a totally different way. She made 2 or 3 blankets out 130 of these squares. i’m going to need practice.

  13. Thank you so much for this tutorial Teresa, YOu are truly a very good teacher.
    Please could you help me with a pattern for doing a Crochet Square measuring 8 Inches.
    the pattern I am doing just now is: 34 ch, Dc in 3rd ch fm hook and dc across. turn ch1 and then dc across to measure up to 8″. which is taking forever. also I am struggling to keep the square in its shape. what am i doing wrong? especially towards the end when I have to turn do I slip stich or do a Dc ? thanks for your help.

  14. YOU ARE SOOOO COOL TERESA !!!! You have taught me crocheting through several of your vids and yours are BY FAR the most easiest to follow with very clear, slow and in a weird way patient instructions, lol.. Thanks So Much!!

  15. Made my first square yesterday, had to watch it again to remember how to make another one, but I’m getting the hang of it. Love the idea of making a whole blanket just by continuing the rounds…might just do that.

  16. Made my first square yesterday, had to watch it again to remember how to make another one, but I’m getting the hang of it. Love the idea of making a whole blanket just by continuing the rounds…might just do that.

  17. Dear Teresa, Thank you for this very clear instruction! I live in the Netherlands where we use slightly different terms but I was perfectly able to follow your example, thank you!! Tirza

  18. Thank you so much for posting this! A friend taught me how to do this exact granny square and I couldn’t remember how for the life of me! Now I’m making granny squares with ease!

  19. Theresa, did your pattern of hexagon squares. Had a lot of fun. But, how do you join the hexagon squares? Thanks, Nilda

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