Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Crochet Granny Square w/ Ruffles!





























How stinkin' cute is this! Honestly? I love making granny squares for many reasons. One, they work up super fast (as fast as you go). Two, you can play with the colors easily and hide tails away as you work. And three,  they just look so pretty when they are done, as if you spend tons and tons of hours on them. One this I completely dislike about them is the ends, they just look so plain. I started by adding the shell stitch to my ends of the granny squares and those ended up being my favorite, but I started to hate the look and wanted more. So, I saw a picture on Pinterest of these ruffles and wanted to figure out how to make them (since it was a paid pattern) I just started working on it until it looked some what like I saw and this is what I came up with. The picture above does have a basic crochet head, two ears, and a basic bow (to make Minnie Mouse- no pattern for this, just make the basic's and you're good) the ears, however, I increased 2 rows and stopped because they looked big enough. I have used this exact ruffles on a baby dress 6 or 7 months ago that I made for my best friend; so cute!

Materials:

Yarn (any colors)
Crochet Hook H (5.5mm)
Yarn Needle
Scissors





















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