Sunburst Granny Square Pattern (FREE Tutorial)

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Have you heard about the Granny Square crochet pattern? It is a traditional pattern featured mostly in blankets and it first appeared in in the early 1800s. You can actually say that the Granny square pattern was actually the beginning of patch-working as people used to sew these small crochet squares together to make a blanket. So if you want to learn more about this pattern, check the photos below, see some cool finished products that have this pattern and learn how to make it yourself. You can make all sorts of things, from pillow cases, to blankets and even autumn/winter dresses…Love this idea!

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10 Responses to “Sunburst Granny Square Pattern (FREE Tutorial)”

  1. Sarah says:

    Hi! I love this pattern. I was wondering what size bed this is in the picture. Twin? Queen? I’m just trying to estimate how many squares I will need to make. Thanks!

  2. marilu says:

    Sorry i am italian and my English is npt very good !i love so much your work !! I would like have one single square the spiegazione .can you help me? Bye bye from Marilu

  3. Inés says:

    Me gustaría saber si uno encuentra algún tutorial paso abuscar paso

  4. Ann says:

    I have my squares done, can’t figure out how to put them together. Can you help please?

  5. Cláudia says:

    Amei. Linda manta. Depois vou tentar fazer. Ainda estou aprendendo crochê.

  6. Johanns says:

    And the round four???

  7. Susan spring says:

    I like to get a free pattern for this

  8. Kaz says:

    I have tried to down load this pattern but I refuse to have a home page I do not know so I cannot get the pattern pitty it is a really beautiful pattern

  9. linda jenkins says:

    I have tried and tried to download the Starburst Granny Square free pattern, but, cannot get it to work….Is there any other way that I may obtain the pattern?

  10. Debra Dunn says:

    Where is the pattern?

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