Half Square Triangle Solid Granny Square Pattern

Half Square Triangle Solid Granny Square Pattern

Updated 8/13/22

Half Square Triangle Solid Granny Square Pattern
Half Square Triangle Solid Granny Square Pattern

"Crochet lovers, have I got a new pattern for you called the Half Square Triangle Solid Granny Square. It's perfect for experienced crocheters who want to add some unique color patterns to their projects. This is a fun and easy pattern that can be used to make a variety of things. You will need basic knowledge of basic crochet stitches, including single crochet, chain stitch, and double crochet. What is Unique About this Half-Square Triangle Block? First, I did not use the magic ring, nor does it start out with a chain 4 and a slip stitch into the first stitch to form a ring. Rather, it starts out with a chain 3 and the first stitch is worked into the third stitch from the hook. Additionally, the yarn is not carried through the work, and I don’t have to cut the yarn with each color change. That means much less yarn ends to weave in. This half granny triangle has different colors on the opposite corner of the square with a clean look that is easy to achieve. "

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gaugedepends on the yarn and crochet hook used

Finished Sizedepends on project made

Materials List

  • any yarn weight will work
  • crochet hook for the yarn used
  • tapestry needle
  • scissors

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