Need some ideas for projects to make using crocheted granny squares?
You probably didn't need me to suggest the most obvious thing to do with granny squares: Make them into granny afghans!
If you already have a stack of granny squares crocheted and ready to go, you might be wondering what to do next to transform them into an afghan. Here are a couple of ideas:
This granny square pillow features an eye-catching aster motif as the focal point. This pattern was designed by Lori Jean Karluk.
This lovely baby bonnet is an easy crochet project made from, you guessed it -- granny squares! Isn't this a cute idea?
This is an original crochet pattern by Erica Jackofsky. Want to see more of Erica's designs? Click here for more of Erica's free crochet patterns.
Feelin' groovy? Here's a fun retro-style pattern for a beanie constructed out of granny squares -- designed by Erica Jackofsky.
Fingerless Gloves Made From Granny Squares
Sandi Marshall designed several different but similar pairs of fingerless gloves / wrist warmers which are all based on the granny square:
Headbands Made Using Granny Squares
Sandi Marshall also designed a series of headbands featuring granny square motifs.