Learn how to make a textured sunburst granny square crochet pattern by following the written instructions and step-by-step video below. This type of crochet granny square is perfect for afghans, jackets, sweaters and more! A crochet sunburst granny square pattern differs from a traditional granny square in that the center of it is a circle instead of a square. To learn how to crochet a sunburst granny square, watch the step-by-step video tutorial below and scroll down for the written instructions.
How to Crochet a Granny Square: 3 Steps (with Pictures)
Show less Here is how "Granny" made a quick and simple crocheted blanket. It is something most beginners can learn quickly, as the technique is the same for each row. Using Granny squares, you can crochet a blanket without having to carry the blanket-in-progress with you. You make the squares individually, then stitch them together. Not necessarily! While it is important that you feel comfortable with your crochet hook, there is something else that matters more.
You gotta love the granny! Even if you don't crochet, you can probably pick out a classic granny square afghan from a lineup. Two factors account for the granny square's icon status: simplicity and versatility.
In fact, granny squares are some of the quickest and easiest things to crochet, and the best part? Make them up as you have ten or fifteen minutes. This is just one of the reasons I have an emergency crochet kit in my car. Once you get several whipped up, you can sew them together to make a pillow or a bag, or a blanket, or a pair of super chic shorts. Oh yeah, I went there.