Not a lot of crochet square patterns on the site yet - but more to come, I promise.
The difficult thing about designing a square is to keep the shape... square! But I enjoy the challenge, and now I'm glad to share these patterns with you.
My latest square uses one of my favorite stitches - the Solomon's Knot!
You can create a pretty decent square by just crocheting rows of Solomon's Knots - but I wanted to just shape the corners a bit to get things a bit more square-ish!
And this is the result:
This square starts with the five rounds of the Cosmic Coaster. On the Cosmic Square page, I show you how to add rounds for a plain or lacy edging, take your pick!
This flower square has a plain edge for joining to other squares (if you wish) - or a frill edge for something very pretty:
Find out how to join your plain-edged squares together:
I also had a bit of fun - check out the instructions on how to add a loopy edging to your square!
I like this pattern worked in one color, although I'm sure you could use multiple colors to really jazz things up: