MY "Daisy" Granny Square BAG | FULL Crochet Bag Tutorial

MY “Daisy” Granny Square BAG | FULL Crochet Bag Tutorial

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Hey everyone! I’m so excited to share this tutorial with you. Often, with crochet patterns, you see granny squares and then a rectangle and think, well, how will it come together? In this tutorial, I will show you how to crochet a granny square bag.

I’ve always loved granny squares! You know, the ones you see on the edge of a scarf or something that looks like the one in this video tutorial. It’s a beautiful pattern, and it makes me think of something my grandma would have crocheted for me if she had been into making blankets for babies. I love that about this craft, being able to reflect on memories and bring them with you as you create something new.

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I’m going to show you how to block a granny square. Blocking is not always necessary, but I love how it helps the edges look neater and makes the piece look more finished. When done correctly, it can make your granny squares look like store-bought ones! There are several ways to wet block your granny squares, but I prefer wet blocking. You could do a steam blocking or a spray blocking as well.

I’m going to show you 2 ways to join granny squares. You’ll learn to do it with the whip stitch and the single crochet stitch. Maybe you are looking for another method to join your crochet squares other than slip stitch join. This excellent video tutorial shows you how to join your crochet squares by sewing them together with a yarn needle and yarn in the whip stitch. It may not be as fast as joining the granny squares by slip stitch join, but it’s a beautiful way to do it, especially when you have a lot of stitches on your crocheted granny squares. There are many ways to join granny squares, but one of the most popular is the single crochet join. This method creates a bridge between each square, giving the blanket texture and dimension. It’s also a very simple join compared to others.

After all these steps, we will assemble the bag and make an edge.
You can do the edge any way you see fit before adding 2 handles for the finished Granny Square Bag.

I will go forward very slowly and explain every step and inform You of what materials I have used and links to them.

My Daisy Flower Granny Square:

How To Block Granny Squares:

How To Join Granny Squares:

– Yarn: 100% Cotton, Size 8/4 (Size 2/Fine)
– Crochet Hook: 3mm
– Tapestry needle
– A pair of Scissors
– 2 Bag Handles
– T Pins
– Stainless Steel Pins
– Foam block or Kids play mats
– Tape measure

0:00 Intro
0:40 Part 1: The Materials
1:36 Part 2: The Squares
2:11 Part 3: The Blocking
4:09 Part 4: The Joining
6:48 Part 5: The Assembly
7:25 Part 6: The Edge
9:24 Part 7: The Handles
11:57 Part 8: The Finished Granny Square Bag

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