How to Square Up Middle of Granny Afghans to Match Corners

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Square Up Your Afghan
Have you ever self designed an afghan where the middle of the afghan is dipping inward and the corners are projecting outwards and the middle sections are sucking inwards. 

There are reasons why this is happening. Let’s review them.

It’s possible you have added too many stitches to a corner or corners in the past rounds. In my case, that’s not the issue as I am a professional crocheter and have followed the rules of thumb for that. 
It’s possible that the stitchwork has additional tension created in the rounds below. In my case, this is the reality. 
It’s possible, you have done both issues. 

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Crochet Solid Square Tutorial – No Gaps No Holes | Girlybunches

Learn to Crochet with Girlybunches – Crochet Solid Square Tutorial – No Gaps No Holes
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is how I made this really useful solid crochet square with no gaps or no holes.
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Hello friends

This week, I am showing you this great little “go to” crochet square. I say little, but honestly this one can go as big a you want it to be. Just keep adding rows, repeating the the 2tr, 1dtr, 2tr into each corner dtr from the previous round. Best part.. there are NO gaps or holes in this one.. so perfect for projects that need to be more firm and solid.

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I use British Terminology.. so here is a link to a video explaining the differences, just in case you didn’t know there were any:

Crochet Magic Loop:

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Crochet Tension:

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Channel: Girlybunches
Published: 2016-04-15 15:19:04
Duration: 9M17S
Views: 69283
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CROCHET: How to crochet a puff flower | Bella Coco

A much requested tutorial on the puff flower which can be used for embellishments, blankets and much more! Written instructions:

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I used, Lemon, Wisteria, Clematis, Fondant and Candy floss.

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Channel: Bella Coco
Published: 2015-01-11 17:21:15
Duration: 13M41S
Views: 3448747
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How To Crochet Granny Squares – Circle Centers

This tutorial will walk you through completing a granny square start to finish. It has a center circle and ends up being a square. Grab a hook and follow along.

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Channel: How to Crochet with The Crochet Crowd
Published: 2010-09-15 22:18:01
Duration: 26M58S
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How to Crochet Mitered Modern Granny

I hope you enjoy this new twist on the Modern Granny.  I’ve crocheted this project starting in one corner and building it similar to corner to corner technique.  You start by building a mitered square, then when you have the preferred width, you continue just working your rows back and forth on one side instead of two.  This crochet blanket becomes completely and easily scale-able to any size you desire.

For this project, I used 5 Caron Chunky Cakes in colorway Trifle.  The finished size is 46″ x 60″.  You can easily continue on in pattern to either make is wider, longer or both.  The Modern Granny block stitch and the #6 weight yarn makes this a fast and easy project.  You can use any yarn if you prefer to stripe your project to match your decor.

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Channel: How to Crochet with The Crochet Crowd
Published: 2018-01-16 11:09:45
Duration: 10M21S
Views: 17950
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Crochet for beginners : Easy traditional granny square

While I was learning to crochet, I found it difficult to find a video which showed enough detail to learn from. I really hope this tutorial will help a few of you with getting to grips with crochet, the granny square is a brilliant starting point as it teaches the basic stitches and you can use it for lots of projects! I’ve shown 3 rounds here, but you can continue going around the square in the same way until you have a big enough square to call it a blanket, or you can make lots of squares and join them.

Thanks for watching, this is my first tutorial so I’d love to know if this has helped you!

Channel: NavyLouise
Published: 2014-03-21 22:26:57
Duration: 19M26S
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