The granny stitch. It’s one of the very first stitches that a lot of crocheters learn when they begin. Often, it is learned as a way to make squares to sew into blankets. But the granny stitch is much more versatile than that! In this round up I am sharing nine unique granny stitch crochet patterns with you.
Check them out and see which one you will make first!
First up is my own Heartbeat Scarf. I really adore this crochet pattern! It’s perfect for all your sweethearts, since you can alter the color scheme to suit the wearer. Make this cute granny stitch scarf as a Valentine’s gift or make it any time at all!
Next up are these super cute mitts from Lullaby Lodge. Aren’t these adorable?! I love the design choice to alternate a variegate yarn with a solid neutral. It looks to me like this will be simple matter of attaching two granny squares and adding some ribbing for the cuff, top edging, and thumb.
This beauty is the Painted Desert Scarf from Nana’s Crafty Home. It starts at the bottom point and works up in granny stitch. It uses one skein of Lion Brand Wool-Ease.
This is the Crochet Granny Square Tape Yarn Bag from Fluffy Stitches! This looks to be a pretty simple set of large granny squares seamed on three sides with a strap added to it. I like their simplicity, but the size and style is just right. The strap looks to be a good length for wearing as a messenger bag, across your body.
This Granny Square Beanie from Lullaby Lodge would be a nice match to the mitts I shared above from the same designer. I also have a couple of hat designs made from motifs, so I really love this concept!
Next up is the Granny Stitch Crochet Shawl pattern from CrochetnCrafts. Granny stitch is really fun worked in stripes. It makes me think of rik-rak, which reminds me of the dresses my mom made for me as a little kid. I love the bright color palette in this one!
This granny shawl from Atelier Marie-Lucienne looks to me like it begins at the top edge and works down with an angle in the middle. I love the flowers at the points!
Next we have the Endless Eyelets Cardi from Mama in a Stitch. This long casual cardigan looks so cozy and comfortable to me! I love the extra long sleeves that will keep my hands warm too!
Last, but not least is this fun, flirty dress from Jenny and Teddy! I think this would be perfect for wearing over a swimsuit on a summer day. I love the granny stitch alternated with the more open lace stitch!
And there you have it! Nine unique and beautiful granny stitch crochet patterns to enjoy! Which is your favorite?