Saturday, February 26, 2011

Block "O" Square pattern

I designed this pattern about 3.5 years ago and am just now writing it up to make it available to the world!  It is a pattern for afghan squares (though I suppose you could really use it for much more than that ... pillows, patch pockets, table runners, etc.).  As a "corn-fed Ohio girl" -- born and raised in the Buckeye State -- I wanted to use my love of yarn to create something to celebrate the mighty OSU sports teams.  GO BUCKS!

For mine, I used a sport weight yarn and a size G crochet hook to make pieces that are about 6.5" square.  Use whatever yarn and needle size you want to adjust the size of your squares.

The pattern (in Adobe .pdf format) includes both a chart and written directions, and will be emailed directly to you within 24 hours!

Price: $3 USD

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

Stitches used: Chain stitch, single crochet, puff stitch

Pattern Format: Adobe .pdf file


  1. Hey! Long time no read from? Well, no wonder, I see you got a new blog! :)
    Guess what? So do I, here it is:
    You can also click my name to see it too!
    I have only a medium sized bin of yarn left, but for now, that is a good thing. I will be moving this summer.
    Take Care, K.I.T.

  2. Oh, I forgot to mention, the new blog will replace my old one -

    Take Care~


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