​Experienced crocheters can up their stitching skills by joining traditional granny squares with a join-as-you-go method. Less experienced stitchers can simply seew the squares together. Either way, Sue Solakian’s granny square interpretation in Lion Brand’s 24/7 Cotton is sure to brighten your day!

​Kaleidoscope Picnic pattern

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There’s more than one way to make a square! So, of course we had to do it for these two differently square dishcloths!

Keep it Square Dishcloths pattern

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Cool drinks require coasters! These puff stitch squares by Sue Solakian will look beautiful while protecting your furniture.

Keepin' Cool pattern

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Kathryn White creates a floral masterpiece with her Killarney doily.

Killarney pattern

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Create a wee bit of warmth for yourself or a friend with Michele Maks' Kiltie! The shawl is made with Lion Brand's Wool-Ease yarn and cleverly closed with kilt pins.

Kiltie pattern

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Granny Squares never looked so good! Sue Solakian changes the traditional square just a bit by using a brilliant combination of colors and a slight shift of the standard granny pattern.

K.I.S.S. Afghan pattern

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What to do with your copious amounts of worsted weight scraps? Sue Solakian’s join-as-you-go afghan might be just the thing! We also give you a scarf pattern to try out the join-as-you-go technique before you start on the afghan!

Knot the End pattern

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A simple crocheted tube makes wearing this striking scarf a breeze. Designed by Sue Solakian in three  shades of Red Heart Super Saver

Kwanzaa Scarf pattern