Crochet Basic Action Square Pattern

Crochet Action Packed Square Basic
Crochet Action Packed Square Basic
Crochet Action Packed Square Basic

Crochet Basic Action Square

There are three types of the circle in the squares for the Action Packed Afghan Design. This is the basic design of a just a regular circle that is surrounded by rounds that convert it to a square. It’s then encased in a frame.

By clicking the GET PATTERN button, you can access my own pattern for the basic square. 7 of the 9 squares in my design are the basic design but changed colour in strategic spots for colour play.

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Free Pattern: Crochet Action Square

The squares are 18″ x 18″. They are large and a baby size blanket would be only 9 squares in a 3 x 3 square configuration. For me, they take about 2 hours to crochet from start to finish for each square.

Using Caron One Pound Yarn, you can create these bold basic squares and fill them in with your own improvised patterns to customize.

Eight of the nine square designs use this pattern. The difference is where the colours are changed to form the action squares. The square itself, with the motifs, takes me about 2 hours from start to finish.

Motifs in the middle consist of other patterns found around the internet. Such as the bat and stars from Yarnspirations. The web square is a surface overlay. The S Square, Lightening, Hammer, Belt Buckle and Letters are my own creations. Due to copyright, I am not releasing some of these additional motifs out of respect of trademark branding. You cannot call any of these squares by the superhero representation, nor can the patterns be sold. They are mere artistic impressions.

Pattern Revised: July 7, 2017


Action Packed Squares
Action Packed Squares

These squares are being used on a Crochet Cruise to benefit children of Project Linus. Crocheters attending the Fall 2017 Cruises are encouraged to use their own creativity with filling in the centers with images that children would love to see.


The basic square is the round section before transitioning to the square shape. The colours have been changed but the pattern stitches remain the same.

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  1. Nancy I Sanchez

    no blue button

  2. Sue McVicker

    No Blue Button

  3. Jennifer Ghent-Fuller

    Is there any way to donate a pattern for a square?

  4. Patty

    I made a captain America block but made it bigger than the pattern shows. There are 216 stitches around. I found where the corners should be. But when I try to do the corners It comes out looking like a half circle instead of a square. Help!

  5. Debbie Johnson

    Help!!! Mikey… you had posted the tutorial for the peppermint throw but it also had tutorials for the about how you make the motifs before putting everything together( about 6 and you could click on the number of motifs you was working on… long story short…. I can’t find the tutorial I thought I had saved it but it’s gone now I’m lost pls help
    Debbie Johnson

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