Crochet Spoked Granny Square Pattern

Crochet Spoked Granny Square Pattern

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Spoked Granny Square

Spoked Granny Square

Spoked Granny Square

Have you seen the latest trending granny square? It’s a solid granny square with 12 spokes through the middle of it.

The spoked granny square has texture and raised edges to give a finished look to a square without having to change colour.

Just for kicks, I changed the yarn to slowly transitioning yarns such as Red Heart Boutique Midnight and James C Brett’s Chunky Marble.

While many people love traditional granny squares, this concept allows those who may be bored with the concept to try something new. Once you understand how this pattern works, making more is pretty easy.

To see this pattern in a project, see the Monkeying Around The Blanket. I’ve used that pattern for the basis of this tutorial.

Share with me your thoughts on this square. Do you see yourself using a pattern like this?

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    16 thoughts on “Crochet Spoked Granny Square Pattern”

    1. Judean says:

      I made this afghan! So cute and loved the challenge. Might use the spoked granny for another afghan.

      1. Maryann Collinsworth says:

        Maryann Collinsworth love to crochet and loom knitting

    2. Judean says:

      I made this afghan! So cute and loved the challenge. Thinking about using the spoked granny for another afghan

    3. Ann says:

      No blue button

    4. Kay Weddle says:

      Love the now trending squares, learn something new
      as we go.

    5. Cathy says:

      To make the spoked granny afghan how much yarn do I need. I went to red heart to get the pattern but it is for a baby blanket.

    6. Donna Gatlin says:

      Love this variation of the granny square. My next WIP will be trying this for a baby afghan.

    7. AnaMaria M says:

      I just finished making 60 spoked granny squares and they look great. You referenced the ‘monkey around the blanket pattern’ and I looked at it to try to see how to connect my squares. Would you be able to recommend a different way to connect the squares?

    8. Elizabeth Mudge says:

      Forgot to say, I just finished the Spoked Granny Square. It was so much fun to make.
      I’m using the one I made with some cotton yarn for a dishcloth.
      Now I have yet another pattern for a beautiful granny square afghan or throw.
      Thanks so much.
      Elizabeth

    9. Elizabeth Mudge says:

      Hi,
      Thanks so much for having the Crochet Crowd. I love it and the many patterns that you have to crochet.
      And, thank-you for showing the photo of my giraffe, Miss Pinky, on your site.
      How very nice of you.
      Always looking forward to each and every video and the Crochet Crowd emails.
      Best of luck in all that you do.
      Elizabeth Mudge

    10. I have entered many of the competitions you have and I love your crochet patterns.
      My granddaughter has asked me to copy a crocheted pillow that her great grandma made for her, i think it looks like a doily that was sewn (crocheted) onto a pillow, it was not made a a cover but actually sewn onto the pillow so that it cannot be removed, she sent me 3 pics but it is hard for me to copy it, i thought if i could find a name of the style of crochet stitch used, i might find a written pattern, i have 3 pictures of it, is it possible i could send you the pics and you might tell me the name of the stitch used on the flower part?
      It looks VERY similar to the spoked granny square but not exactly like it either.
      thanks in advance
      where can i upload the picture to? i have a facebook,.

    11. Bobbie Asche says:

      Hey Mikey your subtitle says CROCHED instead of CROCHET.. LOL

        1. I have entered many of the competitions you have and I love your crochet patterns.
          My granddaughter has asked me to copy a crocheted pillow that her great grandma made for her, i think it looks like a doily that was sewn (crocheted) onto a pillow, it was not made a a cover but actually sewn onto the pillow so that it cannot be removed, she sent me 3 pics but it is hard for me to copy it, i thought if i could find a name of the style of crochet stitch used, i might find a written pattern, i have 3 pictures of it, is it possible i could send you the pics and you might tell me the name of the stitch used on the flower part?
          It looks VERY similar to the spoked granny square but not exactly like it either.
          thanks in advance
          where can i upload the picture to? i have a facebook,.

    12. Kathleen LaBounty says:

      As a matter of fact I’m doing a Huge Pile of grannys, all the same. This could work to stretch out my supply of limited colors and become one of the background colors on other projects. IF the # of stitches works out! lol Thanks for the suggestion!

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