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    How to Crochet Squares in Spiral Rounds

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    The crocheted square can be used as coasters or potholders, as ears, wings or other elements when crocheting amigurumi.

    Furthermore the square is the foundation for three-dimensional bodies like cubes and cuboids, which can be used as limbs and components of robots and other mechanical looking amigurumi (or you just want to create angular looking animals and characters).

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    It is also perfect as an application for bags and accessories or as a building block for small and large crocheted blankets by sewing many squares together or simply crocheting a single large square.

    A square can be crocheted in two different variations in spiral rounds, both variations create a square, but with different patterns due to a different arrangement and distribution of the increases.

    The first variation results in an uniform looking square, where the increases always lie on the increases of the previous round. The second variation has offset increases and thus produces a square that shows a vortex pattern.

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    The depicted square has been crocheted with the “Schachenmayr Catania” yarn with a 2.5 mm crochet hook.

    Free Square Crochet Pattern

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