Thursday, November 27, 2008

My Polygon Grannies Patterns

Alright, after experimenting with various polygonal grannies, I came up with a few patterns of my own!

Notes for Granny Patterns:
1. Always substitute first dc of row with ch3.
2. Always slst to next loop after joining the previous row.
(This is my personal preference, just so that the right side looks uniform. You may turn if you wish.)



Circle Granny in Hexagon
Magic circle or ch 5, join.
R1. (3dc, ch2) 6x in circle, join.
R2. [(3dc, ch3) in next loop] 6x, join.



Hexagon
R3. [(3dc, ch2, 3dc) in next loop, ch2] 6x, join.


Just as a comparison, this is the same pattern as above, only done in one colour.

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Circle Granny in Square
Magic circle or ch 6, join.
R1. (2dc, ch1) 8x in circle, join.
R2. [(3dc, ch2) in next loop] 8x, join.
R3. Repeat R2.



Square variation 1
R4. [(3dc ch3 3dc) in corners, ch 2, 3dc in next loop, ch 2] 4x, join.



Square variation 2
R4. [(3dc, ch2, 3dc) in corners, hdc, hdc, hdc, 3sc in next loop, hdc, hdc, hdc] 4x, join.

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Octagon Granny
Magic circle or ch7, join.
R1. (2dc, ch1) 8x, join
R2. [(2dc, 1 ch, 2dc) in next ch1-sp] 8x, join.
R3. [(2dc, 1 ch, 2dc) in ch1-sp, 2dc in 0-ch sp] 8x, join.

Ta dah! That's it!
Please respect copyright and just don't claim my patterns as yours.
Thank you!

3 comments:

Jewel said...

I love the octagon granny. It's lovely :)

Melisa Sriwulandari said...

Thank you Jewel!

knitting dragonfly said...

Oh, Thank you!! Funny just this am, I was thinking about granny square!
Vicki

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