crochet:: hawaiian granny square pattern
I am thoroughly enjoying my crafting right now.
I am so thankful that I have hobbies to take my mind off my troubles.
Loving the hooker therapy.
No big secret here ~ my dreamy layers pillow is just a giant hawaiian granny square.
I have searched the interwebs to find a pre-typed version to share to no avail.
So, I must undertake this on behalf of our great-great-great-great-great-grannies.
My pattern for this has always been scribbled on paper, copied out of one of my Granma Amy’s books years ago.
I have no idea to whom the credit should go for this old granny square pattern. But here it is…
hawaiian granny square pattern::
pineapple stitch is (yo, insert hook, and draw up loop 4 times) yo and draw through 9 loops, then ch 2
size “H” hook for worsted weight
ch 8 and join with a sl st to make ring (or magic ring – your choice)
rnd 1 – ch 1 (this counts as 1st loop of 1st pineapple stitch), make 8 pineapple sts in ring with 2 ch between each, sl st in 1st st
rnd 2 – 1 pineapple stitch in ch sp before sl st, *ch 2, 1 pineapple st in next sp, ch 2, (1 dc, ch 2, 1 dc) in next pineapple st to form corner, ch 2, 1 pineapple st in next sp* repeat from * around and sl st into 1st pineapple st
rnd 3 - 1 pineapple stitch in ch sp before sl st, *(ch 2, 1 pineapple st in each sp to the corners), ch 2, (1dc, ch 2, 1dc) into the sp between dc groups, ch2*, sl st in 1st pineapple
repeat rnd 3