If you are looking for inspiration to make your next baby blanket, you are in the right place. Crocheters love squares, because they are so versatile – you can use them in whatever way you want. Whether it’s a baby shower in your calendar or your mother-in-law’s birthday, you may consider using crochet squares to make a beautiful gift. These little rectangular pieces can be joined together to create a placemat, table runner, bag or blanket, but work on their own just fine, too! Make a bunch and call them a set of coasters. Experiment with colors, as you may want to wander from sweet candy hues and go for something more subdued and elegant. Take a look at examples below and search for links to free patterns under the pictures.

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Rainbow Gumdrop Square

This adorable square uses popcorn stitch to create texture. It works great with simple stitches and gives a lot of room for experiments with colors!

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  • DESIGNED by: Caitie Moore
  • PROJECT TYPE: square
  • CRAFT: crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL: upper beginner

Rainbow Gumdrop Square

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Rainbow Gumdrop Square

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The Perfect Granny Square

This tutorial is great for beginners, as granny square is one of the most popular motifs in crochet. Master your skills by making a set of these lovely colored squares.

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  • DESIGNED by: Lullaby Lodge
  • PROJECT TYPE: square
  • CRAFT: crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL: beginner

The Perfect Granny Square

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The Perfect Granny Square

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