How to Crochet a Sunburst Granny Square, a Beginner Friendly video tutorial in US Crochet Terms.
With this easy and detailed video tutorial, You will learn exactly how to crochet these fun and beautiful sunburst granny squares, that you can put together into a beautiful retro style blanket, a bag, a sweater or something completely different.
There are countless options for beautiful projects that you can make with these beautiful sunburst granny squares.
The sunburst granny square is fairly easy to make, and the project is suitable for beginners with this slow and detailed video tutorial.
The pattern is crocheted in double crochet stitches, puffstitches, Cluster stitches, and treble crochet stitches, chains, and slip stitches.
I will show all of these types of stitches slowly and in detail in this video so everyone can join. Come along and get inspired for your next creative project 🙂
- A small amount 20g-30g of yarn in four different colors. I am using Drops Merino Extra Fine for this project.
- 4.5 mm. Crochet Hook
- Darning Needle
- CH – Chain
- ST Stitch
- SL ST – Slip Stitch
- DC – Double Crochet
- PS – Puff Stitch ( Yarn over, Insert and pull through 3 times. Yarn over and pull through 6 loops. Yarn over and pull through the last 2 loops)
- CL ST – Cluster Stitch (DC 3 together into the same CH-space)
- TC – Treble Crochet
Make a Slipknot and CH 4. SL ST into the first CH to create a small Circle.
Round 1. CH 3 (The CH 3 will count as a DC) Make 15 more DC into the circle. (16 DC) SL ST into first ST. Fasten off the yarn.
Round 2. Attach a new color of yarn to any of the ST in the round. CH 2. Make a PS into the same ST. CH 1. *PS into the next ST. CH 1*. Repeat from *-* into every ST of the round , untill you have 16 PS in total. SL ST into the first ST. Fasten off the yarn.
Round 3. Attach a new color of yarn to any of the CH-spaces in the round. CH 2. (CH 2 will count as a DC) crochet 2 DC together. CH 2. *CL ST into the next ST. CH 2* Repeat from *-* all the way around. Untill you have 16 CL ST in total. SL ST into the first ST. Fasten off the yarn.
Round 4. Attach a new color of yarn to any of the CH-spaces in the round. CH 4. (CH 4 will count as a TC). Make 2 TC into the same CH-space. CH 1. *Make 3 DC and CH 1 into the next 3 CH-spaces. Make 3 TC. CH 2. 3 TC into the next CH-space*. Repeat from *-* 2 more times. Make 3 DC and CH 1 into the next 3 CH-spaces. Make 3 TC. and CH 2 into the next CH-space. SL ST into the top of the CH 4. Fasten off the yarn.