Mitered Granny Square Diagram

To help understand how to do the Mitered Granny Square, here is a diagram.  The diagram only shows the first part of mitering to get you started, it should be easy to extend it to additional rows as needed.  The border is included.

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17 thoughts on “Mitered Granny Square Diagram

    • Very nice! It is nice to see what people have done, I get to see what nice colors people choose and also that my directions were clear : )

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  1. Diagrams are so helpful. Clear photos are too, but diagrams are still clearer. I will have to make the effort in the future to include a diagram right from the start (I wish they were easier to make :)

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  2. muy buena tu explicación y mejor aún con el diagrama,muchas gracias por compartir tan precioso arte,saludos desde la provincia del Chaco,Argentina

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    • You saw correctly, I don’t ch1 between the 3dc’s. It works out for me just fine. If the ch1 is how you prefer to do, feel free to do it that way : )

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  3. Hi, is there a YouTube video tutorial for this please? I really like this pattern and would like to try to make it but I am a real beginner and find it difficult to read a pattern. I taught myself how to crochet a few weeks ago using YouTube and I find that a great way to learn. Thank you :)

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    • I don’t have plans for making any videos. What might help is to find a video on a basic granny square, the miter is just a variation of that.

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  4. Hi I am about to learn how to crochet from a diagram. I’ll be back in 2 months to let you know how I go (currently have arm in a sling for another 5 weeks after shoulder surgery) so I am pattern hunting

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  5. Who created this website? This is brilliant. I used it for a science fair project, because I found myself making a blanket consisting of two colors. However, I need to cite it. Can someone help me?

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