Daisy Granny Square – Square 6 of the Casual Granny CAL

daisy granny calDaisy Granny Square – Square 6 of the Casual Granny CAL

The Daisy Granny Square is square number six of the Casual Granny CAL. This square was requested many times, so i’m happy to oblige with a pretty pink version. Of course, you can make your Daisy Granny Square in any colour you prefer.

Step by step images accompany the pattern in UK terms below. There are US instructions written at the end. You will also find a universal chart towards the end of the post.

daisy granny square

Newbies to the Casual Granny CAL

It’s not too late to join the CAL!  You can head here to you can catch up on the posts you missed. They have all the details about the CAL and some suggestions for colours.  Also, you don’t have to make all the squares. Pick and choose one or two squares to play with and apply to any project you like. Don’t forget to tag #casualgrannyCAL if you share your squares on social media.

If you are making the blanket, you should have 48 squares made at the end of this month. Eight of each of the first 6 squares. Daisy Granny Squares

The Daisy Granny Square – Square 6 (make 8)

Paintbox Yarn Cotton DK, 100% Cotton, 50g ball/125m per ball: Paper White (401), Daffodil Yellow (422) and Blush Pink (454) (0r your own choice of yarn with compatible hook)

3.5mm crochet hook (you might prefer to use a size 4mm)

Yarn Needle

Scissors

Finished Size

Approximately 12 x 12cm (5 x 5 inches)

Abbreviations (US)

St(s) = stitch(es)

Sp(s) = space(s)

ch = chain

ch sp = chain space

slst = slip stitch

tr = treble (dc)

dtr = double treble (tr)

rep = repeat

beg = beginning

Special Stitches –

tr2tog – treble three together (dc2tog)

*yarn over hook, insert into st or space, yarn over and pull up loop, yarn over pull through two loops, rep from *  once more, yarn over and pull through all three loops.

tr3tog – treble three together (dc3tog)

*yarn over hook, insert into st or space, yarn over and pull up loop, yarn over pull through two loops, rep from * 2 more times, yarn over pull through all four loops.

tr5tog – treble five together (dc3tog)

*yarn over hook, insert into st or space, yarn over and pull up loop, yarn over pull through two loops, rep from * 4 more times, yarn over pull through remaining loops.

daisy granny square

Rnd 1: {start with Yarn A} 

start a magic ring, ch 2, tr2tog (counts as first tr3tog) ch1, *tr3tog, ch 1, rep from * 6 more times into ring, slst into top of initial tr3tog, fasten off.  [8x tr3tog]

 

daisy granny square

Rnd 2: {Attach Yarn B with a slst into any ch space} 

ch2, tr4tog (counts as first tr5tog), ch 4, *tr5tog, ch4 in the next sp, rep from * 6 more times, slst into top of initial tr5tog, fasten off. [8x tr5tog]

 

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Rnd 3: {Attach Yarn C with a slst into any ch-space} 6 dc in each ch space around, slst into initial dc [48dc]

 

daisy granny square

Rnd 4:

ch 4 (counts as first dtr) dtr in the next st, tr in the next, htr in the next 6 st, tr in the next st, dtr in the next 2 st, ch2, *dtr in the next 2 st, tr in the next st, htr in the next 6 st, tr in the next st, dtr in the next 2 st, ch2, rep from * 2 more times, slst into top of initial ch 4.

 

daisy granny square

Rnd 5:

ch 3 (counts as first tr), tr in the next 11 st, (2tr, ch2, 2tr) at corner, *tr in the next 12 st, (2tr, ch2, 2tr) at corner, rep from * 2 more times, slst into top of initial ch 3.

 

daisy granny square

Rnd 6:

ch 3 (counts as first tr), tr in the next 4 st, tr2tog, tr in the next 7 st, (2 tr, ch3, 2 tr) at corner, * tr in the next 7 st, tr2tog, tr in the next 7 st (2 tr, ch3, 2 tr) at corner, rep from * 2 more times, tr in the next 2 st,  slst, into top of initial ch3, fasten off.

Chart

daisy granny square

Daisy Squares in US Terms

Rnd 1: {start with Yarn A} start a magic ring with ch 3, dc2tog (counts as first dc3tog), ch1, *dc3tog, ch 1, rep from * 6 more times into ring, slst into top of initial dc3tog, fasten off.  [8x dc3tog]

Rnd 2: {Attach Yarn B with a slst into any ch space} ch4, dc4tog (counts as first dc5tog), ch 4,  *dc5tog, ch4 in the next sp rep from * 6 more times, slst into top of initial dc5tog, fasten off. [8x dc5tog]

Rnd 3: {Attach Yarn C with a slst into any ch-space} 6 sc in each ch space around, slst into initial sc [48sc]

Rnd 4: ch 4 (counts as first tr), tr in the next st, dc in the next, hdc in the next 6 st, dc in the next st, tr in the next 2 st, ch2, *tr in the next 2 st, dc in the next st, hdc in the next 6 st, dc in the next st, tr in the next 2 st, ch2, rep from * 2 more times, slst into top of initial ch 4.

Rnd 5:  ch 3 (counts as first dc), dc in the next 11 st, (2dc, ch2, 2dc) at corner, *dc in the next 12 st, (2dc, ch2, 2dc) at corner, rep from * 2 more times, slst into top of initial ch 3.

Rnd 6: ch 3 (counts as first dc), dc in the next 4 st, dc2tog, dc in the next 7 st, (2dc, ch3, 2dc) at corner, * dc in the next 7 st, dc2tog, dc in the next 7 st (2dc, ch3, 2dc) at corner, rep from * 2 more times, dc in the next 2 st,  slst, into top of initial ch3, fasten off.

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23 Comments

  1. July 1, 2018 / 5:52 pm

    This is a beauty! I LOVE it! So fresh an summer-like!
    Thank you for the pattern!

    • redagapeblog
      July 2, 2018 / 10:29 am

      Thanks Sandra. i’d love to make an entire blanket with this square! 🙂

      • July 3, 2018 / 12:25 am

        That would be gorgeous! I just made one of the daisy squares with a fresh turquoise around the flower. It looks lovely! I’ll put it up on my blog sometime soon, maybe with my two other favourites and I’ll link back to you, of course!

  2. Paula
    July 1, 2018 / 10:48 pm

    Your patern is beautiful, thank you for sharing! Grettings from Argentina

    • redagapeblog
      July 2, 2018 / 10:28 am

      I’m glad you like it Paula! 🙂

  3. Reba
    July 2, 2018 / 2:11 pm

    This pattern and your work is amazing

    • redagapeblog
      August 1, 2018 / 12:09 pm

      Thank you. Happy Making.
      MAndy xx

  4. Myra
    July 4, 2018 / 11:35 pm

    Do you have a tutorial on this one in you tube?

    • redagapeblog
      August 1, 2018 / 12:09 pm

      No sorry i don’t. I might do some tutorials for squares in the future.

      mandy xx

      • Darsi
        August 6, 2018 / 8:55 am

        Please do!

  5. Tourlounne
    July 7, 2018 / 12:53 am

    allo.. super j’adore.. merci.. tourlou du Québec

  6. Lala Rhodesly
    July 7, 2018 / 6:17 pm

    Thank you for Sharing the pattern, it’s so prety

    • redagapeblog
      August 1, 2018 / 12:08 pm

      You’re welcome! Enjoy xx

  7. Alice
    July 13, 2018 / 6:36 pm

    I love this cute granny square but I’m just wondering why there’s a decrease in the middle of each side in the final row? Is it so that the finished squares have the same number of stitches as the other squares in your series?

    • redagapeblog
      August 1, 2018 / 12:03 pm

      Hi Alice, yes i want to same number of stitches on each side so that the squares will all join together smoothly. If you’re not making the blanket and would prefer to leave the decrease out, go for it! 🙂

  8. July 24, 2018 / 5:33 am

    I love this square, I’m off to grab some yarn from stash and make a blanket of just this one! 💕

    • redagapeblog
      August 1, 2018 / 12:02 pm

      Hi! It’s my fave of all the squares so far! I’d love to see a blanket in all of these squares. It’s going to be so pretty!!

  9. ImSammiNoble
    July 24, 2018 / 9:02 pm

    Love this square, thank you x

    • redagapeblog
      August 1, 2018 / 12:00 pm

      Thanks! I love this one too. I could have made an entire blanket with this square. 🙂

  10. Lisa
    July 25, 2018 / 2:37 am

    Thank you so much, I just finished work today for the summer holidays and can’t wait to start this pattern x x I love your posts so much 💖

    • redagapeblog
      August 1, 2018 / 11:59 am

      You’re very welcome! Have a happy holiday. 🙂

  11. August 2, 2018 / 9:35 am

    I am trying to print this and keep getting extra stuff like all the twitter, instagram, facebook stuff from the sides right in the middle of each page. Makes it kind of difficult to read the pattern. Any suggestions.

    • redagapeblog
      August 2, 2018 / 6:13 pm

      hi Dian, sometimes there’s a covert to reader icon you can hit in your browser. It’s usually at the top where the website address is – it’s a small group of lines before the web address. If you click it, it will convert the page to reader view and eliminate all the extra bits. 🙂 Hope this helps. xx

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