**You can now purchase all 10 Woodland themed patterns all in one file on my Ravelry.
These printable files are in PDF format, ad-free, and easy to read/follow along. ** Links to the Woodland themed appliques: Moose Granny Square Pattern **Video Tutorial now included!
It's just not Winter when the temperatures barely dip below freezing during the day - bring on the cold!
To convince the colder weather to come, I'm creating a Woodland Afghan comprised of granny squares, scattered with cute little woodland animals. Woodland themed anything just gives me heart eyes, so I'm super excited about this afghan.
But this method can equally be applied to large squares.
The first stage is to complete one side of the round first.
Except it has been pretty mild here in Central Pennsylvania.
I'm looking forward to snow and frigid cold days (I know, I can't believe I'm saying this either).
I did 4 rows of Aran (cream color), 1 row of Forest Green, and 1 row of Chocolate Brown. I have a knack for not finishing large project, so I'm patting myself on the back for this one.
Remember you are basically working exactly the same granny square pattern as usual, so the formation of the treble clusters (sides and corners) will be the same, as described here.
When that corner is complete, in a normal square you would now be making a chain-1 space, right?
Because all you are doing is replacing chain-spaces with what I call Joining Slipstitches, the rest is exactly the same.
So if you'd like to learn how to do it (and it's eeeaaaasy! I'm showing you my current project, which as I say is made up of small three-round squares.