Stash Bustin’ – Dream Catcher Square

Kaleido-Dreams Free Crochet Square Pattern

This beautiful netted square works up quickly and is super easy! Measuring 4.5 inches and taking me about 10 minutes per square to make, its now my favorite square to work up. What will you make with this beautiful stash bustin’ crochet square? What should I make?
Also check out the other crochet squares in the Stash Bustin’ series!
Sunflower In A Square Free Crochet Pattern     Stash Busting Daliah In A Square     Stash-Bustin-Flower-In-A-Square.gif2_

Stash Bustin' Kaleido

Crochet Supplies

I used 4.25 MM hook
Medium Weight Yarn (I used Redheart Super Saver)
Yarn Needle for weaving in ends

Crochet Abbreviations

CH – Chain
SC- Single crochet
HDC – Half double crochet
DC- Double Crochet

Get Started!

Round 1: Magic Circle. CH 2, 12 DC into magic circle. Pull ring tight, Join to first DC. (12 DC)
Round 2: CH 1, SC into first stitch, CH 2, **SC into next stitch, CH 2. Repeat from ** around, Join to first SC (12 SC)
Round 3: Slip stitch into next CH space. CH 1, SC, CH 3, **SC into next CH space, CH 3. Repeat from ** around. Join to first SC. (12 SC)
Round 4: Slip stitch into next CH space. CH 1, SC, CH 3, **SC into next CH space, CH 3. Repeat from ** around. Join to first SC. (12 SC)
Round 5: Slip stitch into next CH space. CH 1, SC, CH 4, **SC into next CH space, CH 4. Repeat from ** around. Join to first SC. (12 SC)
Round 6: Slip stitch into CH space. CH 1, **6 HDC in same CH space. 6 HDC into next CH space. {{3 DC, CH 2, 3 DC}} all in next CH space. Repeat from ** around Join to first HDC.

Finish off and weave in your ends


Comments

  1. val says

    Thank you for the inspiration! I get your emails, immediately get distracted, pick up a hook and yarn and make the square! Thank you again for the inspiration and pleasant distraction.

    • CorinaCorina says

      <3 Thank you so much for the awesome and kind words! Comments like this make me motivated to start my next project!

  2. Amanda says

    I love getting your emails. I almost always drop what I’m doing to go give your next pattern a try. So much fun.
    I’m going to attempt many of these squares so I can make my daughter a new blanky She loves holey ones to poke her fingers through it, quite funny to see!

  3. Patricia Harrison says

    I really wish that you had a tutorial video for those of us out there that really don’t understand how to read a pattern, I am more of a visual learner, but I love this square and can’t for the life of me get past the initial middle part of the square, LOL
    arggggggggggggg!!!

  4. Deanna says

    I love this square! I made a few modifications to it because I needed it 6×6 to send for charities. I of course will give you credit for the pattern and link people back here! I followed rounds 1-5 then for round 6 I did “sl st into the ch space, ch 1, sc, ch 5″ and followed the way you did the rest of the rounds. Then for my round 6 I did “dc, hdc, sc, hdc, dc into the ch space” and did the corners like you did then my round 7 was around with 3dc, ch2, 3dc for the corners then a single crochet border around with the corners being 2sc, ch2, 2sc. Thank you so much for offering this for free! It is fast, easy, and looks pretty so it is perfect for the charities I like donating to :D

  5. Katie Verkamp says

    do you have any idea how much yarn this uses? I would lOVE to use this pattern. it is adorable, but am wanting to use ti to make an afghan for my daughter. Thanks so much!

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