Convergence Crochet Square Tutorial

Layers of texture converge in the center of this lovely square. This crochet square tutorial will take you, step by step, through the shifting stitch patterns and unique construction of the Convergence 12-inch square. Follow along with the free written pattern!

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Convergence crochet blanket square pattern

This video tutorial is designed to be used along with the written pattern. You will find stitch counts for each round, as well as notes and other pattern details in the written version.

Featured in this video – Red Heart With Love yarn

Yarnspirations provided the Red Heart With Love yarn for this design. I’ve participated in this CAL for several years, and never use up all the yarn they send. So this year, rather than ask for more, I used some of the leftovers!

A note about hook size

You may notice that I’m using a different-sized hook than the one listed in the written pattern. I’ve found over the years that I tend to crochet more loosely than most people. So I always recommend a larger hook size in my patterns than the one I’ve actually used. If the size or yarn amount needed is important to you, be sure to check your gauge!

Convergence crochet square video tutorial

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