Beautiful Stained Glass Afghan Square

Posted by on May 11, 2012 in Crochet | 11 comments

I have been so overwhelmed with half finished projects lately, that I decided my next afghan square needed to come from a pattern. I just don’t have the time to come up with my own right now. So, when I saw the “Stained Glass Afghan Square” pattern on Ravelry, I knew I just couldn’t resist. I LOVE it!!!

The hard part was picking out colors for the recipient. She requested green and/or gray but because I’m on a yarn diet, and trying sooo hard to use up my stash, my choices in these 2 colors were limited. I ended up using Red Heart Eco-Ways in “Fern” and “Lichen” for the greens. Then I picked a dark gray for the trim/outline color because I didn’t like the light gray with the greens I had on hand. The gray is Vanna’s Choice in “Charcoal Gray.”

It wasn’t finished yet, but it looks great just like this. (it was raining, so the pic is a little dark)

Almost done!

Stained Glass Afghan SquareFINISHED!!!

First let me say, Julie makes this pattern so easy to follow! She did a great job at making something so beautiful, easy to DIY. And, I personally think, you could really end this in a number of places for a beautiful piece. I love how mine came out, and I’ll definitely be trying it again with some other color combos. Please take some time to visit JulieAnny on Ravelry and check out her other patterns. (you can either click her name above, or click on her photo below)

Stained Glass Afghan Square

Happy Crocheting!


  1. Beautiful!

  2. Gorgeous! I love the color choices! I just finished 2 of these this week. You’re so right that the pattern is easy to follow and the result is stunning! :)

  3. Thanks for sharing this pattern–endless possiblities for colors combinations.

  4. I’ve been eyeing this pattern, too. It looks lovely!

  5. I love the colors you choice, what an awesome looking square, taking a break from yard work to visit a few more blogs and will have to check that pattern out later.

  6. This is a beautiful square! Thanks for the link, I’m going to have to mark it as a fave*.

  7. This is gorgeous! I will probably make one for my Granny a Day project, and may even make a whole afghan if I find it isn’t too difficult.

  8. Very lovely : ). A job well done. I love your work. I’m very impressed. : ).

  9. u did not tell step by step about this granny squre

    • It’s not my pattern. I was just showing my finished piece. You can go to Ravelry and purchase the pattern from the seller.

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