Crochet Granny Square Trivet

This is a simple in-between project that I whipped up in no time.

It’s a granny square trivet with a border of treble crochet (double crochet if you use US terms).

I used 2 balls held double. It’s a recycled aran weight yarn but I held them double as it’s really thin, almost like a DK weight. It’s a mix of wool, acrylic, polyamide and viscose.

It’s called Forest by King Cole. You can get it here in quite a few shades from The Knitting Network (affiliate link).

I did 2 granny squares and then crocheted them together around the edge. It’s quite chunky and only 1 granny square would have done.

But there are quite a few holes with this type of pattern…so I thought if I did 2 layers, then it would absorb some of the heat. I don’t know…I was just desperate to get some of the yarn used up. It’s been in my stash a good few months!

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