How do you knit a perfect square?
It’s that simple! Continue knitting rows 1 and 2 until your square is as long as it is wide. To ensure your square is 8″ (20cm), either use a tape measure or form a triangle by folding one corner of your square over to meet the opposite corner as shown – if all sides are equal then you have a square!
What can you make from a knitted square?
If you are a beginner in knitting, you probably made many kitted squares to practice your stitches.
You can use your knitted squares to make various things, including:
- Pouches or pencil cases.
- Storage boxes or baskets.
- Coffee cozies.
- Cushion cover.
How many squares do you need to knit a blanket?
How many squares are there in a blanket? It takes 35 squares to make a blanket. That’s 5 squares wide and 7 squares long, for a blanket that is 1.4 meters by 1.0 meters, large enough to keep a child warm at any age.