Why is my solid granny square wavy?
Puckering …or wavy edges… happens if there is too many stitches… while the edges will curl up if there aren’t enough stitches…
Why are my granny squares not square?
The short answer is that stitches, particularly the double crochet, naturally slant to the right. When working in rows, that slant is offset by turning at the end of each row. When working in rounds, the instructions usually tell you not to turn.
Why is my crochet hat wavy?
if you add too many doubles and not enough singles it‘ll get wavy like your second picture. if you add too many singles and not enough doubles it’ll start to curve down too soon and it won’t fit. when you switch to all singles the hat will curve down and make a hat.
How long does it take to crochet a granny square?
It varies based on each person’s crochet speed and skill. Making a single square with no color changes takes around ten to fifteen minutes. It takes longer if you’re changing colors. How much yarn do I need for a queen sized blanket?