Q to T Block Squares by Rebeckah Ferger

Q to T Block Squares

April 2015
Thread ?
1.9 mm
44 - 66 yards (40 - 60 m)
1.5" (4 cm) – can make Larger
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This pattern is available for free.

Have you been wanting to try your hand at Tapestry Crochet? Why not give it a go with these fun and colourful ABC squares that you can later turn into baby blocks!

Part Five of the ABC Block Series shows you how to tapestry crochet the letters Q, R, S and T as little squares. They are small and only use 2 colours at a time. So, they work up quickly…

Each of these squares include both tapestry graphs and written word charts. Additionally, I have made a video tutorial that will show you how to crochet these squares. So if you’re new to tapestry crochet, you’ll be able to make these squares with great ease.

Feel free to use any yarn weight you prefer! Just be sure to use a hook that will make a perfect square when you carry one yarn under the stitches.

You don’t have to turn these squares into blocks later. You may like to make a fun doll quilt with them instead, or perhaps you want to combine the letters to spell out names, phases or words in your very own creative tapestry crochet project.

Have fun with these and let your imagination go wild!

More in the Series (See them Previewed to the Left):

  • Part 1: A to D Block Squares (includes A, B, C, D)
  • Part 2: E to H Block Squares (includes E, F, G, H)
  • Part 3: I to L Block Squares (includes I, J, K, L)
  • Part 4: M to P Block Squares (includes M, N, O, P)
  • Part 5: Q to T Block Squares (includes Q, R, S, T)
  • Part 6: U to X Block Squares (includes U, V, W, X)
  • Part 7: Y to 1 Block Squares (includes Y, Z, 0, 1)
  • Part 8: 2 to 5 Block Squares (includes 2, 3, 4, 5)
  • Part 9: 6 to 9 Block Squares (includes 6, 7, 8, 9)
  • Part 10: ABC Blocks (crochet block assembly)

Note: All these parts will be available for free on the blog, but the PDF Version – $4.00, includes ALL 10 Parts and can purchased up in the right where it says “e-book”.

These patterns are copyrighted to Rebeckah Ferger, however, you are more than welcome to sell what you make from them. If you sell what you make online, please link back to www.rebeckahstreasures.com and give pattern credit to Rebeckah’s Treasures. Thank you!