Ann’s Angles Square by Linda Dean

Ann’s Angles Square

Crochet
December 2018
Aran (8 wpi) ?
6.0 mm (J)
12” square
US
This pattern is available for free.

Gauge: 12″ x 12″ (30.5 x 30.5 cm)

From the designer’s website:
“ I am so honored to be invited to participate in this years Moogly CAL 2018 Afghan Block! This is the last square for 2018, find all the rest here, and complete your own throw using one of each square.

This year I have been playing with miter squares, and thought I would share the skill with you. A miter square is worked from two outside edges, with a decrease at the corner, until no stitches are left on either edge, creating a square.

However with this design, I then added to two edges to create an effect that is similar to a look of a square atop a square, or some say even an arrow.

The name is derived from one of my students, Ann. She is my world traveler that shares stories of all of the exotic lands she has visited. She is also a former high school mathematics instructor, and always keeps us on point with the the patterns and the various ways that the stitch counts can be effected.“