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Java

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Java Granny Square Pattern

Java is one of the 52 six-inch granny square patterns from my Siren’s Atlas collection.

The 7-page pattern includes everything you need to succeed;

  • a written pattern (you choose UK or US terms),
  • a chart,
  • round by round photos, and
  • a link to a private video showing how every round is made.

You will need:

Yarn: 30 metres 8 ply/DK/Light Worsted yarn
Hook: 4 mm

Named after seas and oceans of the world, Siren's Atlas takes you on a voyage around the world.

The Java Sea is an extensive shallow sea on the Sunda Shelf. It lies between the Indonesian islands of Borneo to the north, Java to the south, Sumatra to the west, and Sulawesi to the east.

How to access the pattern

This is the digital PDF pattern. Your download link will be on the order confirmation screen, in your order confirmation email and in your account, if you have one.

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Reviewed by Andrew H., from United Kingdom
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My Skill Level
Intermediate
Yarn weight used
8 ply/DK/light worsted
Hook size used
5 mm
Rated 5 out of 5
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Beautiful square

So easy to do. Instead of a magic circle, I used a 4 chain and a continuous, multicoloured yarn. I'm so happy with it and the other pattern I bought using the same technique as this one. Thank you Shelley!

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