Every now and then, you see a crochet pattern that surges in popularity, and everyone seems to be making it. Based on my Pinterest crochet explorations, I think that the In Treble Afghan Square by Julie Yeager is currently that pattern. I thought I’d share it in case you hadn’t seen it yet.
The pattern is straightforward and easy to follow, but once complete, it’s visually appealing and easy to switch up with different color combinations. You can buy the pattern from Julie’s Etsy shop here.
I also really like how dense the stitchwork of this square is; it would make a cozy and warm blanket! You can see a nice close-up of this square from Julie’s Instagram below.
Julie also shared a gorgeous Afghan that combines her In Treble Square with Sarah Gates’s Cherry Blossom Square. The resulting blanket, which you can see below, would make lovely spring decor or a great piece for a nursery.
Here’s another beautiful Afghan made by Instagram user @sujavo. She used only the In Treble square, and it formed a dense and textured Afghan that looks fabulous on the couch and would surely feel super cozy to snuggle up in!
I’d be remiss not to mention some of Julie Yeager’s other incredible creations! This Gothic Windows Throw Blanket is a personal favorite of mine – I love the vibrant colors and the combination of different shapes that were used.
This Roses and Ivy Blanket is another incredible design. The blanket looks so luxe and fancy; it reminds me of a special Christmas decoration. One Etsy user explained that she used this pattern for wall decor, too- it’s plenty beautiful and decorative for that purpose!
Like the look of this square? Julie Yeager also designed a similar square, called Mum in Treble, that relies on treble clusters to form a large flower resembling a mum. Definitely try this one out!