Crochet alphabet ABC squares can be made easily with single crochet stitches and cross stitch. Or if you would like bigger squares, try using these graphs for a C2C crochet project. Keep reading for the free crochet pattern.
Crochet Alphabet Squares with Many Uses
These crochet alphabet abc squares are the first in a set for a complete crochet alphabet. I used these graphs to make squares for plush blocks. You could also use these squares for pillows, blankets and more.
Cross Stitch on Crochet
My crochet blocks use a combination of SC stitches and cross stitching on top of crochet. You could also use only SC stitches working the color changes as you go, or convert it to a C2C project.
While planning this project, I ended up working these grids in 3 different ways and got the following dimensions using an H-hook:
- Double-crochet C2C (see my owl graph here): 26" x 26"
- Single-crochet 2 sts x 2 sts per pixel: 14" x 16"
- Single-crochet 1 st x 1 st per pixel (with cross stitch on top-pictured): 9" x 9"
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More Crochet Alphabet Squares
The following are helpful links for this project, including patterns for additional blocks and two video tutorials to help you with assembly!
Crochet Alphabet D E F: D is for Dog (or Deer), E is for Elephant, F is for Fox
Crochet Alphabet G H I: G is for Gecko, H is for Hippo, I is for Inchworm
Crochet Alphabet J K L: J is for Jellyfish, K is for Koala, L is for Lion
Crochet Alphabet M N O: M is for Monkey, N is for Narwhal, O is for Owl
Crochet Alphabet P Q R: P is for Penguin, Q is for Quetzal, R is for Raccoon
Crochet Alphabet S T U: S is for Sheep, T is for Turtle, U is for Unicorn
Crochet Alphabet V W X: V is for Vampire Bat, W is for Whale, X is for X-ray Tetra
Crochet Alphabet Y Z: Y is for Yak, Z is for Zebra
Crochet Cross Stitch Video Tutorial: I have also made a quick video tutorial on how I cross stitch on crochet. I hope you find it helpful!
Assembling a Crochet Block Video Tutorial: This video shows you how I have been assembling my blocks. It is a method that can be used with any size of project!
A is for Ant
- Black (any) for the letter 'A' and the outline/face of the ant
- Vanna's Choice 'Dark Grey' for the ant's body
- White (any) for the ant's eyes
- Red Heart "Pretty n Pink' for the background
B is for Bunny
- Black (any) for the letter 'B' and the bunny's eye
- Vanna's Choice 'Silver Grey' for the bunny's body
- White (any) for the bunny's eyes
- Bernat Baby Blanket 'White' for the Bunny's fluffy tail (optional, use single strand of this or double strand of worsted white yarn)
- Red Heart "Pretty n Pink' for ears and nose
- Red Heart 'Baby Pink' for background
C is for Chipmunk
- Black (any) for the letter 'C', the eyes and the mouth
- Red Heart Soft 'Toast' for the dark stripes
- Red Heart Soft 'Wheat' for the face
- Loops and Threads Impeccable 'Chocolate Brown' for the nose
- White (any) for the teeth
- Vanna's Choice 'Berrylicious' for background
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