Step 1 Granny Triangle Circle
First, you have to make a granny triangle circle. In this step, you must take a crochet hook and wool ball. You will have to roll a circle over the crochet hook with wool string start by performing Ch 4-5, sl st so that you can join the ends of both sides to make a circle.The result will look something like this after which you have to give it some more Sl St to give it a proper shape so that you can proceed further.
Step 2 Row 1
Then you can continue to Row 1 where Ch 3 will be your double crochet or Dc stitch. You have to make two Dcs into the circle that you previously formed. Then you can continue with Ch 2 and 3 with Dc straight through the circle. When you are done, it will look something like this.After performing Ch 2 and 3 with Dc for repetitive steps, a design will be formed that you have to continue with a gap for each row. Hover over the hook from the head to continue moving with the next row.This will create a loop for you which means your 1st row is complete now. Now you can continue to the second row.
Step 3 Row 2
Now for Ch 3, you can utilize two Dc by a first St and then 3 Dc straight, then two Ch and again 3 Dc in the center of the 2 Ch space.Now pass the crochet hook straight through row 1 that you are holding between your thumb and middle finger.
Step 4Use Same Stitches Like Row 1
Now from the last stitch of your row, you can make 3 Dc which was from the Ch 3 of the previous row. It will complete a design formed as a central hub. You will see two loops now.Cover CH 3 two times and then again pass the crochet hook through the center of both loops that you have previously formed.Now you have to stretch keep it stretched and continue repeating Row 2 to increase the size of the Granny Triangle that you want. Go for a Row 3 that will allow you to form a triangle.
Step 5Row 3
You have to begin Row 3 with Ch 3 and then turn. Use two Dc in the first stitch and then 3 Dc in the subsequent space. The shape will form like this.
Step 6 Extend the Loop
You are using the space that is available between 3 Dc groups. Now again you can continue with 3 Dc then Ch 2 and then again 3 Dc in the top space. Then you will continue with 3 Dc in the next space and again 3 Dc at the top in your last stitch for the row.
Step 7Pass New Stitch Through Previous Row 3
In this way, you can repeat Row 3 as many times as you like to create an entire pattern by using 3 Dc in the spaces given to the middle point.When you pass the crochet hook straight through the center once again, continue to crochet granny square in this order like you did previously for Row 2.
Step 8Expand Row 4
Now you can continue to work your way forward to expand row 4 from the previously formed 3 rows. You can do this by holding the loops in your fingers and start knitting and stitching further to form a straight line away from the loops.Now from the last stitch of your row, you can make 3 Dc which was from the Ch 3 of the previous row. It will complete a design formed for your fourth row. You will see four-loop circles in the design now.
Step 9Expand Row 5 Through Row 1
Now you have to pass the crochet hook from the first row that you are holding in your left fingers. Lock the stitch with the first loop that you created in the first place. Again continue with Ch 3 which will be your double crochet or Dc stitch for the next layer.You have to make two Dcs into the circle that you previously formed. Then again, you have to continue with Ch 2 and 3 with Dc straight through the circle. When you are done, it will look something like this.
Step 10Expand Row 6
Now you have to expand row 6 for crocheting a granny triangle. Continue to form the next row once again by marking two Dcs and move further with the step.After performing Ch 2 and 3 with Dc for two times, a design will be formed having a sixth loop in it. Hover over the hook from the head to continue moving with the next row.
Step 11Start Row 7
Now you have to pass the crochet hook from the next row on your left that you are holding in your left fingers. Furthermore, lock the stitch with the third row that you formed previously with double crochet. The loop that you created for Row 7 will continue with Ch 3. Which will be your double crochet or Dc stitch for the final layer.
Step 12Form the Outer Layer
Now you are almost near to crocheting a granny triangle. You will need to form an outer layer by repeating the same slip. Stitch after forming Row 7 with 6 loops inside the design. Continue crochet a triangle shape for the last time to the left side to complete the outer layer of your granny triangle.
Step 13Crochet Granny Triangle
Now finish up the granny triangle that you have been crocheting by simply locking Row 8 with Row 1 through ch3. Your final result should look like this.