Congratulations, you just finished your first granny square! If you enjoyed this look online, you'll find more difficult granny squares, some larger, ...
Alright, so you've finally mastered the single and double crochet and you can increase/decrease, now it's time for the square to look a little fancier and more intricate. As you can see, this one does have holes, but still many uses. I've actually made a bag out of granny squares and a lot of people make afghans out of them. This is about the simplest one out there. You start in the center with a loop and work circularly around, making corners as you go so it ends up being a square.
Step 1: Materials
You'll need worsted weight yarn (not black), a darning/yarn needle, scissors, and a crochet hook size G-J.