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  1. Hi everyone! I'm happy to share my latest free pattern/tutorial for this patchwork bag. Each bag takes 13 squares. I used 6" squares, but you could change the size of the square to get a larger or smaller bag. All of the squares used in the bag shown are free squares with video tutorials (links in the blog post), and there's a video tutorial showing how to assemble the bag! Cheers! https://kickincrochet.com/crochet-patchwork-bag-pattern/
  2. I am making a granny square and granny stripes blanket for a friend's baby. It's four squares in the middle, 12 rows of granny stitches, then a round of granny squares on the outside. However, I just counted and the blanket's final granny row stitch count (to sew the squares to) is 104 stitches. There are supposed to be four granny squares in a column sewed to the edge of the blanket and they add up to 108 stitches. What do I do about the extra stitches? After the squares are sewn on, I'm adding flannel to the back to soften the seams and make it look neater, no need to see the woven ends
  3. Kal

    Granny square bag

    Hi fellow crocheters! I'm new to the forum and very excited to be part of this community where you share patterns get your crochet queries answered and be in touch with each other. I'm working on the granny square bag(pls see image) and would like help with the bag layout. I think it is made of 31squares... can anyone help with the layout please? I'm making this as a gift for my niece who is expecting her second child.
  4. hello and welcome to you all . this list is getting shorter and i hope we get more members to join in our cal!! Come make some friends and squares and have some fun!! welcome to our members and any new members or want to be members you have come to the right place. It is pretty simple really, we like to make granny squares. We found the best way to do it was to open up a thread on whom might want or need granny squares to maybe help complete an afghan for themselves or charity or anyone they chose. Every one could use some help as sometimes collecting e
  5. I'm looking for a pattern for "Stitchgwen crochet fox pixel blanket" I am wanting to make it for my daughter being she loves foxes. Any help is greatly appreciated.
  6. Hey everyone, I have recently found a charity that I was making Squares for and was wondering if anyone would like to help. You can send me your squares and I will add them in with mine and deliver them all. The Orginization is called Clicking for a cause and is based in Durham, NC. It is a volunteer ministy where members take all of the finished squares and assemble blankets. Here is what they ask for: Our primary gifts to others are BLOCK AFGHANS, and we are always looking for more BLOCKS. You need not assemble an afghan yourself; our members will do this. Simply create blocks
  7. What's the best method and easiest method for a beginner crocheter to connect granny squares together with a sewing needle or crochet hook?
  8. I recently finished this afghan for a friend of mine from high school. Her son is going there in August. I may have another afghan for Bowling Green University. Im happy to report he loved the afghan. The afghan is made up of 100-4" black squares and the white logo is made up of 300-1" granny squares.
  9. A baby groovyghan I made for my Sister In Law that is expecting a baby boy For more information about the pattern: http://creativecrochetworkshop.blogspot.com/2014/04/baby-groovyghan.html
  10. Okay, so, I have a project in mind but I'm unsure how to complete a bit of it. I'm a bit of a novice. I want to make a heart, using granny squares, that is about 2 squares high by 2 squares wide. I understand how to make the bottom half with 2 squares of a two colored diagonal, black and red. The top half is where I'm stuck. How would I make the curved top half using 2 colors? Please help <3 Thank you <3
  11. Hello my name is Tonya Craig From CraigLoves2Crochet I am hoping I can find a few lovely people with a small amount of time to make a huge difference to a family in USA. This story has really taken my heart and had an idea to make a recovery blanket using Granny Squares made with Love for Tracee (see link) I have also popped over to ask if you would share this very special link with as many fans as you can. We are hoping that people could spend 30 minutes to make a granny square to make a recovery blanket. I am hoping we can bring a little love to a family almost destroyed by domestic viole
  12. Hi everybody! Does anybody like to make granny squares? I like to. There are my favorite thing to crochet. I have made many afghans using this pattern. Mama taught me the granny square back in 60s when she taught me to crochet. After I learned it, I developed what I call a formula for crocheting an afghan. First, I decided on the main color that I'm going to use. Then I decide on colors to go with the first color. For example, say I decide to crochet an granny square afghan using blue as one of the colors. The other two (I always use three colors and a border color) colors are medium blue a
  13. Here at the Fabric Warehouse Ltd we are offering many make and take sessions, for all of you wanting to learn and master the art of Crochet! We currently offer many different make and take sessions, including face painting, homemade hearts, tooth fairy pillows, bunting, etc... and also 3 Crochet sessions - Crochet Granny Squares, Crochet Vintage Flowers and Crochet Bunting. These sessions are aimed at all levels of abilities and offer you the chance to take the skills needed for Crochet. Our current schedule of Sessions are: Wednesday 31st July 2013 - 15:00 - 17:00 - Fabulous Face Painti
  14. A co-worker of mine is collecting granny squares to put into afghans to donate to the people in Moore, OK. She is very appreciative of any help anyone can provide! All of the information is listed in her blog post below (titled "Oklahoma"), and I'd be happy to ask her any additional questions you may have! craftedheartsalliance.blogspot.com
  15. This is my first project since my stroke in Dec. 2011. It is a real accomplishment for me because I could not crochet for over a year. Details about the pattern and my crochet journey can be found in my blog. Thanks for looking!
  16. I love to use fabric yarn - made from recycled fabric (all different kinds): http://www.lebenslustiger.com/serendipity/archives/335-8-Fabric-Yarn-DIYS.html have fun, Anette
  17. Here's a cute and unusual scarf with gemstone colors that will be loved by anyone who likes patchwork or granny square patterns! You can find the free pattern here: http://craftybegonia.blogspot.com/2011/12/sumptuous-gemstones.html Enjoy! Clotilde
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