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Day Dream Granny

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I just finished this one...Its just your standard granny square, I used the Bernat Mosaic yarn in the color of Daydream. I love how this turned out although I'm not a fan of this yarn and probably won't use it again...it was very thin in some spots and then got very thick and there were a few times, I just grabbed to yarn and pulled and it came right apart...but after all the color is beautiful!!

This will also be a prize at my family reunion on Saturday

 

 

 

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That's beautiful, Julz! :clapSomeone in your family is going to be very happy on Saturday! ;)Wow!

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What a beautiful afghan reminds me penny candy love the radiant colors.

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Sorry to hear about the problems you had with the quality of the yarn, but the colors are gorgeous!!! Great job!

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I agree about the thick/thin of mosaic, but it sure makes a pretty afghan!

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~~~~~~Love it~~~~~~

:heart

:mug

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Will you adopt me?!? ;) Your afghan is beautiful!

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Will you adopt me?!? ;) Your afghan is beautiful!

 

 

LOL....thank you!!

 

Thank you to everyone!!

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Very nice looking granny afghan!! I love the yarn, but did not like the quality of it....thick/thin and very easy to tear!! And it is not an inexpensive type yarn either!! The only reason I bought the yarn is because I had a 50% off coupon from JoAnn's & someone from here had made a "divine hat" using that yarn.....and it was so darn pretty!! It is a gorgeous yarn!! :)

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Beautiful! Such soft,pretty colors!:hook

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Julz, I keep coming back to this, it's just really beautiful and elegant in it's simplicity!

 

Can you share with me how many squares you did across and down? Did you by any chance get the measurements?

 

My curious mind wants to know! LOL!!!

 

Thanks! Alaina

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Julz, I keep coming back to this, it's just really beautiful and elegant in it's simplicity!

 

Can you share with me how many squares you did across and down? Did you by any chance get the measurements?

 

My curious mind wants to know! LOL!!!

 

Thanks! Alaina

 

Hi Alaina...thanks I'm glad you like it!! I did 5 rounds of the actual granny square. I did 6 across and 7 down for a total of 42 squares. No, I didn't measure it but it really wasn't that big with this kind of yarn. I would just suggest you make as many as you like for the width and then the same for the length but just add one more row for the length for it to look more rectangular instead of squared

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Lovely!

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Thanks for the details!

 

 

You're very welcome!! :)

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