There is something special about the classic, traditional granny square that always warms my heart! Let me show you how to turn a simple granny square into a Christmas ornament in 4 sizes!
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There is something special about the classic, traditional granny square that always warms my heart! I am so in love with how these little boxes turned out, and how awesome they look hung gallery wall style. It was a great way to use up my stash, and I’ve been having so much fun, I haven’t stopped! This project is addicting.
You just finished working a new project, and now you want to evenly crochet around it to add a finishing touch, or a border, but you’re not quite sure how to work evenly, let me show you!
So you’re crocheting away on a project when you come to the end of the ball of yarn you’ve started with, now what? Let me show you how to add another ball of yarn when you run out so you can continue crocheting away.
This fun and easy granny square afghan is worked in one large continuous manner. It is a great on the go project, or to pair with watching your favorite TV show or movie. You don’t even need to count rounds if you don’t want to, just use a soft tape measure to measure as you go, and stop at the desired size. 8 sizes included and a video tutorial!
I was incredibly happy with the process and my results in this finished cardigan. It’s eye-catching, fun, and comfy! The pattern was simple to understand and even the sewing wasn’t hard. It just takes time to put all the squares together, but at the end, you’ll have a gorgeous cardigan to show off to the world!
This crochet pattern is one I would very strongly recommend. It was easy to make, it doesn’t use too much yarn so it’s affordable, and it gives you a very useful and super cute accessory at the end. I plan to use this adorable little bag a lot this coming summer! It’s not huge so it won’t weigh you down, but it has the space for the basics like a wallet and phone.
Worked in worsted weight yarn, this little heart pouch is sized just right for a small handful of treats, jewelry or other goodies. It worked up really quickly. Can’t wait to make some more!
How to crochet my Gwendolyn Table Runner, which is an easy granny square table runner. With just simple granny squares joined together, it is so easy to make larger or smaller by simply adding or taking squares away.
I briefly considered whether it might be possible for a sweater to be too bright, and then I realized I didn’t care about the answer and put this yarn into my cart. The result was so totally worth it. This pattern was fun, it’s well-written and easy to understand, and it looks so cool!