I am currently working on a project that uses this technique – a great technique I have used in the past that pretty much forces you to weave in your ends as you go, and avoids having a bunch of granny squares sitting around that you will have to sew together later. For this tutorial,… Read more
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This post has been sitting in my inbox since July of 2014 – oh man! My template is a little different now, but all still good info 🙂 Back Then: One of the projects that has been sticking out in my mind is the Autumn Fall Scarf by Erika and Monika Simmons – The Double… Read more
I have recently updated my Adult Granny Square Beanie, but haven’t found the right time to share it. Just a few days ago, someone asked me about it and I thought I’d go ahead and post it this week, but since I posted my Santa Bauble Ornament Crochet Pattern last week and Christmas was just… Read more
I recently was working a project that required many color changes. Typically, I would fasten off at every color change and weave in my ends because I just wasn’t happy with the other techniques, but I wasn’t in the mood to weave in all these ends this particular time so after playing around with it… Read more
This fun afghan square was designed for the 2015 Mystery Lapghan CAL. I originally only had one to be released October 16th, but I jumped at the opportunity to design another! The name for this square came from my mother. I knew I wanted either “Granny” or a form of ‘four’ to be in… Read more
Last week I shared a Free Crochet Pattern & Jewelry DIY for Framed Granny Square Earrings. This week, I thought I’d create some similar earrings using the Solid Granny Square pattern instead. You could make these in multiple colors, or just the solid as I have done. These earrings are easy to work up and… Read more
These earrings are easy to work up and work up fairly quickly, are flexible, very lightweight and have a fun finishing with the frame.
How to crochet a granny square with photo tutorial – a very easy, beginner crochet tutorial for a classic stitch pattern that can be used for many projects!
From Left to Right: Red Heart Super Saver in Cornmeal, Lion Brand’s Vanna’s Choice in Dusty Pink and Dusty Blue, Hobby Lobby’s I Love this Yarn in Light Grey, Lion Brand’s Vanna’s Choice in Charcoal and Red Heart’s Super Saver in Glowworm. I have been inspired by so many projects linked up at our… Read more
What will I make with these Granny Squares you ask? Well… You will have to tune in on Friday to find out! Happy Wednesday. Good luck in all of your WIPS 🙂