Monday, August 2, 2010

Granny Pick Progress



















My friend picked this granny pattern for June.


Simply Simple Afghan, Free-Crochet.com


Forty little squares to make and join. That seemed like it was going to last forever but now they are done and together.






And now the border. This is the really simple part, not that any of it was hard. Makes for a relaxing evening of tv and crochet.














I think there are about another dozen rows to do. It will be a nice newborn blanket.

Anxious to see what her next granny pick will be although I will get my granny ripple completed next (along with some thread crochet).



A lovely evening to you.

14 comments:

  1. Glor, that is so beautiful! Love, love, love the colors. It will be a lovely newborn blanket. Great job my friend :)

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  2. What a pretty blanket for a baby. Love it, love the colors you chose! :D

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  3. Hola!!
    Es muy muy bonita.
    Los colores super acertados.
    Un abrazo.

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  4. Very pretty blanket glor - a little baby will love being wrapped up with it. :)

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  5. you are a master at the squares...joining is just not my cup of tea...but I love the look of the granny....it is worth the work. This is ever so pretty...Hope you are having a beauriful day....

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  6. Hi Glor! I love the lacey look of the border! Soooo cute! You are quite talented gal! I don't crochet or knit, but do just about every other craft you can imagine!!

    Hope you have a great week, sweetie!
    Hugs n joy,
    Becky

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  7. Awww, that is so precious. I'm pretty sure I have that one saved in my favorites to do...oh if I ever find the time between designing, filling orders and making gifts.

    I pray your day is abundantly blessed!
    ¸.•´¸.•´¨) ¸.•*¨)
    (¸..•´ .•´ ¸¸.•¨¯`-: † :- Anita
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    aseknc(at)gmail(dot)com

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  8. Oh my goodness.. This is beautiful! I LOVE granny squares, ever since I learned to make them when I was just a kid!.. Have a good night! ~tina

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  9. Hi Glor, this is so very sweet. I might have to give this a try when I get back to Kuwait. Right now I am working on the fly stitch or v-stitch (I forget what you called it) -- bought a HUMONGOUS ball of variegated yarn from Joanne's. One of my best friends is having her 7th child the end of September so I need to work on many things for her. Best wishes always, Tammy

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  10. I like the end-effect, with that surrounding crochetwork and a look at the global work.

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