Category Archives: Granny Afghans

Catching Up

Seeing this picture of me wearing warm flannel jammy pants while joining pink and white granny squares made me realize that you’ve waited a very long time – nearly two months – for a progress report on this blanket. How … Continue reading

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Granny Kit #2

Remember the pink and white granny squares that Karen of MA made? – two strips, each with seven squares, and ten loose squares. I briefly considered using a 7 x 11 layout until I realized that would mean making fifty-three … Continue reading

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An Ideal Finish

It turns out that RHSS ‘Soft White’ is a very close match to the white in Karen’s granny squares. Luckily, I had most of a skein in stash, more than enough to start on a simple border with one round … Continue reading

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Coming Along

I began with 59 five-round granny squares, a gift from Karen of MA. Thought that I would use 54 of them in a 6 x 9 lay-out. But, after trying to arrange them into some kind of a pattern, I … Continue reading

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Not Just One

or two, but three boxes appeared on my porch the other day! I already knew a little about what was inside each; the littlest box held 3 two-year old blueberry plants, twigs really, that we ordered from Indiana Berry and … Continue reading

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A SweeTart Ta-Dah!

I decided on a simple three-color border for my SweeTart Granny afghan, starting with white in plain double crochet, followed by two rounds of RHSS ‘Tea Leaf’, one dc and one hdc, for just the right amount of green. I … Continue reading

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Ready for a Border

Wow, it’s been a couple of months since I last talked about my SweeTart Granny. The color range of my scraps had gotten so limited, it was taking me forever to choose colors for the next square, so I stopped … Continue reading

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