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Christmas in Grannies – an Update

I’m enjoying the process of making this granny, one little square at a time. Watching the tiny scrap balls of yarn disappear is fun! Seeing the cheery blanket emerge is even better! You might want to savor this next shot … Continue reading

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Even Tiny Yarn Scraps Can Grow Up to Be Afghans

Most people don’t want to waste even the tiniest pieces of a broken candy cane, so they use them to flavor their hot chocolate or ice cream. Likewise, I didn’t want to throw away the little balls of red, green … Continue reading

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Flower Garden Granny – It’s Growing Quickly!

I’m completely charmed by how these simple little granny squares are turning into a delightful-looking blanket! It’s like visiting a spring garden, even though it’s late October. I don’t know if the join-as-you-go method I’m using is actually any faster … Continue reading

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