Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Giant Granny

I finally learned how to crochet a granny square, with the help of many!! My granny square is as big as my head. I'm not great at it, so to practice I'm just going to go around and around the square.  Maybe it will be a blanket, maybe I'll get bored with it half way through - there's no way of knowing :)
If you just learned to crochet or are a pro, put a link in the comments to share!! 
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13 comments:

Katherine said...

oh i soooooo want to learn to crochet. I've only got as far as making the chain!

xoxo

Carol Anne said...

That looks good! I love crochet. It's my favorite :)

Molly Le Blanc said...

Holy cow! That looks a lot better then when we first started trying lol

chelseybell. said...

i totally thought about doing this and just making it big enough to be a blanket by itself.

i got all the stuff. thanks so much. I love it all!!!

Miss Wanderlust said...

I never thought about making a blanket this way. you are awesome!! Plus, I looove the hairbow in the post below...so cute

Emilie Lynne said...

I just started making granny squares myself, and I looove it! Yours is awesome! Keep going and see how big you can make it, I bet you can make a huge bed sized blanket out of it :)

-heather- said...

i crochet... im not a pro, but this looks great to me!! the fact that you can change colors already is SCHWEET! It took me a while to figure that one out!

lolo sr said...

didnt we make potholders like this when we were little? jkjk...but really...what were those things, then?

Becky said...

Lo-they were those things that were stretchy, and they went on the square loom thing and you had to weave it, remember? We made everybody in the whole family one lol whether they liked it or not!

lolo sr said...

they look sorta the same??? except those potholder thingies were sweet neon colors!

Carol Anne said...

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India Daisy said...

lol - that is funny!
Looks awesome though...

Laurie Anne said...

great giganticus granny square! :)
on my list of things to learn is how to make one of those...