Check back to this page often, as I will be adding a new one every day! I came across this great blog earlier this year written by Confessions of a Yarn-a-holic. Just a short interesting tidbit of some random knowledge. It gives you a background on the historic roots that Granny Squares have. Read about my first project I made using the Granny Squares from this year so far.
Read about my second project I made using the Granny Squares from this year so far. Read about my third project I made using the Granny Squares from this year so far.
How to Corner to Corner Crochet (C2C) for Beginners
Read about my fourth project I made using the Granny Squares from this year so far. Read about my fifth project I made using the Granny Squares from this year so far. If you want to attach your granny squares, be sure to view this video to learn how to do just that! Enjoy these videos and subscribe to my YouTube channel for more tutorials on how to crochet! Number 73 Addie Square by Melissa Green. Fry at By Hook. Number Glorious grannies by Christine Harvey. Episode 25 — My Goodness!
Nadia when I discovered this site I was already working on a blanket but could not pass this one up so I am working on one downstairs and yours upstairs.
I only have 11 done but it is amazing how many things I have learnt since I have started your site. I can image the size of the blanket I will get with all of them or several smaller blankets. This is a wonderful resource. What a huge project. Thank you for this — I have bookmarked the page for future use. Plan on starting 1st January my granny square project. Will keep you posted. Finished an putting together i did this x 3 so have over squares.
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Jess, your tutorials and patterns are so easy to follow please keep them coming and have a great weekend. Thank you so much. She said its easy to do.
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Thanks so much for your kind words, Donna. C2C is one of my favorite techniques. I hope you love it too! How can I tell how many boxes I need to start a project? What I usually do is make a small swatch with the yarn and hook I want to use.
Hey Jess, thank you so much for your post! Do you have any tips to fix this issue? Sometimes I find that working three ch alongside dc stitches make the ch just a little taller than the dc. Does that make sense? You are so talented. I so want to try C2C,. Thanks for such a sweet note, Lynne. If you make something, email me a pic or tag me on Instagram! I want to see what you make! I think I will make another square.
Mine is a tad wobbly. I would like to purchase the complete instructions for the C2C crochet series without advertising. I wonder if you can help me. Could you think a reason apart from the obvious added stitch that could create this? Do you think your gauge is getting looser as you work? The rows should be increasing by one tile per row. Would I still be working from the bottom right hand corner of the piece and be going up and out? ALSO — thanks for the suggestion about stitchfiddle for photos made into graphs.
This is a great question that I might have to research a bit. I understand the increase and decrease of the pattern but for 15 rows I need to have 56 blocks in each row. I talk about that a bit in this video tutorial. I hope that helps! My question is, where which side do I measure the length and width from? Hey Joyce, I totally understand why this part can be confusing. Your email address will not be published. I've got more free crochet goodness for you that'll knock your little handmade socks off.