Excellent tutorial. Thanks! Am finally no longer "scared" of granny squares :-)
Yay...success! Good for you! When I was first learning to crochet, it looked so intricate and complicated, but I had/have a very good teacher who takes all of the mystery out of it too! :-)
Jennifer,Thank you for your lovely free crochet patterns. Your illustrations and instructions are so clear and easy to follow. I'm new at crocheting and normally can't figure out the patterns; not so with your patterns. Your pictures are beautiful and make a nice reference to look at for beginners. I hope you will put up more free crochet patterns soon. I'm "hooked" on you and can't wait to see what you teach me next!From my Heart - A sincere and grateful - THANK YOU!Bobbie :)
Oh my goodness!! Thank you for your sweet comment, it is folks like you that make this so incredibly fun and enjoyable!!! :-)And yes! There are lots more patterns to come! Stay tuned! Happy crocheting to you, I hope crocheting is as joyful and exciting for you as it has been for me! Hugs to you!
GREAT!!! I've crochet for years, but I sometimes forget the patterns. This is an easy and great illustration for this pattern. I learned from my grandmother over 40 years ago. Yes, I needed a refresher. Thanks!
Awesome! I'm so glad you like it! :)
I finally understand Granny Squares. This is the only pattern that really spelled it out to me. Thanks!
Yay! So glad it helped!
Jennifer, I just can't thank you enough for your wonderful granny square pattern! Like Bobbie commented above [July 29, 2012], your photos and directions are so clear and easy to follow! I am relatively new and self-taught at crocheting and normally get confused with all of the granny square patterns I've seen, but not with yours. I was about to give up and go back to knitting when I discovered your blog! Thank you so much for all of the time and effort you put into your patterns. I have printed a few of what (I think) look like the easier ones to continue my crochet "education". I am so impressed with how perfectly precise your stitching is. I attempted a granny square and mine looked so "messy". I just want you to know that you have renewed my determination to conquer the granny square! :-) Thank you Jennifer, I am so very grateful. Lisa in Lake Oswego, Oregon <3
Oh my goodness, thanks for your kind comment...so glad you tried again and had success. Happy crocheting to you!
Can you knit a granny square????? Christine
I have never tried, but that sounds very interesting!
Thank you for the tutorial. I'm making my baby a blanket inspired in the Cherries in Blossom scarf colors. They are so beautiful together :)
Can you please make a video on the granny square? I'm a visual learner and a new crocheter, the other videos on squares are different than yours. Thanks!
Definitely will do that, thank you for the suggestion!
Thank you for your delightful and easy instructions! I have been teaching myself to crochet and have been practicing my stitches by doing dishcoths. Lots and lots of dishcloths. I have been contemplating doing an afghan but probably don't have the patience (or attention span) to take on something that large. Not yet anyways :) However, granny squares might be the way to go!
How do you hide the ends
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