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Old 07-18-2007, 09:44 AM   #1
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Granny Square
Well I went ahead and decided that since my very first dishcloth came out not too bad, that I was going to make another. So I made another using the granny square pattern. Wow is that easy. I can't believe it. Although I am going to frog it and do it again as the stitches are really uneven. I am still working on my tension.

Oh and I wanted to share a site with you all. She has great tutorials for learning various stitches.

www.crochetcabana.com

Thanks everyone!!
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Old 07-18-2007, 10:55 AM   #2
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Granny squares are really quick and easy. They're a great way to work on your tension, learning how to change colors, and a good first project. If you keep going around and around and around, you can eventually have yourself a nice size blanket
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If you love granny squares as much as I do you might enjoy this site...

http://www.grannyalong.blogspot.com/

Very inspirational!
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I love this site...thanks a bunch...as for the granny square, I love doing that one too...it's a great beginners, as my daughter is learning how to crocheting doing the granny and working on her tension...
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This blog is great....I love this site...thanks a bunch...
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