Monday, February 4, 2013

stash buster

granny squares:

I used my stash for these granny squares however I cheated a little and bought the taupe color that surrounds the squares. I love the colors together, the picture does not show them well.

I love how I decided to join them together. I just did a single crochet in the spaces. 
( i didn't crochet in every stitch)

This is what the back looks like.  I don't even know how to explain how I stitched them  and I can't find a tutorial online. I think this method works well on this because it is going to be a purse. It doesn't need to be as sturdy as if it were going to be a blanket.

It is going to be so pretty. I need to do 3 more granny squares for the front panel. Then 3 more for the back panel.


  1. Hi, very beatiful grannies, congratulation

  2. I love your colors for your grannys! I can't wait to see your purse!! :) So pretty! xo Holly

  3. Lovely granny squares! It was a great idea to buy the taupe really makes them stand out, and match perfectly. It is going to be a gorgeous bag. Your joining method is very creative. I have a kind of tutorial in my blog (@ Pattern: Plaid Granny Blanket + links), and you can find many different tutorials in You tube too, by searching: "How to join granny squares".

  4. Really pretty grannies! I'll look forward to seeing the finished purse :) Elisabeth x

  5. I like your joining method. It's very simple and creative. Have a good week!

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