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1  Re: ACTIVE: Granny-A-Day crochet-along for April - start 04/01/10 in Crochetalongs by rogueknitter on: April 03, 2010 07:48:45 AM
Whee!

I'm 3 for 3 so far...good thing I got an early start, though.  =)

Here they are:


Corner Granny


Dahlia


Sunray

They're all from 200 Crochet Blocks.  =)  I'm using Paton's Classic Wool in these three colors for the whole month since this is going to be a blanket for the soon-to-be-here wee one.

They reallllly need to be blocked so the yarn can bloom and so they can turn into...um...actual squares.
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2  Lacy Lil' Crochet Granny Square in Crochet: Completed Projects by rogueknitter on: March 25, 2010 04:03:49 PM
Eeeeep!  My first project post here!  *nervous*

So a couple of years ago I found this huge bag of vintage crochet thread at the thrift store...but I didn't know how to crochet.

Since I'm hugely preggo and can't knit any sweaters or socks for myself right now (and am procrastinating on baby stuff since the hubby is still not convinced we're having a boybaby), I decided to teach myself how to crochet...so naturally the first thing I did when I got the hang of it was dive in the stash for that big old bag of thread...and here's what I came up with:





These little granny square things are soooo addictive!  =)

Except now I don't have any time to knit!!
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