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Topic: Attack of the giant granny square!  (Read 3252 times)
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« Reply #10 on: March 12, 2006 05:53:30 PM »

Ya it was all worsted weight (ie red heart super saver).
Thanks for all compliments!
« Reply #11 on: March 12, 2006 10:31:37 PM »

WOW!  That has to be the greatest granny square ever!  I want one now!


Make all my err... your wists come true!

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« Reply #12 on: March 13, 2006 06:50:34 AM »

Wonderful!  I love how colorful it is.  I made a large granny rectangle once, just for a different look.

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(my 4 year old is now "wrapping himself like a burrito" in it)
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I thought my 5 year old was the only one that did the "burrito wrap" in my ghans lol

It's doesn't stop the older they get - my 14 yo son still wraps himself up this style while watching tv.

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Were all the yarns you used the same texture/weight/brand?  Does it matter if it is or not?

DebbieDoo, I've done granny squares with different textures and brands and it's worked out fine.  I've never tried different weights but I would only do different weights if I was doing one large granny like this.  If you were making a number of small ones to sew together then I wouldn't because if you use a lighter weight, the rows would be smaller and your squares would be different sizes and hard to join together.

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