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June 20, 2007

Comments

Kim

Isn't it remarkable, how Granny Squares have made a resurgence? So many of us can remember thinking, "NEVER again!" (Of course, we were subject to those awful "hot," "neon" colors. . .)

Marie

Sounds like so much fun! I can't wait to see how your blanket turns out. I think I'm starting to catch the granny square bug to, with all those beautiful examples floating around on blogs. Must polish up on my crochet skills! :)

2paw

Hurray for Granny Squares!! I am on my 9th and last big square and I just have to crochet it together by this evening!! It is fun and grows really fast: the 200 blocks looks like a great books!!!

Gina L.

I love the quilt on the cover of Period Homes. Hummmmm I am inspired again to learn how to crochet.

Christine

Toujours aussi jolies tes petites hollandaises qui tricotent. Le crochet, surtout comme tu le pratiques; devoient vite passionnant. C'est normal, don't panic !

dawn

I have a fluorescent crocheted blanket and have every intention of doing another one in the future. Can't wait to see the final finished one!

Krawuggl

I love the idea, that a blanket (or cushion or anything else) is dictating what to do next. I never thought about it in this way, but you´ve expressed it ecaxtly the way it is. Starting with a vague plan and then let the colours do the rest. I really can´t wait now to see your blanket!

little jenny wren

It would be wonderful to have a crocheted rug on every bed. I would also like a patchwork quilt and a knitted blanket, I think that will take many years to achieve.

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