As the weather changes, so do the patterns we choose to crochet as well as the colors of yarn we use. I noticed that I have been using cooler color tones of yarn for my granny squares. Last week I used Purple, Grey,White, and Black and for this weeks squares I used Tan, Green,White, and Rust. As in previous weeks the squares are from the book "99 Granny Squares to Crochet" by Leisure Art.
GS #275 (#36 in the book)
This square is made out of all popcorn stitches, which makes the square very dense
GS #276 (#37 in the book)
This easy to make square has popcorn stitches in the center, giving it a puffy look
GS #277 (#38 in the book)
The stitches in the center give this square a leafy look
GS #278 (#39 in the book)
This is a small version of the traditional granny square.
GS #279 (#40 in the book)
The flower in the center of the block is made with puff stitches and the square has a chain border which gives it a lacy look
GS #280 (#41 in the book)
This octagon is lacy looking and would make a great coaster or a nice table runner if you put a bunch together.
GS #281 (#42 in the book)
The last granny for this week is a rectangle. It is different than the one from last week since it was done with puff stitches in row one and three.
I hope you all enjoy the Fall weather,
Did someone mention it was FALL? All of these colors make for a great Fall project. GS #275 looks chunky! Still in wonder how you'll incorporate the different shapes together (GS#280 in this post). SandiReplyDelete