March 3, 2010

Scrap Granny Square Afghan for a Veteran - WIP Wednesday


Time for WIP Wednesday and this week I'm still working on the scrap granny square afghan for a veteran at my local VA hospital. Please read to the end of this post and play along too!

I only have one more row of 9 blocks attached since the last picture, but I've got at least another row or two worth of granny squares finished that I'll be joining in the next few days.



I really like how this is turning out and will definitely crochet more of them, using different colors and maybe look at some quilt patterns for inspiration on how to place the squares.

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4 comments:

Steph said...

Oh you're so close and it's turning out so pretty.

Andi said...

I read this every Wed. and can't get my act together to post pictures! (Sad coming from a photographer.) But I love it! I just bought a book called "Beyond the square: Crochet Motifs" and I love it! I wish they had gauge and sizes, but I just LOVE the patterns. It's inspiring me to do more than just test them all out! LOL!

Sharon Marie said...

Very nice! You may want to get graph paper and some color pencils and make a graph of different color squares you might have and see how you want to put them together. I did that for a granny square afghan I made and it turned out nice if I may brag a bit lol!

RecycleCindy said...

What a beautiful afghan for the VA. I've make wheelchair tote bags for our local VA hospital and found it to be such a wonderful place to give our crocheted items.