February 16, 2011

Simple Sweet Granny Squares WIP

Last week I  mentioned I was working on another free granny square pattern, and I've made up several Simply Sweet squares since.  It isn't quite a solid granny, but it has fewer/smaller holes than the traditional granny square with clusters of 3DC on all sides.  It's a simple pattern, with just enough variety to keep it interesting.

You can find the free pattern here, and I've also included a link to more photos depicting other color variations, as well as a few worked up in a solid color.

Enjoy!

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2 comments:

Marsha S said...

I finally got my post in for the day...now off to check out others.

Pinching Abe said...

I love the pirate beard crochet above, LOL!