Monday, July 15, 2013

Good and Evil Granny Crochet Block


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25 comments:

  1. what an awesome blanket. thank you for sharing!

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    1. Very welcome! I'm glad you like it!

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    2. I love this, but I cannot figure out how to make the shadow pattern. I can make the squares as you described, but how many squares and how many different patterns

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  2. Love this. Thank you for the pattern.

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  3. Thanks for sharing your pattern!

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  4. This is blanket is simply Granny-licious. Thanks so much for the pattern.

    It took me forever and a day to learn how to crochet a basis GSQ. But, once I looked at it simply instead of complexly ....I have been hooked. GSQs are squirreled away in shoe boxes and bins. There are projects finished and WIPs. However, your Good and Evil Granny will be lovely addition to the finished projects...sooner than later.

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  5. This is awesome!! I have been searching for the perfect pattern to make a blanket for my niece (she's getting her first apartment) and this is gonna be the one!! I've looked through hundreds of patterns and when I found this it was like a wave of relief hit me!! Her favorite colors are black, purple and pink so I am planning on doing it in shades of dark and light purples with black/charcoal and muted pinks. I can't wait to get started. I tried to go to your link for the coloring changing tutorial but I didn't have access. I am not great at changing colors and always feel like there has to be a cleaner/smoother way than what I am doing so any pointers would help. Thanks for such a beautiful pattern. It is not only creative and beautiful but also inspirational.

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    1. Thank you! Those colors sounds absolutely lovely! I'm not sure why the link didn't work for the color changes but I also included the same instructions under special stitches for the corner color change in this G&E Granny pattern. I hope that helps. Once you get it down, it's really very easy.

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  6. I love this Danielle :) Great job.. Can't wait to try it out :)

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  7. Simple, yet sooo original, I love it!

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  8. Really nice - love your story too - great use of light and dark thanks for sharing

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  9. What a wonderful design! Thank you! :)
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  10. It won't let me view your color change tutorial link =[

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  11. Absolutely stunning! How I wish I had your creative eye for color. Wonderful work! You need to enter this design in every competition you can find!!

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  12. Are there supposed to be more than one picture showing? All I see is one; I use IE9 Vista. Thanks

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    1. There are a few more pictures where I used a tool that displays pictures from my instagram account. That is probably what you are missing. I can replace them this evening once I get access to my computer and a few quiet minutes. Thanks for bringing the issue to my attention. :-)

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  13. Absolutely amazing! Your obvious talent and creativity was injected so lovingly into this afghan. There's not enough ways to say thank you and express how much I appreciate you sharing all your hard work! Stunning!

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  14. Beautiful, love the colors. I can't wait to try this one. Thank you much

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  15. I would love a video tutorial if anyone has one or could make one. I'm still learning to read patterns so visuals are very helpful. Thanks!

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