Thanks for the helpful tutorials.
I can’t seem to click on free tutorials
Hi Shona, you need to hover over the link on the main page and then click on the links that drop down. It’s a bit clunky I’m afraid but I haven’t had time to make it better x
Hello, my name is Valerie and I have a blog called Acornmoon. I followed your blog to make a granny square baby blanket and have posted a photo and a link here. http://acornmoon.blogspot.co.uk/2014/02/national-storytelling-week.html
You need to scroll down a bit! Thanks for the tutorial, I am very pleased with my blanket.
Hiya, just a little question!
Ive been reading your blog for a few months and have printed out your elmer squares tutorial, mine just dont seem to be working. Ive started again a few times, its the corners dont lool square. Im doin two TR in corner space, chain three then Tr into top of stitches, but should i be doing 2 TR chain 3 then 2 TR in corner space again?
Sorry thats a long little question but i’m sure it will be an easy answer!
Hi! Yes, you need to do 2TR, chain 3 and then another 2TR in the corner space x
Thank you so much for this. It`s very clear and helpful. I was trying to make trebles from a book last night and nearly threw everything across the room. Having seen your explanations this morning I have now made two trebles (yay!) and the book now makes sense too. I love your website and will continue to visit.
oh thanks. i had to put it away and do the usual granny squared while i waited forva reply! will try again tomorow x
Hello Heather. Thank you so much for your granny square tutorials. After several months of making one big square with an extreme hook and several strands of yarn, I decided to learn different styles at a far smaller gauge to make my friend a blanket. I have so far completed the bullseye and honey rose squares, and want to try them all. They are very interesting and clearly written.
Thank you so much for making everything look so do-able! I was a bit nervous to learn granny squares as I’m a beginner, but you’ve really helped me a lot!
I am using DK wool – what size crochet hook should I use. I want to try and crochet your Granny Alice bkanket.
Apologies, didn’t read the whole thing about you using DK cotton and 4mm crochet hook. Just did a sample and found the spaces (holes) are rather big.
Nowadays I always use a 4mm hook for dk weight yarn and I very rarely work in cotton because it’s quite tough with very little give. I mainly use stylecraft special dk which is a nice acrylic and that works well on a 4mm hook. x
Just wondering where the pattern is for the baby ripple blanket, I love your website :)
Hi Christine, I use the “Neat Ripple” pattern from the Attic24 website – http://attic24.typepad.com/weblog/neat-ripple-pattern.html
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