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To beg - chain (ch) 5 and join to form a circle     Round 1:  ch 2, 11 double crochet (dc) into ring                    Round 2:  change to ...

To beg - chain (ch) 5 and join to form a circle Round 1: ch 2, 11 double crochet (dc) into ring Round 2: change to ...

Een hele tijd geleden heb ik hier een foto laten zien van iets waar ik mee bezig was, maar wat ik nog niet kon laten zien. Het was namelijk...

Een hele tijd geleden heb ik hier een foto laten zien van iets waar ik mee bezig was, maar wat ik nog niet kon laten zien. Het was namelijk...

someday, I'll come across a precious little girl that needs a "Grammie blanket" just like this one

someday, I'll come across a precious little girl that needs a "Grammie blanket" just like this one

If you read this blog since the first year (thanks for putting up with me all that time!) you might remember this blanket, It's one of my first crocheted blankets. I finished it almost three years ...

If you read this blog since the first year (thanks for putting up with me all that time!) you might remember this blanket, It's one of my first crocheted blankets. I finished it almost three years ...

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I first learned how to crochet at the young age of nine when my mum taught me how to make a simple granny square, and it was love at first sight. Granny squares are such an iconic part of crochet ... More

bBeautiful colours in this baby blanket by Renate. She uses Prisiclla Hewitt's Sunburst Granny Square with only four rounds (see a tutorial for this variation by Jenny of Nittybits: http://nittybits.blogspot.nl/2013/01/sunburst-granny-square-blanket-tutorial.html) and the edging is by Color n Cream (see pattern for edging here: http://colorncream.blogspot.com.au/2013/11/something-old.html

bBeautiful colours in this baby blanket by Renate. She uses Prisiclla Hewitt's Sunburst Granny Square with only four rounds (see a tutorial for this variation by Jenny of Nittybits: http://nittybits.blogspot.nl/2013/01/sunburst-granny-square-blanket-tutorial.html) and the edging is by Color n Cream (see pattern for edging here: http://colorncream.blogspot.com.au/2013/11/something-old.html