365 Days of Granny Squares Week 3

What I learned this week?


Day 17

Petals are no fun, just sayin.


Well, I learned that it is getting harder and harder to choose a featured square. But I settled on the starburst effect for this weeks’ feature anyway.

I learned that I could create a sunflower but the petals are the devil to work up.

And I had seen this type square before but couldn’t figure out how they did it.


Day 16

Reminds me of a jigsaw puzzle.


Not to say that I would be able to do it again without Nadia telling me, but I know with Nadia leading, I can make it. Check out last week’s squares.

Nadia 365 Squares found on Yarnutopia by Nadia Fuad. (https://yarnutopia.com/365-days-of-granny-squares/  It is cool to be able to do new takes on the traditional granny square.

Oh yeah, I also learned that we aren’t even finished with one month and I need a bigger tote!

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11 thoughts on “365 Days of Granny Squares Week 3

  1. Wow! Each one just keeps getting cooler and more mesmerizing with your color schemes. 🙂

  2. wow! you’re just going to town on these.

  3. These are getting so beautiful!! A bigger tote indeed and of course more yarn! Keep these posts coming I am hooked on wanting to see more

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  5. You do a beautiful job! One of these days I may take up crocheting again.

    • Thank you very much. I hadn’t crocheted in many years until a few years back. It has been good therapy for me to finish projects for my family and friends. You should start again. All it takes is a new skein of yarn to get you hooked again. (now I know the real reason they call them hooks) Have a blessed day.

  6. Yours really are beautiful! I know about the tote problem!

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