Fri. Feb 23rd, 2024
Granny Square - Simple Waves

My only complaint with this block is that it’s not possible to carry the yarn up the sides of the work as it is in knitting. Even though I usually work the ends in as I go, by crocheting over them for 5 or 6 stitches, I still find it tedious to have to do so.

If I were to make something using only this block I would be inclined to either make much larger blocks or use it as an overall pattern. Apart from that minor adjustment, it is a very enjoyable pattern. It comes from “100 Bright and Colourful Granny Squares to Mix and Match” by Leonie Morgan on page 64. The first version in my old colour palette can be found here.

By CJ

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