On Tuesday, I mailed a total of 40 six inch crochet blocks to the Binky Patrol in Arizona as part of the Crochetlist April charity challenge. I shared the first nine blocks two weeks ago, the next 17 last week, and three bullion stitch blocks on Sunday, so today I have 11 to show off.
These three squares were rescued from my stash, where I had forgotten all about them after placing them in plastic page protectors as classroom samples. I adjusted the squares to meet the size requirements. All three designs are from 200 Crochet Blocks for Blankets, Throws, and Afghans: Crochet Squares to Mix and Match by Jan Eaton.
The rest of my projects were based on patterns I found online.
This has been a fun project and I’ve used up a lot of stash acrylic yarn. I tried to use a range of colors so the squares could be used in projects for boys or girls.
What’s your all time favorite granny square pattern resource? I’m thinking about future granny projects already so I’d love to hear about your favorite websites, books, or designers!
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