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7/15/2015 10:41:04 pm
Love the brown one. On my list to try... After I finish my current projects. :-)
8/3/2015 10:09:08 am
Definitely not, Patricia! Thank you for stopping by.
Hannie van Staden
7/16/2015 04:23:07 am
It looks very nice
8/3/2015 10:16:40 am
7/21/2015 12:40:18 am
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8/3/2015 10:18:26 am
Thank you Jenneke, that's very sweet of you!
8/1/2015 09:54:07 pm
This Granny square is lovely! Thank you so much! I will add to my list :)
8/3/2015 10:19:42 am
Great to hear that you like it! Thanks for stopping by.
8/13/2015 10:26:45 am
Thank you so much!
8/11/2015 06:37:52 am
8/11/2015 10:42:42 am
Thanks for sharing
10/14/2015 02:08:18 pm
These granny squares are really beautiful, I'm going to try to make some. I only normally do one type of stitch for squares and am not good at following a pattern for crotchet but these are too nice, will have to try to make some.
10/26/2015 03:16:04 pm
Thank you so much for the lovely comment, and I hope you do try this! It's always nice to learn something new x
10/21/2015 02:32:44 pm
Hi Eline! Your squares are beautiful. I think what makes them so special and neat is the cotton yarn. I haven't used it before so I definately will be buying some to make a blanket with your beautiful squares. Thank you for sharing your talent!
10/26/2015 03:19:12 pm
Nnnnaw that is such a sweet comment, thank you! Cotton yarn is amazing and if you've never tried it you should definitely have a go. I'd recommend you do a bit of research before you buy any, or go have a chat with your local yarn shop. Some are soft, some not so much. Some are shiny, some are matte. Some have a reputation for splitting easily, others don't! Ravelry has lots of yarn reviews x
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