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11/6/2014 02:53:06 pm
What an absolutely gorgeous square! I've pinned your beautiful design to my Pinterest Board - thanks so much for sharing! Marianne xx
11/7/2014 03:50:59 am
Thank you for your lovely comment! Glad you like it x
1/30/2015 07:14:02 pm
your triple puff granny is awsome very lovely thanks for shareing
2/13/2015 04:22:54 am
Thank you Deanna!
1/31/2015 01:52:41 am
https://www.facebook.com/jennekevm her i have linked youre beautifull pattern x jenneke
2/13/2015 04:23:32 am
Thank you so much for sharing my pattern Jenneke, I really appreciate it x
2/13/2015 04:24:33 am
I'm so pleased you found the pictures helpful, and do let me know how your square turns out if you try it!
2/2/2015 12:31:30 pm
This is absolutely gorgeous. I adore it! Thank you for sharing.
2/13/2015 04:25:27 am
Thank you so much, that's lovely to know :-)
2/3/2015 10:04:37 am
It's beautiful! Thanks for sharing!
2/13/2015 04:26:02 am
Thank you so much for your lovely comment!
2/6/2015 01:59:43 am
how do you make a puff?
2/13/2015 04:27:39 am
Hi Karen, here is a link to instructions on how to make a puff stitch: http://www.crochetguru.com/crochet-puff-stitch.html
2/13/2015 03:49:12 am
LOVE this! The colours are so nice! Going to try this pattern! Thanks for sharing.
2/13/2015 04:26:44 am
Glad you like it Elvira, and let me know how it turns out for you!
2/17/2015 12:53:44 pm
Absolutely beautiful...so calming! Will you share the patterns for the rest of the squares? I am fighting 3 autoimmune disorders...which is very inconvenient. Lol. I spend a lot of time crocheting for the church shawl ministry, but I would like to make a lap blanket for myself. :-) If you do not wish to share the patterns, I certainly understand. Have a great day.
2/18/2015 02:25:03 am
Thank you for getting in touch Judy. I can't believe you have all of that to battle! I admire your sense of humour in the face of it...
2/23/2015 03:06:27 am
This is lovely. How do I print it off or save?
3/5/2015 03:25:55 am
Hi Helen, I'm afraid the pattern is currently not printable so you'd need to save/bookmark the webpage. However, I am working on making this and my other patterns downloadable and printable, so please bear with me! Thanks for stopping by.
3/1/2015 03:42:51 pm
I really love this square, It is beautiful. I would love to get the patterns for the other squares as well I would like to make this afghan.
3/5/2015 03:26:50 am
The next post I have planned is a roundup of all the patterns I've used for the green squares, so do visit again soon!
3/8/2015 02:23:50 am
Love the clear instructions and your photography is fantastic! Thanks very much indeed.
4/22/2015 03:19:08 am
Thank you so much for your lovely comment! Much appreciated.
3/10/2015 03:31:01 am
I would like to make this granny square with Red Heart Super Saver yarn and wanted to know if I used a 5.5mm hook how big would the square be? Looking to make a 10 inch square….. TIA
3/10/2015 08:48:00 am
I think you would end up with a square that is just short of 10", but it would be easy to add another row (or two) of standard granny square trebles. In other words, repeat rows 6 and 7 until you get to the size you want. Hope that helps!
3/11/2015 05:39:48 am
I saw one of your granny squares at Mooglyblog.com on a Hookin On Hump Day post and followed it to your lovely blog. I have never seen the color scheme you designed your blog with, AND used in this fabulous pattern (really? It's your first? Wow! Congratulate yourself on a job very well done!) and the blanket this square will go in! Its so soothing! And the blanket squares? I just love the colors! I'd have never thought of it, so thank you so much for sharing your progress, and your first granny square pattern with us!
4/22/2015 03:18:20 am
Oh Maschelle you know how to make a girl feel warm and fluffy! Thank you so much for your lovely words. I'm a little obsessed with this colour scheme, so it's really nice to know someone else out there likes it too :-)
3/13/2015 07:07:59 pm
Absolutely Gorgeous! From the colors to the individual squares! Simply stunning. Thank you for sharing, I hope to make this one day.
4/16/2015 10:14:16 am
I'm new to crocheting and I spent about 4 hours the other night teaching myself the stitches for this pattern and completing my first square!! I absolutely love it. I'm debating now whether to complete a full blanket with this one pattern or offset it with one other pattern. -Any suggestions? If I do use another pattern I'd use the #6 from your chart or a simple granny square. Any help/advice would be appreciated! As it's my first blanket I don't want to spend a lot of time working on something I'll regret later!!
4/22/2015 03:15:17 am
It's so lovely to know you taught yourself crochet just to make this! Well done, it's not an easy one to start with.
4/18/2015 08:12:30 am
Beautiful and the colores are so nice
4/22/2015 09:59:47 am
Hey, I'm trying to make a granny square blanket similar to yours using different squares. Struggling to find different patterns so all my squares come out the same size, if I use the same hook an yarn will they come out the same?
4/23/2015 04:27:10 am
Hi Ashley, using the same hook and yarn does help, but that's not all there is to it. What matters is the stitch count - if you want identical squares you must end up with the same number of stitches on the final row of each pattern. This is quite difficult to ensure as granny square patterns don't tend to include stitch counts! There is a way around it though: use a joining method that allows you to skip a stitch here and there if you have one square that has a higher stitch count than the other. This is a very good tutorial on how to use such a method: http://www.lookatwhatimade.net/crafts/yarn/crochet/crochet-tutorials/joining-crochet-squares-part-4-joining-crochet-squares-different-stitch-counts/
6/8/2015 08:44:17 am
I love this pattern! And beautiful colors! I would love to see the patterns for the other squares you posted with this. I'm looking to make a baby blanket. :) I'm due in August!
6/17/2015 03:27:49 am
Hi Sierra, I'm so glad you like this pattern! The rest of the squares are listed in this post: http://www.pastaandpatchwork.com/home/crochet-meets-patchwork-afghan-green-granny-squares-pattern-round-up
love the square but I don't know how to make the puff stitch and I thought you would show how to make it for those of us who might be beginners
6/16/2015 08:41:36 am
6/17/2015 03:35:00 am
Here is a link to instructions on how to make a puff stitch: http://www.crochetguru.com/crochet-puff-stitch.html
7/7/2015 04:37:47 pm
How do you join these together? I've made the squares but I don't find any YouTube videos on how to join this kind of granny square. Thank you. Lovely pattern.
7/8/2015 06:45:29 am
Hi Lena, have a look at this site for a useful photo tutorial: http://carinascraftblog.wardi.dk/2009/06/granny-square-joining-tutorial.html
8/8/2015 07:57:24 pm
I made the square....loved it...just tweaked the color order some to fit the project I'm working on.
9/28/2015 03:02:33 pm
Lovely pattern. Nice combination of colors. The pictures and instructions are very clear to follow. Thanks for sharing.
11/2/2015 11:59:05 pm
This is such a beautiful pattern! I actually can't wait to get home from work to try some of your squares. I love all things crochet and think your color choices for this are perfect!
12/28/2015 06:01:28 pm
The instructions need to be written in the traditional way. Row 4 and on need to be explained more. A beginner will have no idea what to do. There is no such thing as a "standing" stitch. A Triple Crochet (TR) is a Triple Crochet and a Double Crochet is a Double Crochet.
1/2/2016 02:00:30 pm
I'm sorry to hear my pattern is written in a way that you're not keen on. Having had a careful read through it again, however, I don't think it needs to be rewritten. I've explained each step clearly and any unusual or difficult stitches are referenced. If you get stuck with it at any point, you can always contact me directly for help.
1/2/2016 09:07:13 pm
I think this pattern is lovely and got through round 4 no problem, but I am struggling to read the pattern on round 5. To be fair, it is probably a me problem, as I learned with video tutorials, but I'm hoping you can clarify. When you say TC (DC) 1, what does that mean? To me, it says treble crochet (double crochet) 1, but it doesn't make sense to me. Two stitches does not equal one, lol
1/11/2016 03:29:53 pm
Hi Shelena, it's great to know you like the pattern. As it says in the notes, the terms before the brackets are UK, and the terms inside the brackets are US. If you are more familiar with UK terms. therefore, just ignore everything inside the brackets!
1/15/2016 09:52:17 pm
Thank you so much for including the US terminology right in the pattern! Your instructions are very clear and the design is gorgeous!😍. I'm going to give it a shot.
2/7/2016 07:28:09 pm
Hi! I love this pattern on triple puff granny square! I wondering, i am a swedish blogger who crochet alot and I wonder if it is okey for you if I translate your pattern to swedish and of course link to your blog. Have a nice day!
2/22/2016 12:19:51 pm
Hi Susanne! I'm so glad you like this pattern enough to want to translate it. Yes, you may translate it into Swedish as long as you add "original pattern by Eline Alcocer at www.emmyandlien.com" (I´m moving to a new blog soon!) and link as appropriate at the start and end of the post. Would you mind sending me the link to your post when it´s ready? I'll be sure to share it. Thanks!
2/10/2016 06:48:35 am
Hi I love your pattern can you please tell me what brand of yarn you used.
2/10/2016 11:31:00 am
Hi Jaime, I'm so glad you like the pattern. All the details on the yarn and colours are in the notes at the top of the pattern.
2/16/2016 08:52:44 pm
this is beautiful I hope I can do it. thank you for offering it to us all :)
3/3/2016 12:50:00 am
I found a perfect afghan to make for my sofa. I had to wait until I moved so I would be cat-free. Have found some other beautiful squares which I have included. And now I found yours. My afghan has grown enough to make a small lapghan for the love seat. So beautiful and your colors are perfect. Thank you.
3/3/2016 11:37:56 pm
GRACCIAS X COMPARTIR BESOS
3/27/2016 08:25:29 pm
I love your sqaures. LOVE I was planning on using this pattern for a blanket ibwas going to try to sell. I know you said to just put your info in there but I wanted to know if there's anything else. I have zero desire to claim this lol. So in love with your patterns please make more!!!!!!!!!
5/16/2016 05:27:09 pm
Hello ...your square crochet makes me feel "the peace" that i take in my stressful days ... Thank you for sharing your beautiful work ... I wanted to be here in Brazil these lines and wool that you do your work :) ... Good week and thank you so much again. :)
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