• Crochet Patterns

    Rainbow Circle Granny Square

    Do you like colourful granny squares? When it comes to colours, the sky is the limit. How to find the right combination? When you look at your skeins separately, at first, you might not see their full potential. It might even happen that the colour you loved earlier is not what you pictured once you use it in your project. So the best idea is to dry different colour combinations until you find the perfect match.  As I love playing with colours myself, this time, I decided to introduce a bit of rainbow into my new granny square. Pattern: by Tally’s Crafts Recommended yarn: Scheepjes Catona Recommended hook size: 3.5mm…

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    Rainbow Pops Granny Square

    What I like about granny squares is the infinite number of colour variations. Even if you use the same pattern, by using various shades of yarn, you can turn your project into something unique. This particular eight-round granny square was so much fun to make. It’s super easy and allows you to use a lot of different colour combinations. Pattern: by Tally’s Crafts Recommended yarn: Scheepjes Catona Recommended hook size: 3.5mm Finished size: approx. 11cm Abbreviations (US terms) sc – single crochet hdc – half double crochet dc – double crochet tr – treble fpsc – front post single crochet fphdc – front post half double crochet fpdc – front…

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    Forget-Me-Not Granny Square

    “Earth laughs in flowers” – said Ralph Waldo Emerson, and he was right, life without flowers would be dull and meaningless. They not only bring joy and happiness but also cheer up regardless of the circumstances. I guess that those characteristic tiny blue flowers with a tinge yellow in the centre are well known to most of us. In the olden days, forget-me-nots were quite popular and omnipresent in most gardens. Unfortunately, at present, they are rather hard to find and often unappreciated. Whenever I see them growing somewhere, their sight brings back some pleasant memories as my grandmother always had lots of them in her garden. This particular granny…