Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Grannies Galore


Work progresses on the granny square building site.


I'm building up a nice collection of squares in my basket ... but what should I do with them?


I'll just admire them for a while, then.

10 comments:

Maria said...

Great photos - the colours are so appealing

Sandi Marshall said...

I enjoyed seeing your photos here of your colorful granny squares. I included a link to this post in a "What Are Crocheters Saying Worldwide About Granny Squares?" post that I did today on my blog at www.sandimarshall.com

My post that I included a link to your blog on is on this web page: http://www.sandimarshall.com/what-are-crocheters-saying-worldwide-about-granny-squares/

It includes links to posts about granny squares that were all posted on May 25, 2010 by crocheters in various countries.

Ruth Marie said...

Hello - I'm new to your blog so thought I'd introduce myself - lovely Grannies you have there!!! x

glor said...

Can't wait to see what you do with these colorful grannies, but I have to say they make a lovely display as they are in the basket. So pretty!

Erica said...

Absolutely nothing wrong with just admiring your grannies for a bit, while thinking about what to do with them. I love them in that basket!

Paul & Carla said...

Thinking out of the box a bit, what about a Granny Garland? Something to cheer up a too boring corner, perhaps? (Honestly, I know nothing about your decorating style. And honestly again, a Granny Garland is not MY decorating style... but... hey, it just popped out of nowhere!)

pip said...

Oooh... they're so pretty!... could they make part of a knit/crochet garden?... just been watching the Chelsea Flower Show and wondering why there's no knitted/crochet gardens?

pray4fergus said...

Love your writing. Love your crocheting. Good crocheting is hard to find. Good writing, even harder. Glad to read what you say and will visit you often. Can't wait to see your grannys come together.

pip said...

btw love the yarn pics... would be interested to know what camera you're using?

The Gingerbread Lady said...

Hello Pip,
These were taken with my 'baby', a Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ38. I can recommend it; simple to use, lots of settings to experiment with, and lovely colour representation!