Wednesday, July 13, 2011

granny square scarf

#14 is a granny square scarf. With an H hook, I made 11 three-round grannies, joined them with a continuous join, and then added two more rounds of edging. In other words, three round grannies and three rounds of edging.

Finished size is 6" x 56 1/2".  The trick in this one was to get within the required size knowing that a good part of that would be edging. I'm happy to say I was successful in that.

The squares were about 3 1/2" individually.

The next one will be blue squares with a red border. I've already got 8 squares made. :-)

 I didn't get to watch any more of the Lily Chin video today as I had to take my dog to the vet. He's had his yearly checkup with the added bonus of a flea allergy. Treating that with antihistamines, anti-inflammatory, and topical flea stuff. He's been on heartworm/flea pills since a puppy.

Anyway, I digress. This one is easy if you know how to make granny squares.

Happy crocheting!


  1. Very nice, you're smoking with the number of red and blue you're cranking out for your state's Special Olympics. By, the need to see post for today, I link here, and thought you'd like to see how your suggestion is working, though I had discounted it initially as something I didn't want to do, etc. Take a looky Sandy's Space

  2. Looking forward to seeing the companion piece in opposite colors!

  3. Thanks! I got sidetracked today with other things, but I'll get to it. :-)