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Grannies Galore!

Ta Dah!

18
 colours

468
   grannies!


Just some ends to sew in
(still no volunteers I see)



Followed by a pretty white border round each one.
And sew them all together!!!!!!
Best I get cracking.
Hope you're having a good week.
Love
♥Sue♥

Comments

  1. My, oh my, oh my Sue!! you are a tease with all those gorgeous grannies. Can't wait to see progress pics x

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  2. Wow sue , that's a lot of gorgeous squares ....looking forward to seeing your progress.
    Jacquie x

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  3. Goodness me, thats a lot of crochet, can't wait to see the blanket finish, its gonna be amazing :)
    Karen x

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  4. Oh my... what a lovely sight,all those squares. And a lot of work, I am curious at the final result:)

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  5. Thanks ladies! I can't wait to finish it either it's going to keep me nice and snug on my sofa. However it's one of those filler projects, you know just for fun, so other things push it out of the way! Hopefully it will be done before the end of the winter!!!!! xxxx

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  6. Love love these. I've made this pattern style myself and it's my fave.

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    1. It's a really relaxing project I'm loving it!

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  7. I love the look of your squares and I bet they are going to look gorgeous once they are all sewn together :)

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    1. They will, I can't wait even though I know it's going to take AGES LOL! Maybe next time I'll try a join as you go method.

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