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{A Granny a Day...}

I 've decided to crochet a granny aquare pillow cushion. To be honest this was an unfinished project, and finally (!!) I decided to complete it. Blair has made a fantastic granny pillow, using her own round granny squares, which become rectangle as sewn together. Amazing isn't it?
The Round Granny Squares
Round 1
Round 2
 Round 3
Round 4 - A happy Granny Square
So far so good. I made 16 squares in total which will be attached together using the sc method. I think I like it the most! For the back side I'm going to crochet a large granny square and attach it to the front. I still haven't decided on which method I'll use for that, but I'm open to ideas!:)

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  1. I've tried to make a granny blanket but failed miserably. I think that if I would be more smart I would have done the pillow first, this one is starting to look excellent, not to mention the bright vibrant colors. I usually stitch mine together with simple single crochet stitch.

    Good luck and I can't wait to see the final result!

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    1. Thanks Sara! I'm thinking of using the same joining method!

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  2. Those squares are lovely! The colors are sweet:) thanks for sharing!
    How do you take so bright pictures?

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    1. Thanks!!

      I use good lighting! Perhaps I will share a tutorial soon!

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  3. Tania, I have this same project on my to-do list! Loving your pieces so far. :)
    ♥♥♥
    monmakesthings

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  4. Oh my, these colors look so fabulous! Perfect colors to welcome Spring! :)

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  5. Lovely squares! So colorful I'm making the same for my blanket.
    Great job and looking forward to see the final result.
    Anna

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  6. Using a large granny square on the back sounds interesting. I can't wait to see how it turns out.

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  7. Preciosos los colores,es una buena forma de empezar con el almuadón gran idea gracias

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