We had a lovely Easter spent with family and I would like to thank everyone who remembered and sent their best wishes!
I appreciate it!
Since Good Friday and the Second Day of Easter are non-working days in my country, we had 4 nice and long days to celebrate, relax and make memories.
In the quiet and lazy afternoons I mingled with my yarn and made anklets and headbands and flowers. I even had a blind date with a granny square. The thing is that I like to collect granny square schematics. I have a ton of granny square books and mags, still I want to rummage through the internet and search for "new" ones. Googling, I found the one above. I never click the link to see the result in yarn and always work on the color composition I imagined for that particular granny. I have lots of grannies made this way and maybe one day I'll join them into a blankie - it'll surely be a motley scene.
The search for a granny square results from an impulse of mine to make a blanket as a gift for a newborn baby and although I am highly inclined to use the African flower pattern for it, I still cannot shake off the grannies as an attractive choice for a blanket.
For the granny in the pictures, I followed the pattern until the 4th round where I made two chains instead of a dc for the corners. Did the same for the 5th round.
Visit my granny board here for more inspiration.
Enjoy your week!