Not sure if that is the collective term for crochet granny squares, but it will do for this post. There's a photograph in there of my paternal Grandmother - she's the one to blame - she taught me to crochet!
You can also see my crochet hook - she gave me it when I was learning and I've used it ever since. I think of her when I pick it up. She must have had amazing patience to teach me to crochet. We visited every Sunday and I can remember her saying, "Right Lisbeth, lets see if you can remember how we do this."
I finished my blue blanket and gave it an edge of bright red. Love it!
I've been making different sizes of squares from all my odd bits of yarn. Don't have enough of any one colour to edge the squares yet. I'll have to wait till the shops re-open to see what colour I want to use and buy some yarn. I don't mind, I'm enjoying just sitting doing some crochet. Also using up my yarn stash - really pleased at how much it has reduced!
While one of my Grannies taught me to crochet, I blame my maternal Grandmother for my love of vintage china! I would help her clean her display cabinet when I was young. You can see a photograph of her and her china cabinet in a previous post here.
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