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How to Crochet a Solid Granny Square

How to Crochet a Solid Granny Square

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Left Handed Granny Square Jumper Crochet Pattern and the… Scrap Granny Hooded Jacket Crochet Pattern Learn how to crochet these granny square projects. The crochet granny square can be used in many crochet projects. Read the crochet pattern to crochet the correct size crochet granny square for your project.
For the crochet afghan you will need the book… The Best of Maggie Weldon Crochet Afghans The Best of Maggie Weldon Crochet Afghans LA3859-M – 36 Crochet pattern afghans Designs “Delightfully diverse” is the phrase that best describes this treasure troves of crochet throws by crochet designer Maggie Weldon. Featuring an amazing assortment of 36 Crochet Afghans, this crochet collection showcases Maggie’s talent for creating a variety of designs that appeal to a wide audience .Any of these terrific throws will be ideal for adding a splash of color and a touch of warmth to your decor. And since our simple instructions and color photography will help you sail though each project, you may also want to make a few to give as gifts.
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Maggie Weldon Bio:
Crochet designer and publisher Maggie Weldon from has spent over 45 years crocheting and 30 years designing crochet patterns. She started Maggie’s Crochet in 1981 and in 1997. Fast forward 30 years, has become the largest all-crochet site on line, with thousands of crochet patterns and hundreds of free patterns.
In 2007, Maggie started a gorgeous line of hand made pottery using old & new lace and porcelain clay. Maggie Weldon Lace Pottery has been featured in Southern Living and Victoria magazines and is carried all over the United States. Visit to see her designs. was started Jan 2011. Hundreds of free crochet patterns are posted on this site including the 2011 Dishcloth-a-Day Challenge.
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