Sunday, March 23, 2014

Primavera Flowers Granny Square Tutorial




I think it's time for another tutorial! I'm so glad that you liked my previous tutorial for Teddy Bear Granny Square.



For this granny square, as for my Primavera flowers baby blanket I used 100% cotton yarn 125m/50gr called "Golf" manufactured by St. George, and 3.5 mm crochet hook.

The tutorial is written in U.S. terms.



Stitches you will use:
Single crochet - sc
Half double crochet - hdc
Double crochet - dc
Treble (or triple) crochet - tr
Slip stitch - sl st

Special stitches:
Popcorn stitch
3 double cluster stitch (dc3tog)



So, grab your favorite hook and some yarn because we're going to start!



We'll start by making a magic ring and chain 4 (picture 1),

Make dc, then chain 1 in the ring (picture 2)



Make 6 more dc in ring, with 1 chain between each one. When you finish the last dc, make chain 1 - you should have 8 stitches in total (picture 3)

Pull tail yarn and close the ring (picture 4)



Slip stitch into the first chain space - between chain 4 and first dc, (picture 5) Cut the yarn and pull it through stitch.

Now, we're going to make our first Popcorn stitch - attach a new color into any of the chain spaces, then chain 3 (picture 6)



Make 4 dc in the same chain space - you should have 5 stitches (picture 7),

Drop the loop from your hook, insert the hook from front to back through the first chain space (between chain 3 and first dc), grab the dropped loop with your hook (picture 8) and pull it through the stitch



Chain 3 (picture 9)

Now, we'll begin our second Popcorn stitch by making dc in the next chain space (picture 10)



Make 4 more dc in the same chain space - you should have 5 stitches (picture 11),

then again, drop the lop from your hook, insert hook from front to back in the top of the first dc of group (indicated by the arrow in picture 11), grab the dropped loop with your hook and pull it through the stitch, then make chain 3 (picture 12)



Continue in this way, around the circle, making 1 Popcorn stitch in each chain space, with 3 chains between each Popcorn stitch. After you finish the last Popcorn stitch, make chain 3. End round with slip stitch in the top stitch of the first Popcorn stitch (picture 13)

Now we're going to make a Cluster stitch. Insert a new color in any chain 3 space (between 2 Popcorn stitches), and chain 3 (picture 14)



Now we'll make an "incomplete dc" - yarn over, insert hook in the same chain 3 space, yarn over and pull up loop (you should have 3 loops on hook), yarn over, draw the yarn through 2 loops on the hook - now you have 2 loops on the hook (picture 15)

Repeat the preceding step by making another incomplete dc - You should end up with 3 loops on the hook (picture 16)



To complete Cluster stitch, yarn over and draw the yarn through all 3 loops on the hook. You've just made your first 3 double cluster. (picture 17)

Chain 2 (picture 18)



We should make another cluster stitch in the same chain 3 space between 2 Popcorn stitches - so, make 3 incomplete dc (as it is explained in picture 15) - this time you should have 4 loops on the hook (picture 19)

To complete Cluster stitch - yarn over and draw the yarn through all 4 loops on the hook, then chain 2 (picture 20)



Continue in this way, making 2 clusters in each chain 3 space, with 2 chains between each one, until you get round to the beginning. You should have 16 clusters. Make chain 2 after last cluster you made (picture 21)

To finish the row, make a slip stitch into the first chain 2 space - between 2 clusters (picture 22)



We're going to make the background now. Insert a new color in any chain 2 space (between 2 clusters), then chain 3 (picture 23)

dc in the same space (picture 24)



3 hdc in next chain space (picture 25)

3 dc in next chain space (picture 26)



Now, in the next chain space, we're going to make a corner. You need to make 3 trebles, chain 2 and then make another 3 trebles into the same chain space (picture 27)

3 dc in next space; 3 hdc in next space; 3 dc in next space; then another corner - 3 tr, chain 2, 3 tr in next space (picture 28)



3 dc in next space; 3 hdc in next space; 3 dc in next space; 3 tr, chain 2, 3 tr in next space (picture 29)

and repeat one more time 3 dc in next space; 3 hdc in next space; 3 dc in next space; 3 tr, chain 2, 3 tr in next space (picture 30)



To finish our last row, we should make 1 dc into the same space where we made our first chain of 3 (picture 31) We are not going to do slip stitch. Instead, we're going to make an invisible join.

Cut the yarn and pull it through the stitch. Thread a needle. Skip the beginning chain 3, and insert the needle under both loops (front & back) of the next stitch from back to front, as it is shown in the picture 32, and pull it through



insert the needle back into the last stitch you made - through back loop only, from front to back - as it is shown in the picture 33 and pull it through

And there it is, your Primavera flowers granny square! (picture 34)



It was easy. Wasn't it?



Hope you liked and enjoyed this tutorial. I really tried this tutorial to be easy to follow and understand, even for beginners, but if you encounter any mistake or problem with it, please let me know in the comments.

You can find more of my patterns and step-by-step tutorials here.

175 comments:

  1. Love your tutorials. Your photos are so beautiful. I am going to try a cushion and then maybe later on a blanket. You have chosen such delicious colors. Thank you for the pattern. Have a great week ahead.
    Regards

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  2. It is gorgeous! The perfect Spring project. Thank you for making this great tutorial.

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  3. It is beautiful. Thank you for sharing.
    I wish you a nice week.

    Lisa

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  4. I'd like to see the Primavera Tutorial. It is gorgeous!
    Kay

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  5. This is nothing short of magnificent and THANK YOU sooooo much for taking the time and effort to write this up and share it! I can't wait to start this! Your photos are indeed just lovely! Many thanks for your kindness! Annette

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  6. Thank you so much for sharing your talent! I love this pattern so much! Your color choices are brilliant!

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  7. Love it♡♥♡♥

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  8. In love with the flowers dear !! And thank u so much for your efforts to put down this tutorial !!!
    Hugs !

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  9. Thanks for breaking it down into step by step clear instructions! Thank you for sharing so much of your time and creativity in such a wonderful manner. God bless you always.

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  10. Thank you. It's great!

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  11. Beautiful! thank you so much for the tutorial.

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  12. wow, this is so beautiful! bookmarking for later! :)

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  13. Beautiful! Thank you for sharing the tutorial! I will try it soon.

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  14. Love these squares and the tutorial you've put together here is fantastic - luminously clear and easy to follow. Thank you so very much. May just have to make another bag now hot on the heels of the last one! E x

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  15. Muchas gracias por compartir. Muy bonita la manta, cuando acabe la de ositos hare esta de primavera.
    Saludos.

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  16. Grazie !E' bellissimo !
    Maddalena

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  17. What a gorgeous square, thank you for sharing! :)
    V x

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  18. Thanks for the tutorial! I really love your blog! Beautiful colour combinations used and so much nice things you made!

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  19. Such a beautiful blanket, the cotton really gives definition to your stitches. You have inspired me to make this! Thank you. J

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  20. So beautiful! And what a good tutorial. I feel I probably need to make a Primavera cushion! Thank you for sharing! Anna x

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  21. Terrific tutorial and pattern. Thank you very much!! ♥

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  22. Thanks so much for this pattern tutorial...so beautiful and easy to understand. I love working with cotton also especially on something that I invest time and money on because it will last so much longer and not pill up like acrylic yarn tends to do.

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  23. Thank you, thank you, thank you! I can't wait to start! x

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  24. Very pretty!!! ♥ Thanks for sharing & have a nice day :-)
    Nata

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  25. Thank you. They look lovely

    Patricia x ( pats-ditjes-en-datjes.blogspot.be )

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  26. Love this pattern...thanks so much for the tutorial! I have one simple question tho...how big are the squares?

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    1. Thanks for not forgetting us beginners . You have very nice instructions and pictures !!!

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  27. Thank you for taking the time to put together an incredible tutorial. I've been wanting to try the invisible join but just couldn't get it figured out. Your instructions are perfect! Really like your color choices!

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  28. Bonjour,

    je vous remercie pour le tutoriel.
    Je vous souhaite une très bonne journée

    Talie

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  29. Thank you so much for sharing. I'm definitely going to try making the blanket and also the cushion. I love your use of colors.

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  30. gracias por compartir me gusta mucho su lindo trabajo

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  31. too beautiful, thanks so much for sharing

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  32. Thank you. Really nice to follow your instructions :-)

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  33. You have a wonderful and inspiring blog here and your tutorials are explained and photographed so well, thank you so much for sharing! Joy

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  34. You are so kind - thanks for putting this tutorial together!

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  35. Que bonito me encanta el crochet , me quedo de seguidora .
    Besos Rosa !!
    http://lavidaenrosayblanco.blogspot.com.es/

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  36. LINDOS TRABALHOS ME ENCANTO COM CROCHE elvira .drager@gmail.com

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  37. Both your tutorial as your square look great!! Thanks for sharing.

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  38. Hermosos q buena combinación de colores.. Gracias!!!

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  39. Beautiful crochet thank you for sharing x

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  41. Thank You for this tutorial and you are awesome for sharing it too.I would like to know which kind of yarn you have used ,is it Fine or Superfine yarn.I hope i am not sounding too stupid.Thank you so much again.

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    1. I'd like to know this too, if i know the weight of the yarn I can find a suitable alternative that I can get hold of. Thank you.

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    2. I was told that Cascade Ultra Pima was a good substitute. I am using it. Beautiful colors. Hope this helps you.

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  42. Un grand merci pour ces explications en photos. J'aime beaucoup ces petites fleurs au crochets

    Bonne et belle journée

    Talie

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  43. Beautiful squares , thank you for the tutorial, just found your blog it's lovely. :)

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  44. wonderful squares, thanks alot for the tutorial.

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  45. Wunderschöne Grannys! Danke für die Anleitung!
    Liebe Grüße Petra

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  46. Thanks for sharing your beautiful creations. Much respect.

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  47. Thank you so much for this wonderful pattern and tutorial. I absolutely love the colors and the look of the yarn. What yarn did you use?
    New follower on here and Facebook!

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    1. Scratch my yarn question!! Found it on the re-read! Thanks, again!

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  48. I am from the US. Do you know how I can purchase St. George yarn?

    My email address is carol@spider-electronics.com

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  49. Thank you for a great tutorial.

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  50. Hi Dragana! Love your blanket! The flower square is gorgeous, thanks a lot for the tutorial! ciao :::Silvia

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  51. Omg, that´s absolutely lovely! Such a wonderful blanket ♥
    Thank you so much for sharing the tutorial, perfect explain that´s why I share it on my fan page ^^
    Have a nice day!

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  52. Thanks so much for sharing your awesome tutorial! Love your color choices ! :)

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  53. Easy, spiegazioni facili, fatto in 20 minuti. Naturalmente bellissimo!! Ciao.

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  54. I found the yarn you use........now where to buy it. Help!!! Thanks.

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  55. How did you attach the squares together? and the border stitch please? Thank you.

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  56. Your work is beautiful, great tutorials. I came across your page from another post who had posted a picture of her completed afghan and gave your blog as the site for the tutorial. Thank you for sharing.

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  57. Wonderful tutorial! Thank si for sharing! I'll try to make it as soon as possible.

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  58. I love it. Even I AM DOING ONE DIFFERENT COLORS

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  59. Tienes un blog hermoso y tus trabajos me inspiran mucha ternura.Cariños!

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  60. You work and your teaching tutorials are truly a work of art. What edging did you use? This is absolutely stunning!! Thank you so very much!

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  61. I just love this yarn but I"m having trouble finding a place to purchase St. George yarn...... Help from anyone who knows.......?? Thanks!

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  62. Thank you for the lovely pattern. I am a beginner and got a little confused about the cluster stitch. the first 3 cluster stitch ended with three loops and the second with four loops. I was not sure if the remaining clusters were all four loops or if I was to continue with the first cluster in each chain stitch should be three and then four. does this make any sense. ? It may be just the first cluster is different from the rest. Thank you for any reply from anyone.

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  63. Thank you very much for the tutorial on making this square. It was so easy following your pictures. Have you done a tutorial on putting the squares together? I would like to learn how to crochet them together or however you put them together. Thank you !

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  64. Beautiful!!! I loved it, I will try this soon!
    Thank you from Chile :)

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  65. So beautiful! I'm sure to try! Thank You from Finland!

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  66. This is just stunning! Thank you so much for sharing. Can you please tell me how you did the edge of your blanket? I just love the way that sets off all those lovely squares :-)

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  67. love this project. how do you join them?

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  68. Hi, I just love this. I started making the flowers and they pile up nicely. Did you use the jaygo method or something different? I am making this for my daughter's grad present.

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  69. Hi I'm trying to figure out how much yarn to acquire and was wondering if you know how much each square weighs or how much yarn you've used of each for the baby blanket.
    kind regards
    Karoline, Denmark

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  70. Thank you for sharing. Lovely to see flowers on a gloomy winter day in Toowoomba Australia :)

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  71. Beautiful pattern and very easy to understand tutorial - thank you! One thing I would love to know is how you tidy away all the colour strings that hang out at the end of all the crocheting. I find it takes sooo long to tidy up the threads afterwards and sometimes they seem to pop out again so it puts me off using multi colours like that. Could you perhaps show us how you tidy up the threads? Thank you! :)

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  72. Do you have a website with more patterns we can subscribe to?

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  73. It really is lovely, how many different colours from the range of yarn did you use, trying to find an alternative yarn in England, as I would really like to have a go at making this beautiful blanket.

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  74. Thank you for taking the time and effort to prepare such a thorough tutorial! As an ongoing beginner I really appreciate it when I see a step-by-step picture tutorial like you've done. Your work and color choice is lovely ~ thank you so much for sharing it with us!
    Lisa in Portland, Oregon, USA :-)

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  75. Thanks for sharing this with us. I really love the color choice, I saw that you were starting a new pattern, have you chosen yet what it will be. Shawl, would be really nice. When do you plan on teaching it. Sorry, I hope you will teach it.

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  76. Is there something wrong with my post? It has a delete next to the reply.

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  77. I Absolutely Love your Blog and I Definitely think it deserves the Very Inspiring Blogger award. Here are the details:

    http://www.annoocrochet.com/p/award.html

    Thank you and keep up the awesome posts!

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  78. excellent im teaching myself to crochet so followed your instructions and yes!!!! ive done my first square thanks so much
    chrissy xxx

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  79. muy muy muy lindo !!! gracias por compartirlo :)

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  80. Very, very pretty squares... I love them, and your finished project as well. I'd lake to download the pattern but can't find the Facebook connect button anywhere - a bit dummie with these things, really; please, please... tell me how to download it and thank you very much for sharing, Dragana

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  81. Thank you for sharing tutorial.i am just a beginer...so i would like to know about the magic ring which was shown in fig.1,2

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  82. Thank you for a beautiful square but I do wish we had it in the English directions as I get lost in the U.S.ones

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  83. Thank you for such a lovely pattern with beautiful colours. Could you inform about amount of main colour yarn required to make a blanket or is there a formula for working this out?
    English directions would be a bonus !

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  84. Thanks for sharing a wonderful pattern!

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  85. Gorgeous; thanks for the pattern.

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  86. I just completed your tutorial and made mine! It's gorgeous and flowery!!! Such a beautiful square!!! Thank you Dearest!

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  87. Do you have the patterns for the granny square owl and bag shown at the top of the page? I would LOVE to make those!

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    1. if you go to the blog archive on the right hand side near the top of this page and click the arrow next to 2013 and then the arrow next to October, the link to the owl pattern is there.

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  88. This is just what I was looking for! I am about to finish a cushion with 'sunburst' granny's, now this will be my next project. Thanks for sharing (and thank you for the beautiful and clear photo's).
    Anita

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  89. Thank you for the beautiful pattern. I really love it ,and plan to make a baby afghan. Do you happen to remember the type of border you used. Is there a name for it, so maybe I can look it up, or do you remember the pattern. Appreciate any help you can give me.

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  90. Hi! Beautiful pillow! Could you please explain the edge? Thanks!

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  91. Love it!! Thank you!!

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  92. Thank you again for the tutorial.
    I have blogged today and used your photo.
    Have also linked you ;o)
    Have a nice day

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  93. Hartelijk bedankt voor het delen van dit patroon.
    Ik heb deze granny gebruikt voor het maken van een tas.
    Vind je het leuk om hem te zien?
    Dit is mijn blog;
    http://crea-linn.blogspot.nl/2014/10/mijn-nieuwe-tas.html
    Er staat ook een link naar je blog.
    Nogmaals bedankt!
    Lieve groet, Linda

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  94. Thank you very much Dragana, I've just made the first Granny Square.
    Thanks for so kind sharing.
    Hugs from Portugal
    Sao

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  95. My first pillow: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=835839346449415&set=a.573068922726460.1073741825.100000700730414&type=1&theater Thank you so much!!!! :D

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  96. Thank You so much for sharing your pattern and wonderful tutorial!! You inspired me so, I signed up to follow your blog... Liz Gonzalez of New Jersey, USA :-)

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  97. Great pattern love the squares would it be possible to show how they are joined and edged,

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  98. This is one of the prettiest afghans I have ever seen.

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  99. I, too, would love to be able to print this pattern...... I don't crochet in front of my computer. ha ha

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  100. This is an excellent pattern, thank you so much for sharing your creativity and talent! Puno pozdrava iz Sarajeva!

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  101. I love your tutorial!! Even your color choices are perfect. I have a problem, however, I like to have a printed pattern when I am crocheting or knitting and I can't find a way to print your tutorial. I can't have my computer on every time I am working on the project. Is there any way I can print this. Also, I just found your site and if you have any more tutorials like this one, I will definitely want them to. Please tell me there is a way to print them. Thank you so much for your beautiful work!!!!

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    1. top right tools menu on the screen. it will drop down. select print. scroll thru the print preview to find the last page of instructions and then choose to print page 1- whatever (so you don't print all the comments which can be pages and pages) and then print

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  102. Love this it is beautiful. Is there a way to print just the directions without all the pics as it takes up too much ink for my printer. Is there a way to print it out so that I can follow the directions without having to sit near the computer to see it? Thank you

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  103. I just found your website thanks to The Whoot. You make the most beautiful items and your color selection is perfection. Thank you for sharing your patterns. I am going to make an afghan using your pattern. Thank you again and have a wonderful New Year.

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  104. Hi I was wondering if you could tell me how the squares are joined and what stitch is used around the edge please?

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    1. Also would love to know the number of balls of yarn to use and which size hook?

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  105. love the colors and afghan but would be nice to be able to print the pattern and pics as I don't crochet in front of my computer.

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  106. You are so very generous to share your crochet patterns and projects. Thank you. Your work is outstanding and I thoroughly enjoy reading your blog which is permanently situated in my favourites!!!

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  107. Good Morning. Just want to say Thanks for sharing this. I am new to crochet and I had no problem doing this one and I just looked at the pictures. It is so beautiful and I did it as close to your colors as I could find. I gave it to my mom for Christmas and she has it spread out on her bed. Thank you so much

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  108. Great pattern! Where can I find the edging pattern?

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  109. Love it & plan to make a sachet!

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  110. Thank you Dada. Simple and elegant. My friends name is Dada. Such a beautiful name with a beautiful meaning.

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  111. I love your website, and am very interested at trying to create the Primevera squares to create a baby blanket. I have tried numerous times to do a copy/paste from your website with no success. I get an error message that says the "copy" function is disabled. Is there anyway to download the pattern?

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  112. Greetings from turkey.
    I discovered your new blog
    and I love it
    I am waiting for you my own blog
    www.kadinelleri.blogspot.com

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  113. I love this and was wondering if you have the pattern for the border.

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  114. Yes, this is just beautiful. I too would like to know how to do the border? Many thanks.

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  115. Just gorgeous 😄 curious question.....what is the finished size of this blanket please? I'm thinking about making a double size for my daughters king single bed. Cheers 😊

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  116. What kind of yard did you use. It doesn't look like the cheap fuzzy kind.

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  117. love this. I think your tutorial just might get me back into crocheting as a hobby. Could you please share the technique you used to attach the individual squares and also your finished edge stitches. It gives it such a pretty ruffled lacey detail.

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  118. Fabulous pattern and choice of colours.... could you include pattern for the edging? Thanks

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  119. Adorei...é lindo!!! A explicação do trabalho também é muito útil, porque afinal não sabemos tudo. Obrigada

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  120. Hi, I hate to appear dumb but would like to know just how to make the magic circle as this will be my first project and am not sure how to start????? Can someone please help me, thank you.

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  121. This is by far the prettiest afgan I have ever seen. I usually don't pay much attention to afgans, but this is the exception. Beautiful job. Thank you.

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  122. Hello,
    I'm from German and I love this pattern - please tell me if I want to make this granny larger how have I made the next rounds? I'm happy If I get an answer...Thank you

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  123. Love this pattern and didn't have any trouble following the instructions. But my popcorn flowers don't seem to pop out 3D like in your photographs. Is there a secret to getting them to raise up? like yours do. I've made the squares a few times and my flowers always seem to be a little too flat which I'm not happy with.

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  124. I love this pattern and wondered if you would kindly go one step further and share the pattern for the edging please? Thank you in anticipation.

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  125. Awesome!! I am making one for my granddaughter and one for great granddaughter.
    If you would I would like the pattern for putting the squares together and for that fabulous edgeing

    Please let me know at
    maranatha4u2@yahoo.com

    Thank you
    Elaine

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  126. a print button would be appreciated,since I cant seem to copy and print.

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  127. Lovely blanket! Is there a pattern or graph available for the border? Or name for it that i can search on?

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  128. Justine Arrasate LloydOctober 1, 2015 at 11:26 PM

    I LOVE this!!! I hope you always continue with your tutorials. I am going to show this to my daughter!!! She has such a hard time "reading" crochet directions....she needs to be shown and this would be fabulous for her!!!! HUGS!

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  130. You create sense out of the foremost complex topics. Panda Flowers

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  131. Hi, just thought you would like to see the blankets I created from this wonderful pattern.
    Pictures are here http://ahalfdozen.com/2015/11/28/at-long-last/ :)

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  132. Thank you so much for the Primavera square. I was getting so bored this evening, and wanted to do something, and I thought about your Primavera, got my wool out and started to do a square or two. It went so fast, I thought that this should be my next afghan pattern to make. Since I have so many different colours, I am going to make it. Thank you so much, I had a great time making the square. Your work is so beautiful. I just wish I could do half of the patterns you have done. Have a great dayénight.

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  133. Thank you for sharing this with us. It is beautiful. How did you join the squares together? Do you have a tutorial for this?

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    1. I have the same question and don't see an answer anywhere. Several people asked about that. I hope someone reads this :(

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  134. I am in the process making myself a blanket. All most ready to attach. I love the edging and what stitch did you use to attach each square.

    Thank You

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  135. Hi can I ask what size am I supposed to block this to?
    Thanks ��

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  136. I love this pattern! I have scrolled through the comments and have not found an answer to my question. I am looking to find out the weight of the yarn and how much I would need to make a baby size Afghan?
    Thank you

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  137. Thank you so much for sharing - a beautiful design.
    Judy

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  138. absolutely brilliant instructions. looking forward to doing more of your patterns. My great grand baby will look lovely with this pattern on her blanket.

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  139. I'm a fairly new crocheter. I think I can make this blanket. Do you have the number of yards of each color?

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  140. Thanks a lot, muchas gracias, son preciosas esas flores que haces y enseñas.

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  141. I love this pattern and have almost finished my squares. Could tell me what stitch you used to join these squares? It is just lovely! Thank you.

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    3. yes, I did it. I deleted the previous one and apeared the same message. Sory!!! in my first mesage I asked you if I can film a tutorial with this granny square, giving you all the credit, and send everyone to this blog. the tutorial will be in roumanian.thank you!

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  143. I love this blanket and the pattern was very easy to understand. I would love the edging pattern also so that I can make blanket complete. Thank you so much for sharing.

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  144. Love, Love, Love this baby blanket. I am in the process of making this Primavera Flowers Baby Blanket for my great granddaughter that is due to arrive on 12/24/16. Could you send me the instructions for the edging of this beautiful blanket and everywhere I go on this website, there are no instructions. I looked for the instructions on the border on the beautiful Primavera Flower pillow. Please help. You can email me or send me a link... alier.theresa@gmail.com Thank you for sharing. I cannot figure out how to sign in...

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  145. Thank you so much your directions and pictures are excellent this helps so much.

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  146. Thank you so much your directions and pictures are excellent this helps so much.

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  147. Could you tell me how you did the border too? Thanks so much!

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