Last week, this was the progress I had made on my Stained Glass Granny.
First, I finished all 35 granny squares.
Next, I crocheted all the squares together. This took me a while. It is a tedious process that I don't really mind, but I was still sore from surgery so I had to take a couple breaks after wrestling with the strips of squares.
After I got them all crocheted together, I added border rows, alternating between color and black. I finished it off with a black scalloped edging.
And...Stained Glass Granny is COMPLETE!!!
So, what do you think of my Stained Glass Granny? Have you made one similar?
Now, on to my next project. I think I'll call it "Sunny Blue Hawaii". More on that later...
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This is so pretty. Thanks for sharing at What'd You Do This Weekend? Have a wonderful week.ReplyDelete
The colors and patterns are gorgeous. I always wanted to learn to do this. I tried when I was little but had no patience. This is beautiful and you did such nice work.ReplyDelete
I find it very relaxing and creative. You should give it another try!Delete
You did a beautiful job! :)ReplyDelete
Beautiful. I have a 1/2 finished block-of-the-month afghan that I ought to get busy working on. They are so lovely when completed.ReplyDelete
I love that stained-glass look. My aunt makes beautiful stained-glass quilts out of denim from blue jeans, and the effect really is striking. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Love your Stained Glass Granny, the colours are wonderfully vibrant :)ReplyDelete
Awesome! I love the diamond shape of the little holes, where the light, or background comes through. It adds to the whole afghan. :-DReplyDelete
What a fantastic afghan! It came out beautifully :) Thank you for sharing your wonderful accomplishment on the Art of Home-Making Mondays! :)ReplyDelete
This is so pretty, I love all the colors! Thanks for sharing at What'd You Do This Weekend?!ReplyDelete
The idea of making a Stained Glass inspired granny is just a lovely idea! It came out just beautifully.ReplyDelete
I would love if you shared this at our Yarn Fanatic Linky Party - http://eyeloveknots.blogspot.com/2015/04/yarn-fanatic-linky-party-34.html.
I linked up! Thanks for the invitation!Delete
Very striking blanket and I love the border you've done too, works really well with the designReplyDelete
I love these colorful squares! I really like stained glass crochet items, and this blanket is super cute!ReplyDelete