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Sunday, December 12, 2010

Not sure this is going to work

granny square scarfThis isn't the best of pictures, so hope you can see this well enough to see what I'm talking about. This is a scarf in the works, made from very small crocheted granny squares. These granny squares were part of the garage sell donation from Krystinne. I didn't want to use these in a ghan due to their size and thought I'd try a scarf. Was in the mood to try something different and so didn't line them up as squares to join, but as diamonds. Joined and edged...well the edging is still in the works. What I'm not sure about, now that I'm this far is if it will be thick enough between diamonds to not curl too much. I don't necessarily need it to be rigid....but will this work as a scarf?

My plan is to donate this through Bridge and Beyond.

Seems it would be appropriate for a teen through one of the 2 free clinics we donate to.

Thoughts? Have you done before? I've seen zig zag type scarves and thought this would be similar.

Hope you are all getting things done for holidays, staying warm, and being safe.

7 comments:

  1. I like that it's different. If you don't think it will work, just fill in the gaps, and still enjoy the diamond pattern.

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  2. I like different too Lily. I may do just that, fill int he gaps. Will work another row or two probably and then make a decision. Thanks

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  3. It looks great, Sandy! Very unique.

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  4. THOSE SQUARES ARE VERY TINY, I WOULD THINK THEY WOULD BE A LITTLE DIFFICULT TO DO, WELL, FOR ME, MY HANDS ARE FILLED WITH ARTHRITICE. THEY ARE VERY PRETTY, FILLING IN THE SPACES IS A GOOD IDEA. RIZZI

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  5. Thanks Joansie and Rizzi, appreciate it. Will get back to working on it, after I finish a scarf for my brother....got a deadline on it that I'm trying to meet.

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  6. Love the look...you are very creative :)

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  7. I love this look. I agree with Lily. You can fill in the gaps if you want to make it more "solid", for warmth for the Bridge. But it's cute as is.

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