Work in Progress

The eight-colour granny square throw is progressing and my concerns over the colour scheme have calmed down a bit. Funny how you can look at something in a (literally) different light and things don’t seem so bad after all. Or, perhaps the lesson to be found here is to keep moving forward. To have a plan and stick to it. To ignore the doubts and carry on.

And I thought it was just yarn.

Stay tuned for the next episode of Life Lessons Katie Learnt from Crochet!

granny square blanket

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  1. Larissa

    Hey Katie – looks lovely! I was wondering what kind of yarn you are using. I taught myself to crochet a couple of weeks ago and I’m hooked (tee hee!) but I don’t know much about different types of yarn. Any tips?

    Hope to see you at the next Brown Owls!

    • katieskitchenblog

      Hi Larissa,
      I’m using Panda Magnum Soft, it’s an acrylic 8ply. It’s on sale at Lincraft now actually. I love it and use it a lot, it’s super soft and machine washable.
      ~K

      • Larissa

        Thanks Katie! What size hook? I’m currently making some granny square slippers out of a nice thick yarn, but I want to make a blanket too!

        • katieskitchenblog

          Usually I use a 4mm hook as suggested on the yarn packet. (Look for the knitting needles symbol and use the same size (in mm) hook.)
          This time I’m using a bigger hook, a 6mm I think, which results in a looser, bigger stitch.
          ~K

  2. Valli

    I love all of your colors!

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