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    Suzyq660 afghans

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    What beautiful items!
    ɹǝʞɐɯ ʎןıop ɐsıɹɐן

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    very pretty suzyq660

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    love the granny squares, where can I get the pattern?

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    just lovely. The granny squares are just beautiful.

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    Hi SuzyQ

    you have a nickname I have had for years given to me by a uncle who is no longer with us. I used to use it on AOL. Nice work. I live in Michigan where would you be from?





    Barb

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    very pretty work

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    Thay use to call me that also. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Susann View Post
    love the granny squares, where can I get the pattern?
    "The Big Book of Granny Squares"
    365 crochet motifs by Tracey Lord.

    The flowered square is Tiger Lily on page 89 and the plain square is Sea Urchin on page 181.

    I left off the 10th round in the Sea Urchin square and instead added 2 rows to each pattern to make the stitch count tally up and add a little more background behind the flower.

    There is an extra row of dc with 2 dc, 2 ch, 2 dc in the corners and a row of single crochet with 2, 2, and 2 in the corner .

    That brought the sc count on both to 35 for each side so that they could be joined evenly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Susann View Post
    Thay use to call me that also. LOL
    That was what my mom called me when she was happy with me. When she wasn't, well......

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