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Crochet granny square workshop projects by Charlotte Lee

Have you been drawn into all of the fabulous crochet projects being shared everywhere online? From cardigans, scarves and handbags to blankets, pillows and placemats, many of these projects are made with crochet granny squares or granny square variations.

With the video lessons now available, learn to crochet your own at the new Granny Squares course taught by Charlotte Lee! The content will cover starting in rounds, crocheting the basic square pattern, changing colours, and piecing together squares to make larger projects. This course is based on the foundational techniques that were covered in the Crochet Basics course; thus, we won’t go into details for each stitch, we will focus on making granny squares!

With Charlotte’s crochet patterns included, plus help and sharing along the way over in the Community Forums, by the end of the course you will know how to make a granny square as big or small as your heart may wish. The sky’s the limit!

Top-Down vs. Bottom-Up Breakdown // Ruth Nguyen

Top Down vs Bottom Up Sweaters, which is better?

Top-down vs. bottom-up sweaters is one of the most passionately debated topics in the knitting world. As an avid sweater knitter and designer who loves both constructions, I firmly believe there’s a place for both—but when should you choose a top-down sweater pattern or a bottom-up one?

Continue reading Ruth Nguyen’s new article about the Top-Down vs. Bottom-Up Breakdown where she shares how there isn’t a simple answer, but hopefully, this article will take some of the mystery out of deciding.

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Wishing you a wonderful week of multicraftual making,
School of SweetGeorgia

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