Darling, your grannies are gorgeous!
These beautiful, exciting, extraordinary crocheted granny square creations await your enjoyment.
Grannies are kind of like the brownies of the craft world, no? Warm, cozy, yummy, happy, satisfying, and fun, they come in varieties of colors, shapes, motifs, some have toppings, some are flat… Grannies are awesome!
Where a crochet pattern was available a link was provided.
Owl Crocheted Grannies
De’Anna is one of the most prolific and talented artists among Crocheters Anonymous© members, and she’s a nice person, too! She wrote, “I love to crochet and hope you will find something you love that I have made or can make you.”
Summer in Sweden Grannies
This is one of my all-time favorites. When I saw the original pattern, I was blown away by the difference Michael’s color choices and borders made in her beautiful creation.
All of Edie Eckman’s books are recommended by Crocheters Anonymous© members.
Owl Obsession Grannies
The pattern designer, Marken of The Hat and I wrote, “Sweet and silly owls make a lovely blanket for a special someone. Blanket pictured is baby-sized, but you can make it any size you like.”
Blossoming Bag Grannies
I just love the artistry of Sandra of Cherry Heart, as I’ve written many times.
The colors in this are so wonderful, and the border is just beautiful.
Big Flower Grannies
Honey Bee Grannies
This one has been a big hit amongst Crocheters Anonymous© members.
Gerbera Daisy Grannies
This skill level for this Gerbera Daisy Crocheted Granny Square blanket is Easy/Beginner. I was very surprised to learn that; it looks complicated to me. It is such a cheerful piece, and it would be fun to play with the colors.
Rosa Fresca Grannies
Rachele, the pattern designer for this beauty, wrote:
Rosa Fresca is a beautiful blanket with a center bed of gorgeous granny squares, framed by a lovely round of flowers and shabby chic squares, all topped off with roses and lace. This decadent piece will add romance to any shabby chic room. It is fresh and white, with a lovely baby blue.
Pretty Hearts Grannies
This superb Pretty Hearts baby sleeping bag is beautiful when made and perfect for your special one to snuggle up in.
It also has many other uses including a play mat, changing mat or can be used as a blanket.
Gypsy Square Grannies
Giuliana wrote that it seemed as if elves and fairies had a hand in completing this beautiful, happy blanket. It seemed like she worked on it for ever, but then suddenly it was done! She feels that the blanket has its own beautiful aura of mystery and magic.
I have to say I agree!
Sarah at Repeat Crafter Me is another favorite of mine. She has taken the time to provide fantastic detail and close-up photos of this project. It’s so cheerful, and I love her choices of colors.
Birth Month Flower Grannies
According to what I could gather from the translation, the types of flowers used in this blanket represent each birth month. Pretty neat!
Colorful Hedgehog Grannies
One of the fun things about this pattern (besides the hedgehogs) is how easily the colors can be changed to suit age and decor.
Sophie Digard Grannies
Sophie Digard’s specialty is color. According to The French Needle, “Fibers made and dyed to her specifications in France are shipped to her workshop in Madagascar where they are hand crocheted, knitted and embroidered into unique works of art.”
More beautiful squares from Giuliana diCuore
Ryan Lo was born in Hong Kong and is self-taught. You can learn more about him here.
The artist and pattern designer Amanda uses plant-dyed yarns for subtlety and harmony. She wrote, ‘Bessies Circles was designed in honour of my beloved blanket-making granny. There are 315 blocks and it measures 39 x 60 inches.”
This beautiful work is based on a vintage pattern from the Leisure Arts publication, “Best of Terry Kimbrough Afghans.”