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Speedy quick crochet garment in two nights in front of the TV.

Speedy quick crochet garment in two nights in front of the TV.

A collaborative "how" by http://thornberry.wordpress.com & http://www.kootoyoo.com

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  • Hi,,would like to know if rather or not you can use a different granny square pattern other than the hexagon? cannot follow your pattern for your hexagon and finding it difficult to find a look alike.would really like to do your granny square shrug.the simplist I have seen thus far..
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  • I love it. Just one thing I wondered, what should the dimensions be on each finished peices by? I understand this will vary to some degree depending on your size and how you want it to fit, but I just wanted something to work off from for my first granny shrug. I can't wait to show it off to my hooker friends. Thank you so much.

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How to make a granny shrug How to make a granny shrug Presentation Transcript

  • How to:
    • make a granny shrug
    • for the visual learner
    • Thornberry & kootoyoo… click & crochet
    Any terminology used is Australian/UK
    • There is a PDF line by line pattern available at http://thornberry.wordpress.com
    • Round 1
    • Round 2
    • Round 3
    • Make sure that you have chained 2 between the treble clusters on the points of the hexagon & only chained one between treble clusters along the sides of the hexagon.
    • Round 4
    • Round 5
    • Round 6
    • Round 7
    • Round 8
    • Round 9
    • Finished hexagon motif.
    • You need to make a second.
    • The hexagon shape will fold in on itself to form an “L”
    • Once you have two hexagons completed lay them out as pictured.
    • If you’ve made the motifs reversible as I did then there really isn’t a right or wrong way to put it together.
    • Starting at the neck seam down the centre back seam.
    • I switched to a smaller hook so that I wasn’t trying to jam the monster 15mm through the stitches & just concentrated on making my stitches nice & loose. I used double crochet.
    • If you think you want to edge the shrug just “hold your place” while you seam the shoulders.
    • Position your neck opening & add markers.
    • Seam along to your marker.
    • Again, I used double crochet.
    • Once you hit your neck marker just slip stitch along the back of the neck opening until you reach the marker on the other side.
    • Then double crochet the other shoulder seam.
    • Now you can pick up the loop you marked at the base of the centre back seam & edge the garment if you wish.
    • I edged this one with double crochet.
    • Now weave in your ends. If you’ve used the Wilderness 100g balls then you shouldn’t have too many…hooray.
    • Wear your shrug with pride.
    • Seams in (as pictured) for a lovely drape OR seams out for a more structured look.