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Inspired by the afghan I helped my mom make in the 70's, this design is a scan of my crocheted mini granny squares. Perfect for a purse or tote bag, p
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This is fabulous Julia! I love the bag, perfect for fall!
Posted almost 3 years ago.
To learn how I made this fabric design, check out the tutorial on the Spoonflower blog. http://blog.spoonflower.com/2016/01/how-to-create-fabric-from-your-knitted-or-crocheted-items.html
Here's a little dog made with Granny Square printed on Minky fabric. The colors printed gorgeous and vibrant and the fabric is so soft!
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Posted over 3 years ago.
Love this fabric
Posted over 4 years ago.
Posted over 5 years ago.
So excited to see your website!
This lovely dog colllar is made for all flower power dogs who want a different look. You can buy it on:
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Posted almost 7 years ago.
This is such a great idea! I crochet, but I'm not good at Granny Squares. Using this printed on knit, I could do a blanket/wrap, without all the tsuris!
Posted about 7 years ago.
I just love it!
I love this!
This is beautiful!
Posted over 7 years ago.
Wow! Wonderful idea! I like this design a lot.
Posted about 8 years ago.
This is awesome!
I love it! Looks so great as a print design. I Iove crochet too. It reminds me of those crochet square we used to make in school as kids.
Posted over 8 years ago.
Brilliant idea. It looks so tactile. Just fab!
this is such a wonderful piece ...& the fact that you're so emotionally connected to it makes it that much more beautiful :)
Thank you so much for the compliments everyone! I'm very happy this fabric is enjoyed by so many people. :) The original piece took a long time to make, over three months, grabbing spare minutes whenever I could to crochet all the squares from 15 different colors of yarn. I made over 200 squares but there was no way I would have enough time and materials to make a larger piece so I'm thrilled to have the design on fabric. By the way, I was caregiver for my father-in-law who had Alzheimer's. During his last month and afterward, I crocheted this project. During grieving, it was very therapeutic to handle the brightly colored yarns, stitching together fractured pieces to make a whole again. This fabric means a lot to me. <3
Very pretty, I love your felted houses too. Very original and has a great feel to it.
This is fab, will make a wonderful easy quick quilt to brighten up a bed, well done
This is the coolest fabric I`ve ever seen. I ordered it yesterday. I`m gonna make a onepiece-suit for my 8 month old daughter!
Posted almost 9 years ago.
Thank you, Scrummy! :)
so simple, so yummy - fab! xxx
Granny Square, printed on Quilting Weight Cotton.
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Granny Square, printed on Linen Cotton Canvas.
This is very clever!
Posted about 9 years ago.
I love this too! Lots of possibilities.
So glad you like it, feebeedee! :) It's got heaps of possibilities. Pockets on clothing, drawstring bag, tote bag, pillow cover, book cover, pieces cut up and used in patchwork items... I like your cap idea! :)
This is sooooo cute! Now what should I make? A skirt, a bag, a cap...
thatswho, that's special that you have a collection of crocheted squares! My mom still has the afghan that my sisters and I helped her make. The colors aren't as bright any more but it is as sturdy as ever. I'm looking forward to working with this fabric. To crochet this little piece took over a month of evenings. I'm happy having easy access to the same crocheted look with much less work.
I remember those! In fact, I think I still have a collection of crocheted squares from an afghan of that era that I never finished. :o)
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