Monthly Archives: August 2016

Autumn in my sights

Thank you everyone for the lovely comments on my last granny square blanket post – believe me I’m very glad to see it in finished blanket form. When the border and everything is done, I will be back to report on it once and for all. It’s a bit strange, finally coming to the end […]

I DID IT

Okay, so after just 12.5 months of extremely stubborn effort followed by 2.5 weeks of seaming during which your right shoulder starts to stage a physical revolt against you and everything you stand for, you too can have a thing that looks like this: It is seamed. All of those squares are now bonded together […]

The great sewing-up

We’ve arrived at the great next step of this epic granny square project, ladies and gentlemen! At long last the final sewing-up stage has begun. I’m very, very glad that I took the approach of seaming up the single squares into larger squares of four, first, because now instead of seaming up 340 squares individually […]

I can see the exit from here

Guys, you’d better believe that when I finish this crazypants granny square blanket (no, seriously, what was I thinking, who can remember, that was so long ago now) I am going to do a whole big post about it and collect up a bunch of notes about how long it took and my process and […]