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July 29, 2010

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Jan (A gluttonous wife)

Thank so much for this wonderful blanket pattern. Here's a link to my finished baby :) Just ordered another bundle as I've had a few people wanting one.
http://agluttonouswife.blogspot.com.au/2015/06/granny-stripe-blanket-ta-dah.html
Warm regards,
Jan x

Josephine Sims

Hi do you have to 3 trebles and miss 3 chain to end please

barbara pierce

hello having trouble with my base chain the tension is too tight with test square ive bought the yarn for granny stripes but too scared to start until i get tension right any tips,ive even used a 7mm hook for base chain and 4mm for stitches ,

Dora Berenyi

Could I please have more detail regarding the edge. For example for the first round of trebles do you do one into each of the three trebles in the treble cluster?

Toni Vince

HI Lucy.
Am nearly at the edging stage of this beautiful blanket. I've read through your instructions, but can't work out how many dc are needed. Do I dc 3 times into the edge of the first tr cluster edge? And what about the sides? Where do the dc go? I don't want to end up with a saggy boarder or one that's too tight after putting in all the work. This is my first project so I really don't know what I'm doing! Would be grateful for further instructions.
Many thanks Lucy. I love all your work and am thinking of doing the beach wave blanket next.
Thanks, Toni Vince

Kiss Marianne

Dear Lucy, thank you very much your perfect and beautiful Granny Stripe blanket. Here in Budapest (Hungary) there are many kind of threads for crochet. I have at home many threads too, name is "Steinbach Wolle", 50% acryl and 50% wool. Do you think that it will be good for my blanket?
With love
Marianne

Nolda Rokeh

looking for instructions for granny stripe ta=dah!
blanket.I am 82 years old moved to USA in 1958 from Amsterdam married 57 years still cant read American instructions have no trouble with yours. found Chrochet magazine from U.K.with one of your perfect pedals instructions so lovely in soft pink and mint green to match my bed spread.Have a great summer find more colors for grannie summer squares.Thank you for all the work you put it to make us happy!God bless!

Sherry Tingle

I absolutely love this design, it bring me so much JOY to look at my accomplishment. Thank you so very much!

Denise Ewin

I love your patterns. Can you please tell me how you did the corner of the final edge with the scallops/picots?

knitonegirl779@gmail.com

Thanks i found the edge pattern, here i go im starting it now. Thanks

Susan

On the start of the edge you did the granny clusters around. When you came to the beginning of the blanket edge that has in American terms the single crochets and not spaces, did you put the clusters in between so many stitches to make it look like the rest of the first row of the edge? I think I will finish off the beginning row of single crochets around the edge with the first color used to make the entire edge match and forgo the granny cluster, otherwise the one end of the blanket will have this extra row of single crochets and the rest won't and to me it will stick out making that stripe look wider.

Carol

Love this granny striped afghan, almost finished and getting ready to do the border. How many ch in the corners of the border rows?

Estella

Hello Lucy, just love the blanket!! It is awesome and will have make one. I ordered the yarn and ready to go for it . Do you have a list of the color pattern you used? I know you you used them randomly and I really like how you combined them. Thanks in advance.

Lori

Is there a list in the order of the colors you used for the granny stripe blanket? Thank you

Hollis Tinney

I found d the packet of yarn but am interested
In the price of the yarn in U.S. money and how do I go about ordering it. Please pm me. Thank you

Fred

That's a fantastic looking blanket!

Brenda Tackitt

I love the colors and the pattern. love the granny stitch.

Robin Summers

Yippee skippee!!!! My granny stipe pack came today! Love, love the colors! Nothing like a yarn fest to make the heart flip flop. Thanks Lucy. You rock lovey! The woolwarehouse comes through again. :)

Robin Summers

I am a bit behind the times but I ordered the Granny Stripe pack from the wool warehouse. They were out of the Cosy Stripe pack which I wanted so I will get that one too when it comes in stock. :) I can't wait for it to arrive. I am itching to start my granny stripe blanket. Thanks again Lucy for all your time and unselfish talent that you share with us. Much love and hugs to you and the family.
Robin from across the pond. XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

Mona

Lucy, I have only made little tiny baby blankets, but when I saw this beautiful pattern, I was smitten! I made a granny stir blanket for my daughter in rainbow colors... Just the colors and the warmth of the blanket on my lap as I was crocheting made me feel so happy! Did not realize the joy of making blankets... I am hooked! ;)

Melanie Moore

Just started mine with yarn pack from Yarndale.
It's looking good so far. Thanks for the inspiration. X

Kat

I did it I made the Granny Stripe blanket and even finished all the little ends.
thanks for this wonderful pattern. It is going to make a special family very happy.

Kat

Kat

Just finishing the blanket and have had a lot of people say they really love it. I am making this for my niece as a family blanket as they celebrate the arrival of their third baby.

Love your patterns

Kat

Eileen

Where am I missing the pattern for this beautiful afghan

Jan Lakovich

Lucy you're awesome -- cute as a bug, very clever writer and full of hooky talent!! This California Grammy (aka Tooky) hates working the tails in. Your blanky doesn't show any sign of bulkiness at the color change row ends ... how did you do it?

P.S. You're my favorite hooker!

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