I would like to start today's blog with a photo that my pupil "J" sent me today via Twitter
She came along on Wednesday for a One 2 One lesson and we quickly progressed to making Granny Squares.
I briefly showed her how to do colour changes and join as you go as we ran out of time, but I reminded her that there were free tutorials on my blog, so I am thrilled to have got this photograph of her work today.
Well done "J" you make me so proud to be a crochet teacher!
Now for my lesson today.....
My lady "C" couldn't decide what to do, so we started flicking through a few books
We soon came across these "spirals" which we both enjoyed making. The pattern was rather complicated for her so she was glad that I was on hand to help her through it.
I am a "waste not, want not" person as you have probably gathered from my GAD project, so here is my GAD 342 which I turned from a spiral into a Granny Square Center
My Granny A Day Blanket just needs one more row now
It's currently 18 rows by 19 rows = 342 squares
And it needs to be 19 rows by 19 rows to take it up to the 361 square blanket that I planned.
Doesn't it look FAB??