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Traditional or modern, vibrant or subtle, the possibilities of granny squares are endless! They captivate tones and lines much like a yarn canvas and come together as snuggly blankets, soft cushions, smart garments and much more.
This unique granny square collection combines the styles of 23 creative designers from all over the world, who each bring their best game to the table. With ample suggestions for captivating combinations, written instructions as well as clear graphs for every square in the book, stitch instructions and techniques for blocking and joining, this sourcebook goes above and beyond to show you the endless possibilities of granny square crochet.
All motifs match in both size and stitch count, so they can easily be combined into stunning combinations, bringing you the best of this unbeaten crochet classic!
• 100 unique granny squares by 23 amazing designers
• Each of the 100 squares can be mixed and matched with all others
• Including charts and written out patterns in US terms for each square
• Including basic crochet tutorials, instructions for blocking and joining
• Advice on gorgeous square combinations
• Clear photography
• Beginner-friendly squares as well as challenging patterns for experienced crocheters
About the Author
Joke Vermeiren started collecting patterns on allcrochetpatterns.net and compiled this book with care. She enjoys picking up a crochet hook on a quiet winter evening.
“No crochet book list will be complete without a book on granny squares. Now, I have found the Holy Grail. This is the Granny Square Sourcebook by Meteoor Books. Here’s the concept: 23 designers get together to create a resource of a 100 unique granny squares, with all of the accompanying charts, tutorials and color suggestions you could ask for. Sound like a good time? Well I know it does to me! From traditional to modern, vibrant to subtle, this book has a granny square for everyone.” (TL Yarn Craft, 597K subscribers on YouTube)
“I haven't made many granny squares before, but a quick flick through this book and I want to make them all!” (Nat, crochet blogger, 66K followers on IG)