Easy but pretty squares for a novice hooker!

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No! The squares only look hard, once you break them down into tiny steps they are fine. Sometimes when I can't work something out I say the step out loud a few times, then it makes more sense smile

Thank you! That's partly why I was asking, I'm doing my Angel Hug very slowly atm and of course there's the new project for lemontruffles today. sad All the squares in the crafting guide look a bit scary!

Look on Pinterest or ravelry? Search for dishcloths. I'll try link my Pinterest board which is especially for mn blanket squares smile

Doyouthinktheysaurus Sat 05-Jan-13 13:51:45

I've got the same bookgrin

It is lovely, I've made a number of the more complex squares and loads of then'granny with a twist'. It's great for learning new stitches.

Only one has flummoxed me, can't even remember which me now but one of the flower ones. I've managed a couple of flower based squares which look lovely but this one beat me.....'

lauraellajane Sat 05-Jan-13 12:41:55

I've got the 200 crochet squares book too, love it! It has great ideas for putting the blocks together too.

HappyTurquoise Fri 04-Jan-13 22:41:51

I've got another book of different crocheted squares, lots of fun. There's lots you can look up online too, if you do a search. I've made up a file of future projects and 'how to' sheets by printing lots off.

Ooh... grin Thanks!

I got this out my library and haven't taken it back yet!!

Its 200 different crochet squares so there should be something in there that you fancy!

Please? I can do basic grannies and bobble stitch and can follow written patterns more easily than abbreviated ones. Any suggestions?

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