Hooked with Hook and Needles – End

My breakthrough crochet project was Granny Crochet Afghan [Afghan is a blanket knitted or crocheted in strips or squares; sometimes used as a shawl].  I loved the way grannies are made and how lovely they looked once completed. Granny square can be of one color or multicolored. I started with single color granny square and made granny square afghan.

My first Granny square Blanket

As you can see granny square is made of one color but I had used three colors for the blanket.

Once I successfully completed my first project then I made multicolored granny square blanket.

Colorful Granny Squares

Granny Squares are then joined

outcome is Granny Square Afghan

I made a couple of blankets there after for my daughter and couple of caps, and booties for her. One of the cap is:

Reva's Hat with flower

Then I tried bags. One of my favorite bag is Tapestry Crochet bag [Tapestry Crochet  is similar to regular crochet, except that one or more yarns are usually carried while another is crocheted. The finished pieces look woven instead of crocheted ]

Tapestry Crochet bag

When you worked with so many yarns obviously there would be leftovers. A doily made from leftover yarns:

Moroccan style Doily

These are my some projects. This summer I made Granny Squares cushions and sturdy Crochet bag but unfortunately my camera is not with me 😦

So as soon as I get my camera will update my blog with those done projects.

Hope you like them.

Thanks for stopping by.


6 thoughts on “Hooked with Hook and Needles – End

  1. Deepa

    hey richa thts some mindblowing work..! its amazing how u find time for everything..lookin after reva, blogging, knitting.. keep it up dear..!


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