Granny Square Sampler Afghan, Week 17, Showing You Off! - Wise Craft Handmade
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Granny Square Sampler Afghan, Week 17, Showing You Off!

Granny Square
(All the granny square assignments can be found on this page.)
Hello fellow samplers! I am taking some unauthorized liberties today. I wanted to share some photos of some of the samplers that everyone is doing. One of the best parts of this granny square sampler project is, although we all crocheted basically the same squares, each afghan is so unique to its designer. So much color and pattern out there! There were times I was constructing this afghan that I started to wonder if it would end up one hot mess (you may have wondered that too!), but that couldn’t be further than what we’re ending up with. Just beautiful. Take a look at some of the in-progress afghan shots from our Flickr group
From Grace, I love all the white space (pictured above).
And then I absolutely love the explosion of color (the pinks, cranberries, and reds really pop) in Melissa’s
Granny Square
 
And in all of Daniela’s squares
Granny Square
 
And Lisa’s
Granny Square
There are lots of colorful pictures on Instagram, by using our hashtag #grannysquaresampler you can view them and get more color injected into your Friday.
I don’t say it often enough, but I have really enjoyed crocheting this project with all of you. It has resulted in some often funny exchanges on twitter and instragram from folks who are learning to crochet along with this project. (Oh goodness, I really hope you have learned or relearned something, and that I just haven’t confused you to frustration.)
Please leave a link to your blog, flickr photostream, etc in the comments on this post, I would love to compile a list of permanent links of everyone who has been working on this project with us this summer.
We are nearly done! Enjoy your weekend!
 
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