25 February 2016
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18 February 2016
Today I have three wolf graphs to share with you all. They all will turn out to be quite a decent sized blanket when using either sc,hdc or tss, I don't recommend using c2c for these. Also if you are a beginner I highly suggest waiting to do the third wolf as it has a lot of colour changes and might overwhelm you.
at 2:54 pm
Today I will be sharing with you 5 construction machine graphs for the construction lovers in your life. I really love the border that my partner thought of but you could always swap it or leave it out.
All the graphs are 140x150 stitches which makes for a great kids blanket.
at 11:36 am
Hi everyone and welcome to my blog!
Here I will be sharing free crochet graph patterns that I have graphed using the program PC Stitch with you all. You use these graphs to crochet a graphghan using the tapestry crochet technique which there are plenty of Youtube tutorials (linked at the end) if you aren't familiar with it.
at 11:19 am
12 February 2016
I forgot to add one main thing in my first beginners post. How to figure out how much yarn of each colour you will need for your graphghans! Kind of important and useful right?
Below I have listed the instructions and also included the graph pdf that I use as an example. If you have any troubles comment below and I will try and help you out :)
at 2:45 pm