Sunday, September 1, 2013

Three One Skein Granny Gifts

It's that time of year when knitwear designers start publishing there patterns for fall and holiday knitting and crocheting.  I spend my summers designing squishy, yarny goodness for that reason.  Here is one I developed especially for the newbie crocheter.  Three One Skein Granny Gifts.  All 3 patterns for one price, in one pdf.

First up is a simple granny bandana.  One skein, one hook, one evening!  It doesn't get much simpler than that.  The pattern is written out with no abbreviations for the new "hooker".  The suggested yarn can easily be found in your local hobby craft or fabric store that carries yarn.  This would be cute for kids.  You could get two of them out of one skein, or one adult size.

Next up is the Granny Cowl.  I love this style and size.  Not too big and not too small.  Here, again, would be cute for kids.  Kids scarves have a tendency to go missing.  A cowl stays put and keeps them cozy outside or inside!

A cute hoodie for the unexpected rain or snow shower!

A simple Granny Mitt is the final pattern.  Again, so easy to fit any size hand from children to adults.  Add more grannies to go higher up the arm.

Three One Skein Granny Gifts in one pdf for one price,  for the newbie or seasoned crocheter!

Click here for the pattern in my Etsy shop

Click here for the pattern in my Ravelry shop  or click on the "buy now" link at the top of this post

Have a great week,
Yarn Tip:

* Keep a small project in your car for those times you’re stuck in traffic, have to wait at the doctor’s office or waiting to pick up a child from school!
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  1. This hoodie is lovely in every way. Beautiful color choice too.

    1. Thanks so much. I think it is my fav of the three!

  2. Pretty cowl. I could do the granny stitch all day!

  3. Gorgeous colours and looks easy to make - thanks for sharing

  4. What a great trio of patterns. Is that the Red Heart Boutique yarn you're using in the pictures? It looks great, really pops.

  5. I love the cowl, and the idea to use them for kids.

  6. Hi, I love the cowl and hand warmers, you did such a great job and I love the colors! This will look so pretty and cheery in the dead of winter. I saw it on crochet happy's link party.
    Julie from

  7. I love you granny cowl! It's great to find patterns that you can whip up in one evening, sometimes you just need some instant gratification! Great gift idea, thanks for sharing!

  8. Love the colors you used for this series. The cowl is my favorite because of its versatility.


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