Crochet Never Ending Granny Squares eBook

Never Ending Granny Afghan eBook

Mikey, The Crochet Crowd

Mikey, The Crochet Crowd

Thanks for visiting my website, TheCrochetCrowd.com. I've been crocheting since I was 14 years old and genuinely excited by yarn and projects to crochet. Serving the globe has it's challenges in reaching audiences of difference languages and cultures but it's remarkable all the same. One of the best elements of crochet is that yarn and project ideas know no borders. Join our learning channel on YouTube, look up "How to Crochet with The Crochet Crowd" and our entire free library of tutorials is waiting for you to enjoy. Subscribe to our channel to be the first to know when new projects are released.

3 thoughts on “Never Ending Granny Afghan eBook

  • April 1, 2017 at 3:57 pm

    HI Mikey,

    Thanks for teaching crocheting on youtube, etc, i think your great at it, you explain everything so well, you’re not too fast or too slow, you have the knack of speaking before people camera etc. you make it so easy to follow and understand, can’t thank you enough, i learned crocheting many years ago i really haven’t made many things now that i’m retired i hope to make lots and lots and lots of things.

    i do have a question I don’t remember which video it was there are several different ways to attach when you want to change your yarn color or if you run out of your yarn: one is making a slip knot on the hook the other one is just laying the yarn over the hook and make the slip knot as you’re attaching it and i forgot when you do this i remember you stating in the video that you would be able to notice it meaning being bulky i don’t think its hidden as easily in some of the other pattersn, i don’t remember which blanket or stitch etc can you help me out? when is that you use that method laying the yarn or the hook then slip stitch when attaching it?

    Thank You so much for all that you do


  • March 29, 2017 at 11:50 am

    I just wanted to share a method I use to finish one round and start another with the same yarn. On a regular granny square, I start the rounds in the corner by making a standing dc & 2 standard dc. At the end of the round I make a ch 1, then a sc in the top of the standing dc at the beginning. Then when I chain up to start the next round I am in the middle of the corner, so I make 2 dc and continue with the traditional pattern. If there is a color change, I just ch 2 and slip.
    I’ve crocheted for almost 50 years and I find I still learn things from your videos – love them!

  • May 27, 2015 at 6:51 pm

    I love your Never Ending Granny Square, thank you for sharing.

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