Crochet Modern Granny Patterns eBook

Crochet Modern Granny Patterns eBook

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Crochet MG Book by Jeanne

Crochet MG Book by Jeanne

Crochet #MG Modern Granny Patterns eBook

Jeanne Steinhilber, Community Chaperone and Assistant Content Writer for The Crochet Crowd has a new free eBook called #MG. #MG is short for Modern Granny.

Over the past year, she has been using similar stitch combos and coming up with variations of what she initially called the Modern Granny. A different approach of traditional granny squares.

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Crochet MG Book by Jeanne

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For self-striping yarn like Caron Cakes, this stitch comes in handy and the yarn colours fall where they may. I’ve seen Jeanne really flourish in crochet since I have known here. For her not to have her own dedicated free eBook would be a tragedy. She’s done a lot to encourage creativity.

You can Download Your Own Copy Here.

Feel free to print or save the PDF.

There are matching tutorials for most of the patterns here in the #MG Video Playlist on YouTube.

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Enjoy the stitching journey. Life is short, enjoy this wonderful hobby and all of the learning opportunities that come with it.