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    Default It's stunning!

    I just finished the first of many squares for my daughter's afghan. I LOVE it! Dave says he might not let it go when I get the whole thing done.

    http://www.p2designs.com/pdfs/grannyquilt-SqInSq.pdf
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    Awesome! Can't wait to see to when it's finished
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    Ohh, I love that pattern! What colors are you using?

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    I LOVE the pattern ~ what colors are you using?

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    What a pretty pattern!

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    Ooh it is beautiful. And I was going to ask what colors you are using too.

    It reminds me of the square w/in a square quilt block :yes:

    I can't wait to see the finished afghan!

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    Oh my that is so pretty. Asking too, what colors are you using. Can't wait to see when it's all done.

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    That is a lovely pattern. I can't say that I have seen that one before. I bet it will be nice and warm when you get it done. Lucky daughter.

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    I'm using the same colors as in the pic.

    I searched for DAYS online to find two squares that were classy and unique for the granny afghans I'm making for my two kids and their spouses. I'm serious, I was getting discouraged because I couldn't find something truly different.

    For my son & daughter-in-law I've found a sampler afghan that is again, quite different. I'll try to find the site for that and post that one too. I finished a square for that one last night. This one is also 12" squares.

    If anyone is interested in doing the square I posted the pic of, I can give you some advice to make it a bit simpler.

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    http://www.knitandcrochettoday.com/e...TVSamplerC.pdf


    Hope that link works...

    fot this one I'm using 3 shades brown (dark, med & tan) and two shades of blue (light and dark denim color) they have a blue living room set.
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    That one is gorgeous, too! I think your days of searching paid off

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    Quote Originally Posted by nancycg56 View Post
    That one is gorgeous, too! I think your days of searching paid off
    :agree:

    I can't wait to see the finished product

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