Granny Triangle Tutorial

November 20, 2017

Today on our Crafty Little Things You Tube channel we have a Granny Triangle Tutorial. It's another simple beginners level project but so versatile as it can be used to make so many things. In the video we explain briefly a few ideas and show you how to make bunting with your triangles. Just like the granny square, you can keep going with it and make a shawl or baby blanket or a shoulder blanket for cold evenings or you can join the triangles to make anything from scarves to bikini tops!


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When you've learning a new craft it's important to feel that you're actually getting somewhere and being able to start and finish a project is important, so now our beginners can do just that.


We've also uploaded a couple of quick videos on how to change colour and how to stitch granny squares together so there really is no stopping anyone who wants to learn from producing their first crocheted piece. Stitching together triangles woks on the same premise as stitching together squares as each side is an equal length, of course you need to patchwork them together more than you do squares but the basic principle is the same.


Don't forget about our Crochet Giveaway which contains everything a beginner would need and more to start off. Go to our You Tube video to find out more about that.


Here's the PDF free download pattern for the granny triangle we made, there are variations on this popular favourite but this is the way we chose to make it, it keeps it nice and simple




Andrea x

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