Thursday, June 30, 2011

Granny Squares

A dozen squares made for the "Crochet a Rainbow" project for the Queensland flood victims.  I have a special place in my heart for Australians, having  lived in a suburb of Melbourne for a year in my youth.  In fact, that was where I learned to knit, and where I improved my crocheting skills.  At that time, in the early '70s, we would even bring our yarn, hooks, and needles to school, and do that outside at recess while others were playing kickball.

I just went to look for the address/sign up and cannot find it.  I thought the woman coordinating this project was making then all year.  I guess these squares will be a part of another project I do, like maybe part of a shawl or baby blanket...

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