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Granny Jacket Update Number 1
I am making a crochet jacket for the autumn in Vanna’s choice (DK) with a 5mm hook. This jacket will fit a 2x size woman (that’s me) and I will post updates as it goes along.
I want to say I did quite a bit of crocheting at my newly discovered Vancouver knitting Meetup group on the past two Thursday evenings. Where I met some lovely and generous knitters and crocheters.
Granny square layout
Here is the diagram for the Granny jacket i’m making with the basic granny square.
As you know I use my journal to capture the ideas as I go. Here is the image of the page in my journal so far.
You need to make 96 squares and two triangles for the front neck. There is also a border but that is not shown on this diagram. This diagram shows the layout of the squares only.
Make two triangles
I’ll get the info on the two triangles that go at the front neck opening soon.
More on the Granny jacket
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