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Wednesday, 1 August 2018
PIE GRANNY SQUARES : FOOD SERIES - IN THE ROUND - 31
SERIES - IN THE ROUND - 31
back to Sweet Nothings Crochet free crochet pattern blog. This is the first in my series of food squares in the round.
creating some really cute 9” x 9” squares for a charity – Project Chemo
Crochet.These squares are all sent to
them, where volunteers join them up to make blankets that they give to people
battling cancer.This set of squares is
going to be made up for toddlers battling the Big C.Come along and see how you can help.Check out the charity page here on Facebook
or their website.
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we are going to make two yummy pies – a pizza pie and a cherry pie. Thanks for
coming along and spreading smiles.
Materials used : Today I’ve used a 4-ply acrylic baby
soft yarn with a 4 mm crochet hook.
It does not matter what yarn / hook you
use, to make it to any size you want.
Abbreviations used :
: single crochetdc : Double crochet
: chain space
: Treble / triple crochet
: Double triple crochet
Stitches used :
Starting slip knot : This is a
neat new way to start your work without a slip knot.
cherry pie is a lot smaller, for my requirement, but using the same idea, I
just worked more rounds with the cherry filling and then worked the pie
crust.Finally for the criss cross, I
worked as many chains as I needed to go right across my pie and voila, what a
tasty pie this is too.
again, thank you Ashleigh for this lovely free pattern.
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