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pattern for granny square jacket or sweater
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Mar 4, 2011 10:33:33   #
My daughter found a picture of a granny square sweater and I would love to be able to make it for her --- but I need some help!! Do you know if there is a pattern available?
Mar 4, 2011 12:04:08   #
I just did an internet search and found a beautiful crocheted tunic top with granny squares on the sleeves and around the bottom with a matching purse!
Its so pretty I bookmarked it for myself for when I feel more competent knitting. If you wanted to knit the body of the sweater instead of crochet,you could with a basic knit tunic pattern and add the crocheted embellishments.
Mar 4, 2011 14:44:04   #
(((((( I just popped the search in and found plenty to pan through + Ebay has an auction after a quick search. You might check LINKS here and, too.

Donna Rae
djaneh wrote:
My daughter found a picture of a granny square sweater and I would love to be able to make it for her --- but I need some help!! Do you know if there is a pattern available?
Mar 4, 2011 17:21:20   #
Check out too - I'm sure you'll now have trouble deciding which one you want to do first. I choose after looking at yarn size and reading the pattern through. I know what styles, size of yarn and needles I like to work with and if there is a schematic so much the better, it helps me fit it!
Apr 18, 2011 12:29:10   #
Here are a few patterns for you.
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