Once upon a time, there was a Granny Stripe afghan. It grew, and it grew, until it was too long for it’s new home…so it was *frogged.
*frogged: a frog says “rip it rip it” and fogging refers to unraveling rows of knitted, or crochet, work due to an error found.
So, it was turned back into yarn balls, then into yarn seedlings…
They grew and grew…
…and turned into granny squares, and more granny squares.
They all joined together to become a happy family!
…to be continued…
Have a great week!
8 thoughts on “A Yarny Yarn”
I love this happy snappy yarny family! What a fun post.
Thank you Nanci! I’m having so much fun with this project!
What a cheery happy post and beautiful makings indeed x
Thanks Mrs. B, just a bit of fun!
Neat little story and beautiful pictures to accompany it!
Thank you Iryna, I really wanted to share my crochet and didn’t know what to say about it 😊
LOL – I too am in the process of turning a Bullfrog into tadpoles! I have no idea what is wrong with my brain but I tend to make everything way larger than is necessary! I love the colors and squares in this! Very happy and whimsical! 😀
Thank you Tami, just like my blanket, my blog posts start one way and up another. 😊
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