[Free Pattern + Video Tutorial] These Granny Triangles Are Quick And Easy To Make And Look Absolutely Gorgeous!

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This is a beautiful afghan I found on crochet.me and made by one of the members. As a matter of fact, this is how I found Lucy’s granny triangles, by reading the instructions on how to make this gorgeous afghan and heading afterwards to Lucy’s site to see them. Now, I know how challenging some projects can be, especially if you are in the very beginning in your crocheting adventure and that’s why, on the next page is a VERY EASY crochet granny triangle bunting video tutorial for beginners.

Crochet Granny Triangle Afghan Instructions

I’m sorry I don’t have an actual pattern, but if you visit the Attic 24 blogspot you will find a pattern for Granny triangle bunting.Make  66 triangles then stitch together in the hexagon design with black yarn,this one was crocheted with single crochet stitches and add some crocheted flowers,once again you will find these on Attic 24.Good luck and be sure to share this as I would love to see another one. (Source)

afghan and cushionImage source: goldenhair 

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320 Comments to [Free Pattern + Video Tutorial] These Granny Triangles Are Quick And Easy To Make And Look Absolutely Gorgeous!

  1. @[100008866815760:2048:Sylvia], the pattern is always linnked to the name of the pattern ( first letter capital ). In this case : These Granny Bunting Triangles by Lucy. Click on the link please.

  2. I have also made granny squares for over 50 years and can’t wait to try these triangles. Since I crochet purses this will be a new granny square to use to make these.

  3. Ohhhh look at those granny triangles @[1330723660:2048:Christine Ward]! I don’t have the patience for sewing them all together, but you make awesome granny square blankies 🙂

  4. I’ve been making these with scrap yarn. I’m not good at reading patterns but I was able to figure it out from looking at the picture. I can’t wait to get started on making an afgahn.

  5. If you click on where it says [Free Pattern] under the picture, it will take you right to the pattern and the tutorial….I had the same problem, so I tried the dialogue under the picture and it worked. Hope this helps.

  6. I love the look of grannys, but you want to why I haven’t tried one? The triangles have 7 different colors, that’s 14 ends to weave in! How do you stand it? I do love them, though!

  7. I love the look of grannys, but you want to why I haven’t tried one? The triangles have 7 different colors, that’s 14 ends to weave in! How do you stand it? I do love them, though!

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