[Video Tutorial] This Cute Spiral Granny Square Is Surprisingly Easy To Crochet

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Traditional granny squares are so beautiful but now and then, we all want to try something new. Spirals are a great motif and you can find them pretty much everywhere in nature and in art. Spirals can hold spiritual meaning and its meaning varies depending on the culture, but mostly the spiral has always been a symbol of constant motion, of balance, and of awareness, a symbol of infinity–it just kept going!



Do you have people in your life that believe in symbols? If you want meaningful crochet for people in love with symbols, you want to learn how to make this cute spiral crochet granny square. It\'s so great to be surrounded by little crochet pieces that carry a profound message which reminds us of the infinite potential that lies within every one of us. Go ahead and follow the link to the next page for the video tutorial.

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38 thoughts on “[Video Tutorial] This Cute Spiral Granny Square Is Surprisingly Easy To Crochet”

  1. My kids were so worried about getting into trouble for being late to class that they would hold their bladder and bowels all day! They had to wait in line for 20 minutes to get food and then only had 5 minutes to eat.
    What do you think that did to the way they eat and eliminate now?

  2. I went to public school. I know it’s that way. I went with both my boys for parent events when they were in school and had lunch with them. It’s a terrible system. The food has always been crap and now it’s worse than crap. My grandson told me that the only two drinks they have is milk and apple juice.

  3. The other thing is that it’s very militaristic. The whole system is. When my boys graduated high school and started college they were finally able to express their true selves. They were bullied and disrespected by students and teachers. Yet they toughed it out and got academic scholarships. HalleluYah!

  4. I apologize. I didn’t mean to rant on your thread. If you want, I’ll remove my comments.
    For the record, I think your crochet is very nice and plan to send the image to my daughter who crochets.

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