Même si un carré de mamie est la seule chose que vous pouvez crocheter il ya des tonnes de choses que vous pouvez faire avec un article qui. Ce poste a vingt exemples, mais d'abord nous allons parler un peu de ce que les gens pensent de mamies.
Crochet Questions du jour
Cette année, j'ai repris le crochet quotidien Question du jour que je l'ai fait de façon sporadique via les réseaux sociaux l'an dernier. Je suis plus organisé à ce sujet cette année, bien que, de sorte que chaque jour, vous serez en mesure de trouver la question (et y répondre si vous le souhaitez) par différents moyens, y compris Facebook, G et Gazouillement. La meilleure façon de suivre les questions quotidiennes est probablement de suivre et de vérifier la Crochet question du Conseil Jour que j'ai mis en place. Je mentionne cela parce que l'une des questions récentes ont permis aux gens de partager leurs pensées sur les places de mamie et les gens vraiment eu des opinions!
Que pensent les gens de carrés de mamie?
Tout ce que je demandais était “quelle est votre opinion sur les places de mamie?” Les réponses ont varié de cours. A lot of people said that they like granny squares. A few said that they love them. A couple said that they hate them. Many said that they cut their teeth on granny squares and so feel that they have their place or that they are nostalgic for them as a result.
Here were some of the most colorful answers people shared:
- Irene Lundgaard dit: “I love granny squares, they are accessible, recognisable and can be great fun to make, particularly fun when expanded on the original theme!”
- Danielle Branch dit: “I cut my crochet teeth on granny squares; I’ve done enough to make it to the moon and back! I’ve recently discovered that my problem with granny squares is actually the various color combos. A granny square with two or three different colors at the most is ok!”
- Pretty Little Homemade Things dit: “I do love a granny square, especially when I don’t feel like concentrating on a pattern.”
- Dana Bincer dit: “Definitely have mixed feelings. En général…it they are created as a stash buster…I’m not thrilled with them. But if they are used in a large project with nice color selection…I find myself swooning!”
- Gina Stroh dit: “They scare me – lol. It is the joining I am freaked out about.” I hear you Gina; I hate joining. Julie A. Rogers said the same thing, that she likes crocheting them but doesn’t like sewing them together. One good resource to check out is Attic 24′s Join as You Go Squares Tutorial so at least you’re not joining a bunch of squares all at once at the end of a project.
- Julie E. Pheifer dit: “Ugh. no matter the color palette, pour moi, they give crochet a bad name.” Et Pink Peppercorns agreed saying: “IMHO, granny squares and afghans are the reasons people cringe when I tell them that I crochet.”
20 Les choses que vous pouvez faire avec un carré de mamie
The most common item that people mentioned making with the granny square was a blanket made up of multiple squares. Cependant, as I mentioned above, I’m not a fan of joining a lot of squares so I prefer to make large granny square blankets. Usually I’ll crochet a large square and then add rows to the top and bottom to make a rectangular blanket of the right size.
I previously crocheted four large granny squares that I was using for rugs in my hallway. Just crochet them to the right size and then add a no-slip backing to them.
3. Granny Square Ottoman Slipcover
This pattern is in Sarah London’s Granny Square Love livre de crochet.
4. Granny Squares Scarf
5. Granny Square Coasters
Single granny squares make great coasters! Create sets of them and give them as gifts with wine glasses or mugs. Put two together and you’ve got a mug rug like this one that I made.
6. Granny Square Wrap
Put two crochet granny squares back to back. Join them with single crochet … or add some rows of crochet in between the two pieces to make a rectangle. You’ve got a granny wrap!
7. Granny Squares Cowl
The same technique used to make the granny wrap can also make a cowl; just make it smaller.
8. Granny Square Stool Cover
I have seen a lot of people making granny square covers for stools lately, including vintage stools and IKEA stools. My Rose Valley has a crochet tutoriel for the ones shown above.
9. Seat Cover
You can make any granny square a seat cover for any chair as long as you make it the right size. You can use ribbon ties to make sure that the seat cover doesn’t slip off the chair.
10.. Rearview Mirror Charm
Hang a small granny square from your rearview mirror to celebrate your love of crochet (assuming you live in a state where you are allowed to have things hanging from the rearview mirror!)
11. Granny Square Pillows
I crochet a grand carré de mamie, then fold the corners into themselves and seam them shut around a pillow.
12. Crochet Envelopes or Gift Bags
The same process I use to make pillows can be made sans stuffing to create a granny square envelope or gift bag.
13. Chandail de chienchien
14. Granny Square Applique
The granny square can be used as an applique on any other item / projet. Here it’s decor on a single crochet bag I made.
15. Crochet Horloge murale
16. Gants Granny carrés
I think that these granny square gloves are surprisingly cute. They’re a pattern in the book Crochet en peu de temps by Melody Griffiths.
17. Granny Square Dishcloth
Any item that is naturally square is great for a granny square pattern!
18. Granny Square Purse
19. Granny Square Shirt
Pardon My Chaos has a free crochet pattern for this adorable granny square top.
20. Granny Square Art
I’m a huge fan of turning any crochet that you make into hanging art on canvas, framed art or floor art. This was the start of one of my crochet art projects. But even just a single granny square framed on an interesting paper background could make a great piece of art for the crocheter’s home!
Other Granny Square Articles of Interest
- Yarnbombing Los Angeles is covering an entire museum facade with granny squares!
- 5 Variations on the Granny Square Pattern (and history of the term Granny Square)
- Looks Like a Granny But It’s a Fabric
Si, I’ll ask again for those who haven’t answered yet or people who want to elaborate on their previous thoughts, what do you think of the granny square?