Granny Squares Home

20 Projects with a Vintage Vibe

Granny Squares Home

By:  Varnam, Emma

Product ID:  GM0303
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Guild of Master Craftsman

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8.3 X 9.3 in
144 pg

CRAFTS & HOBBIES / Needlework / Crocheting
CRAFTS & HOBBIES / Needlework / General
CRAFTS & HOBBIES / Needlework / Knitting

Armed with nothing more than a crochet hook, scraps of yarn, and Granny Squares Home, you can add cheerful, vibrant burst of color to every room of your home. Fun, fashionable, and thrifty, these 20 projects presented by author and crochet all-star Emma Varnam will help you bust through your yarn stash while creating gorgeous blankets, pillow covers, adorable toys, and home accessories.

Thorough instructions paired with 150 stunning, full-color photographs and illustrations make it easy for beginners and experts alike to create every project from start to finish with perfect results the first time. Whether you are enamored by the vintage appeal of traditional granny squares or are looking for a modern twist on this age-old design, Granny Squares Home is full of the inspiration you need to decorate your home in style.

"Varnham (Cute Crocheted Animals) is drawn to granny squares for their vintage style, and the projects in this collection balance the old-school appeal with contemporary design. The instructions are clear and photos nicely styled, providing multiple views of each project. Ideal for granny-square fans looking for non-afghan projects."Library Journal

Inspired by the imagination of children, Emma likes to make items that bring a smile. She has not only written a number of popular crochet books—Crocheted Keyrings & Charms, Cute Crocheted Animals and How to Crochet, all published by GMC Publications—but also worked closely with yarn companies and retailers to design exclusive contemporary patterns. She has had a number of successful collaaborations with the celebrated knitwear designer Debbie Bliss and she regularly shares her design inspiration and thought processes through her award-winning knitting and crochet blog: Emma lives in Greater Manchester with her husband and young son.