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Thursday, December 24, 2020

The Queen Sister's Blanket

The Crown Series

Granny Square

Fallen leaves

Fallen leaves

Greek Christmas biscuits

Giant Granny Square Progress

Here is the progress of my giant granny square blanket, as promised yesterday. As I said in my previous post,  I found my inspiration watching the Netflix last season of The Crown series. It was interesting and quite astonishing to see such a blanket in the living room of the sister's queen : a whimsy touch in a classical traditional decor I guess, in accordance with the unconventional personality of the sister's queen.

I wish I could progress more in my crochet but I had other priorities, such as housework and garden duties : gathering the fallen leaves in the front garden, and then welcoming my grand children. We shall start soon baking cookies!

In the last picture my crochet square is displayed on the first quilt I made, an Eight Point Star pattern.

You can buy this blanket from my Etsy shop : pochonsEtcomptines

My new Etsy shop : yayaCousette


  1. Merry Christmas to you! Your crochet project looks so pretty against your quilt! Enjoy your time with family!

  2. Thank you Wendy, Merry Christmas to you and your family!

  3. I love your idea of a giant crocheted granny square! Mum was a whizz at that and I never had her teach me, wish I had now.

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