Hello hello, welcome to the second pattern in my stash-buster series!
I came up with this series after being pretty annoyed at myself for buying several dozen skeins of Red Heart Super Saver for a project that I couldn’t even do (let’s just say I don’t want to be sued for copyright infringement… no idea what I was thinking). So I took that and some Caron Simply Soft from another failed project and came up with 3 easy patterns! The last is coming soon!
If you know how to make a granny square, then you can make this pattern without much of my help.
All I did was start a granny square and that’s pretty much it.
You can change colors at the end of each row, at the end of 2 rows, or whenever you feel like it (which is what I did). Depending on how big your “stash-to-be-busted” is, you can make a baby blanket, a throw, or even a king size if you want. Mine turned out to be about a throw/lapghan size. Also depends how often you want to be weaving in ends… haha.
I had enough of a stash to continue until the thing covers my house, but I’ll show you what I did with the rest of it in the last pattern in the series!