Crochet Drunken Granny Stitch Video Tutorial

Drunken Granny Stitch Video Tutorial

Drunken Granny Stitch Video Tutorial

Drunken Granny Stitch is one of the prettiest stitches, regardless of the funny name. This video shows you how;




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Jul 22, 2019
How many skeins?
by: Anonymous

How many skeins of Bernat Softee yarn would it take to make a receiving blanket in the drunken granny stitch?

Jul 24, 2019
As it happens
by: Jacki

The latest tutorial is a baby blanket - I'll ask Pumpkin Spice what she thinks.

Jul 25, 2019
Response re; Bernat Softee Cotton Yarn
by: Jacki

This is what Pumpkin Spice says;

From what I have done so far it would take at least 5 full balls and a part of the 6th. I am using a 3.75 mm hook and a size of 80 chains. I am using acrylic yarn... thinking about a size of 80 rows. I have done 17 rows so far and am into the second ball already. A ball does about 16 rows. I have fairly loose tension though. I use the Russian join so that uses a bit more yarn as well.....
If I can get more of the same color of yarn I will finish the blanket. I only have 2 balls of the color I am using.....

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