Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Nana Square Tutorial...

I am teaching my class this week
the Nana Square...
as I think it was a easy one to start beginners on...

After drawing the diagram and writing out the instruction
I thought I would share it all with you...

You will need to click on the images
and it will hopefully send you to flickr where you can
go to all sizes and print off one that you will be able to read...
I have never written and uploaded instructions like this before so I am unsure 
if it will all work...
Nana Square tutorial

Nana Square diagram instructions

Cross fingers...
and happy crocheting...

p.s....I almost forgot...
It is written in English crochet terms...
So for American terms...change all dc to sc
and all tr to dc...


19 comments:

Hugbuggal said...

I LOVE it - thank you so much for posting your tutorial!

LionessLady said...

Yay!!! Thanks for sharing. I absolutely love your work.

lovestitch said...

Wow! I love it so! I do appreciate your efforts on all the patterns and tutorials for sharing us! A big thank to you!!!
Take care and hope you have a great day! x

gail said...

Hi Michelle, Just discovered your blog and would love the pdf on your Chevron Granny Blanket, but I'm not sure how to find your email address. Mine is
gail.firenze@bigpond.com

Blessings Gail

gail said...

Forgot to say that your blog is lovely and thankyou for the tutorials. it's so kind of you to share.

Blessings Gail

Jacquie said...

Thank you so much Michelle. I love this pattern . So great for a cushion cover.
Jacquie x

andrea creates said...

i'll have to try this one out soon :)

shend said...

I have been looking for a pillow cover to crochet and this will be my first one. When I saw yours, I knew it was the ONE. Thank you for posting the pattern. I get so excited when everytime you have a new post. I just enjoy reading about your life and your crochet goodies. You seem to bring out my old hippy day memories and I use to dress pretty similar to the way you do now. ; ) Can you believe that? Again, thanks for the lovely posts that bring back memories.

Megan said...

I love reading your blog and you are so sweet to share so many tutorials with us. I'm a Nana and I love that these little squares are called Nana squares.

Mereknits said...

This is a gret tutorial Michelle, thanks so much for sharing it. Good luck with your class, I know you will be amazing.
Meredith

Pammy Sue said...

It worked for me! Thanks, Michele.

Leah said...

Thanks so much, I am going to try them!

Therese said...

Thank you so much!

Erin said...

Oh my that will be AbSoLuTeLy PERFECT for this project:

http://dutchgirldiary.blogspot.com/2011/05/seeing-squares.html

Have a lovely day!

Erin

osman said...

It worked for me! Thanks, Michele.


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Lenna Green of Stitching Cow said...

Almost finished a crocheted blanket for hubby, wish I had found this before I started. This pattern would have been better. Oh well, there is always the next project to think about. Thanks for sharing.

Attic24 said...

Michelle I ADORE this sweet looking square....just wondering if you stitched the squares together or crocheted them?
lots of love
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Bridget Herbig said...

Hi Michelle,
This is such a lovely project! I would love to feature it on AllFreeCrochetAfghanPatterns.com. Let me know if you are interested at all. Thank you so much, ~Bridget (bridget.primecp@gmail.com)

Dallas First Church Secretary said...

I saw this once before on All Free Crochet and put the idea right to work. I now have oodles of squares in all colors made from leftover yarn ball scraps. They will make the koolest afghan when I have enough to assemble one. What a great idea this is. Thanks so much!