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A circular strip of joined pentagon granny motifs becomes a completed tree skirt by adding deep crochet borders to the inside and outside edges. The result is pure vintage charm! Includes written instructions only, plus an assembly diagram. This e-pattern was originally published in Crochet Comfort & Joy. Size: 32" in diameter, from point to point. Made with medium (worsted) weight yarn and size I/9/5.5mm hook. Skill Level: Easy

A circular strip of joined pentagon granny motifs becomes a completed tree skirt by adding deep crochet borders to the inside and outside edges. The result is pure vintage charm! Includes written instructions only, plus an assembly diagram. This e-pattern was originally published in Crochet Comfort & Joy. Size: 32" in diameter, from point to point. Made with medium (worsted) weight yarn and size I/9/5.5mm hook. Skill Level: Easy

Crochet Corner: Join As You Go (JAYG) tutorial...thank you! Close-up of 4…

Crochet Corner: Join As You Go (JAYG) tutorial...thank you! Close-up of 4…

I have released a new crochet blanket kit via the Janie Crow web site. The project is called Persian Tiles  and the design is based on my 2...

I have released a new crochet blanket kit via the Janie Crow web site. The project is called Persian Tiles and the design is based on my 2...

Cath Kidston blue - the 4th row should always be the same colour as the last row of the single granny

Cath Kidston blue - the 4th row should always be the same colour as the last row of the single granny

Here at last is the long awaited tutorial that I've been promising you all. I am so delighted that my blankets have inspired many of you...

Here at last is the long awaited tutorial that I've been promising you all. I am so delighted that my blankets have inspired many of you...

oooh, this looks a nice way to join squares maybe? - reverse single crochet (or crab stitch) but the trick is to use only the back loop (put wrong sides together) and catch only the back loop on the square facing you and the first loop and the square facing away.

oooh, this looks a nice way to join squares maybe? - reverse single crochet (or crab stitch) but the trick is to use only the back loop (put wrong sides together) and catch only the back loop on the square facing you and the first loop and the square facing away.

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