We all love granny squares they are such fun to make and so versatile, you can play around with colour and size combinations.
Granny squares are another great way of using up your bits and pieces and the good thing about granny squares is you never forget how to make them so if you are sitting and at a loose end maybe even between projects not sure what to do next, get out your oddments of yarn and hook some of these little babies while you ponder on your next project.
I can guarantee you will find a use for them, have a special granny basket or bag and just place your squares in there once they are done, eventually you will have enough to make a Afghan, lap-rug or cushion.
Remember squares are also needed for a great number of charities
These square have gone to Lily (love in the language of yarn) this great group is based in Turkey and Jordan, they join the squares into blankets for Syrian refugees Lily was founded by Dianne you can read more about their great work on her lovely blog and on their Facebook page here
It was lovely to see that they have received my squares already, there they were, all beautifully photographed on the Facebook page it's nice to think that my ' what's left in the bag stash' will help someone who has had to flee from their home with only the clothes they stand up in. I will of course be making more because every square helps. :)
These are eight inch granny squares made with a 4.50 mm hook and they weighed in at 152 grams.