I am currently doing a pattern which is getting me think about my audience. From what I can tell, I think I have an audience that likes granny squares to be solidly attaching to each other. The pattern I am working on joins the neighbouring granny square at 4 points leaving large gaps.
For me personally, I’m not much of a fan of that as I prefer my squares to be more firm together.
I’m looking at a pattern, which I am not going to share just yet as I want to run a tutorial on it. I am thinking that my audience would prefer to see it joined tighter together at the end of the project and not join as I go. I noticed with our Amazing Shawl many people were not too pleased with joining as you go. It could just be a personal preference. I personally prefer to join my squares are the end and save the headaches of trying to attach as I go.
So below is my poll for you… you can tell me what you prefer.
- Do you prefer your granny squares afghans be tight fitting together whether it is sewed or stitched together at the end of the project?
- Do you prefer your granny afghans to be attached as you go?
- Do you prefer solid looking or lacy looking granny squares?
- What types of granny afghans do you tend to avoid?
Share your comments by replying to this blog. I would love to hear your point of view.