Did you know that there’s a difference between a Granny Triangle and a Granny Half-Square?
You did? Smarty Pants. =)
For the rest of you, check this out:
Granny Half Squares are flat on the bottom and involve adding an extra dc into the first and last “granny group” of each row. For a refresher course, check out my ridiculously awesome tutorial!
Granny Triangles, on the other hand, are worked without turning the piece, and have three distinct roundy edges (and yes, that’s the scientific term):
For an awesome Granny Triangle tutorial, check out Carina’s craft blog – she’s got pictures and everything!
Nina is extremely smart, as you may know, and was able to correctly identify the Granny Triangle on her first attempt!
In case you were hoping for a kitten-less shot (though I can’t imagine why), here you go:
AND… in case you were hoping for a bit more humor in today’s post, I just want you all to know that WordPress recommended I tag Cloris Leachman, the United States, and Constellation Maps in this post. Then, when I typed those three things, it updated my recommended tags to include Go Daddy and a related article about a Grannie attacking thug bikers (which I’ve included below). WordPress ROCKS.
- Grannie attacks thug bikers (hellforleathermagazine.com)