Here is my square 7 for the Moogly Afghan CAL. It still needs to be blocked, so please forgive the wavy edges:
This Pinwheel Square by One Dog Woof was fun to make. I love when a simple technique can be used in a creative way to make something entirely new! This is basically 4 granny squares with color changes. The original pattern calls for the squares to be worked without turning, and for the yarn to be cut each time the color is changed. I just couldn’t deal with those many ends, so I made a bit of a change.
I flipped the square between rounds – I like to do that anyway with granny squares as it makes them reversible. By doing this, I found I did not need to cut the yarn, as I was now working back and forth over each color section. I did have to keep two blue yarns going at one time, but that was it. That worked out much easier for me.
I used sc instead of dc on the last edging row, so that I could add in my normal sc edging to match the other squares.
The next square comes out in 2 days. I can’t wait to see what it will be!