Granny chat line
There are some arguments around about the originality of the pattern since some saw it in the 70’s and it is called Paperweight Granny, much earlier than the version of the South African. leave that argument alone, be it African Flower Granny or Paperweight Granny, crochet your project with these beautiful hexagons and call it Paperweight African Flower Granny 😉 I am putting this into my to-do list 🙂 Thanks to Mia, who shared her African Flower Granny crochet at Pinterest – one of my favorite stop-overs when I needed inspiration.I love the colors Mia used, as sweet as a pretty girl!All the while, between orgasms there were periods of stillness, when Granny snored gently having returned to deeper sleep.It was this gentle snoring that took my attention back to granny's parted lips, the inviting portal to her warm wet mouth.
The camcorder bore witness to the fact that I did fall asleep for twelve minutes forty-three seconds.Just like Granny Square, African Flower Granny is a crochet motif but in hexagonal shape, it can be joined next to each other to become a bigger piece and make into blanket, afghan, shawl, bag, table runner, cushion cover, soccer ball toy, coaster, pincushion, dress etc…. Why does it call African Flower Granny and not something related to it’s shape, for example Hexes, Hexagon Flower etc…According to some findings from the net, some said a lady saw this pattern from a South African community, so she gave it a name “Africa Flower”.Granny cried out in pain, this I think brought me back to full consciousness.It was obvious to me that Granny's arse could be stretched no further, not without the risk of her tearing.