Joining crochet squares

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Have you ever made a bunch of crochet granny squares and wondered how to join them? A popular crochet blanket style is to create several different crochet squares, either in the same or different designs and to join them together. I have made a bunch of blankets during my yearly Tunisian CALs where we make

Evye Njærheim
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Many stunning crochet patterns require you to join elements together - they may use squares, hexagons, long strips etc. There are also many different ways in which you can join the pieces together. Some methods leave a visible join, others not, and the seam can either be raised or flat once complete

Patricia Neal
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In this tutorial I am going to show you how to use Mattress Stitch to join your crochet motifs together with a perfectly invisible seam. The Mattress Stitch joining method is perfect not only for blankets, but also for sewing pillow panels, crochet garment panels and seaming ends of infinity scarfs. get the latest patterns Join

Marianne Maxson
4 solid granny squares are joined using the flat slip stitch join or zipper joining method Crochet Squares, Crochet, Granny Squares, Diy, Joining Granny Squares, Connecting Granny Squares, Joining Crochet Squares, Granny Square Blanket, Slip Stitch Crochet

Learn how to join granny squares with the flat slip stitch or zipper join. The flat slip stitch join or zipper joining is a granny square joining method using your crochet hook. It makes a flat and very beautiful join that reminds the look of a zipper. Unlike the single crochet joining, the zipper join does not add any bulk to the final project. Moreover, the slip stitch join is done with a crochet hook! No need to seam pieces together or make estimates of how much yarn you’ll need.

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