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CROCHET: JOINING MOTIFS, PANELS, SQUARES, ETC

Various methods for joining squares, motifs, panels, etc in Crochet.
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How To Join Crochet Hexagons With an Invisible Seam

This photo tutorial will show you how to join crochet hexagons with a technique that results in an invisible seam. Great for sewing hexagons together for an afghan, but can also work for granny squares or other crochet pieces. | MakeAndDoCrew.com

How To Join Crochet Hexagons With an Invisible Seam

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Gourmet Crochet: Flat braid join how-to

Gourmet Crochet: Flat braid join how-to

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Fancy way to join crochet squares

Gourmet Crochet: Simulated braid join

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Ladder stitch for invisible seams

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The art of seaming #crochet #stitch

Learn to Crochet | Seaming | Knit Simple Magazine

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This Crochet lesson will be how to join granny squares.It is rated as a intermediate project. It is great to use for afghans or blankets

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flat braid joining method.

Flat Braid Square Joining Method

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Tutorial: The amazingly flat crochet seam #crochet

grumpygirl: Tutorial: The amazingly flat crochet seam

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another nice method for joining grannies (I still prefer the join as you go method.)

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I cut fleece, poked little holes around each square with a Skip Stitch rotary blade (from here: http://www.skipstitch.com/products.htm ), and then did a simple 2 double crochet (think granny square) all the way around. Then did a boarder. I used the granny square joining method from here using two doubles instead of 3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UuITIgH12DQ&feature;=related

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Granny Square - this is the one I made for my own son. :) I used the join as you go method shown here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UuITIgH12DQ&feature=related It was so easy I highly recommend it. And as my son is now 18 months old, I can tell you it is holding up very well to lots of washing, drying, and love from my son! :)

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