I'm about to make a huge granny square blanket!--How to Invisibly Seam Granny Squares. Now I MIGHT attempt making small squares and sew them together. Though I kind of like when it's in one piece -- you bind off and you're done.
Magic Knot 1. Pull both working and joing yarns to pull the knots together. 2. Trim the excess ends of yarn as close as possible. 3. Give a good test pull to both ends of the yarn to make sure it holds. 4. Continue crocheting. The knot should be invisible in your work.* ༺✿ƬⱤღ http://www.pinterest.com/teretegui/✿༻
Kitchener Stitch is a great technique that comes in handy for grafting armholes, and when you want to create the look of an invisible seam. Follow these 5 steps to get started! http://www.creativeknittingmagazine.com/blog/?p=5316