Joining granny squares
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This is a beautifully simple but stunning blanket. It is made up of 64 Granny Squares joined together using the join-as-you-go method. Each Granny Square is made up of a single colour. The pattern requires double knit yarn in seven different colours, but can easily be adapted if you prefer to use more or less colours. The finished
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This round up of 17 methods of joining crochet granny squares includes a variety of different ways of joining squares to make a blanket.
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Whether you're making a stitch sampler blanket or a granny square cardigan, this tutorial for joining crochet squares is the easiest to use!
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When you have made a series of granny squares, you have to decide how to join your squares. You can do this by sewing or crocheting your squares together. My favourite method is the join-as-you-go method, which means a square is joined to adjacent squares whilst working the final round of the Granny Square. My
We all love granny squares, we made many and now we want to put them together to make a beautiful blanket. Well here are two methods. The low point method and the on-the-fly stitching method. To start connecting with the join method on the fly, you need to add a border to the first square, then each square will connect to the previous one. #urbakicrochet #crochet #gannysquares #crochettechniques #freecrochet
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I am always looking for a join! simulatedbraidjoin
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There are almost as many ways to join granny squares as there are patterns for these traditional blanket designs. Sometimes you'll be looking for the quickest and easiest method, sometimes you'll be after something that adds its own special finishing touch to the look of your project.
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