5 Ways to Join Squares and Motifs Together
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5 Ways to Join Squares and Motifs Together
5 Ways to Join Squares and Motifs Together

5 Ways to Join

It’s easier to show you how the ways to join your granny squares and motifs together through a tutorial. Today, let me demonstrate that for you.

In this tutorial, you will learn the following:

  1. Whip Stitch
  2. Invisible Seam
  3. Back Loop Join
  4. Single Crochet Join
  5. Zig Zag Join

For demonstration reasons, I used a really bright colour when joining the blue squares together to show you where to place your stitch work. For most of you, you will use the same colour of yarn of the exterior border of the square and it will blend really well.

Video Tutorial

11 thoughts on “5 Ways to Join Squares and Motifs Together

  1. I have several HDC squares that need joined for a graphgan. They are different sizes but I would like to join them so that it appears as seamless as possible. Which method would you recommend? Also, should I add a SC border before attempting to join? Thanks for your help!

  2. Which joining method would you prefer for uneven squares? Also, do you recommend adding a border before joining? All of my squares are HDC. I know I do not want a raised join. I want it all to look like a seamless piece. Thanks for your help!

  3. Do you have a tutorial on joining solid granny squares? Also, what type of needle are you using to join ~ can’t find one like it. Thanks!!

  4. Thanks, Mikie! As always, you have solved my dilemma and also answered my question to myself! I’ll be doing the ‘Back Loop’ join. Thank You! 😀

  5. I am 64yrs old and just learning to crochet, I have learned so much from watching and following Mikey, So glad I found this site. Thank You . Sandy Chaves from Peeples Valley Az.

  6. Really enjoyed this tutorial. Have only every used the Single Crochet Join. I think I will use the Zig Zag on my next granny blanket. I really like the way it looks. Thanks Mikey.

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