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
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.
How to Crochet the Flat Braid Join for your Unicorn Dreams Blanket CAL Squares. 🦄 This method is fantastic as you only have 2 ends to weave in! The Flat Braid Continuous Join is also incredibly forgiving which means it is perfect for joining squares which have different stitch counts or are slightly different sizes. In this video I give a full step by step walk through of all stages of joining your blanket, from the first square right to through to the last!
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