Joining crochet motifs

Date: 30th January 2015 | Category: News

Discover how to finish off your modular projects and create beautiful joins between granny squares and other pieces.Crochet is really a quite fabulous and flexible craft when it comes to neat, fun finishing techniques, as there are a myriad of ways to join your fabric. You can always simply sew up the seams between motifs.However, you can also crochet them together with a simple slip stitch or more fancy joins that make the resulting fabric extra flexible and decorative, and which means that your darning needle can be all but thrown away.
Read more about joining crochet motifs in issue 62 of Inside Crochet, available in paper form here and digitally here.

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