Joining Techniques in Crochet

 

If you are working with crochet squares, hexagons, octagons or other geometrical motifs, you need to know a couple joining techniques. They come in handy in projects such as tile blankets, or simply any projects that require nice joining of at least two elements. There are many different joining techniques, and some of them are more decorative than others. Seamless join imitate the crochet stitch you used, and more decorative create raised lines or lacy “border” around elements. You can also join motifs as you go, which is very convenient in many projects. Take a look at examples below and search for links to free patterns under the pictures.

 

 

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Joining and Edging – Victorian Lattice Squares Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

Vintage lacy squares need proper joining – this one uses nice lacy stitch to match the overall character of the project.

 

DESIGNED by Victoria L James
PROJECT TYPE tutorial

CRAFT crochet
SKILL LEVEL beginner

Joining and Edging - Victorian Lattice Squares Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

 

 

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Joining and Edging – Victorian Lattice Squares Blanket

 

Join Crochet Squares Together with Slip Stitch Free Crochet Pattern

This easy joining technique is worth putting a bookmark on – it’s beginner-friendly!

 

DESIGNED by Amy Solovay
PROJECT TYPE tutorial

CRAFT crochet
SKILL LEVEL beginner

 

Join Crochet Squares Together with Slip Stitch Free Crochet Pattern

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Join Crochet Squares Together with Slip Stitch

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