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How to Join Granny Squares: 8 Video Tutorials



Working up crochet blankets is one of the most satisfying projects to work on. Once you have your pile of crochet granny squares you take a sigh of relief knowing all that's left to do is joining. However, if you don't know how to join granny squares then this process can prove to be tedious as well as frustrating. Whether your favorite stitch is single crochet or double crochet, your blanket is worked in worsted weight or bulky weight, you still need to join those squares. The video tutorials provided will teach you how to join granny squares no matter what crochet hook you used or yarn weight chosen. There are several varieties of crochet stitches, so once you've learned how to make a granny square you can learn how to join granny squares.

How to Join Granny Squares: 8 Video Tutorials

DIY Joining Crochet Squares Part 1 - Using single crochet and the slip stitch you can join your squares easily.

DIY Joining Crochet Squares Part 2 - Join your granny squares using the whip stitch.

How to Crochet Granny Squares Together - Using half double crochet you can join your squares together so they will sit flat.

Learn How to Join Crochet Squares - Learn how to join your crochet squares and shapes together with two easy methods.


How to Attach Granny Squares Method 1 - Part 1 of 2 - Using single crochet allows you to get the appearance of a window-like squares.

How to Attach Granny Squares Method 1 - Part 2 of 2 - Continue with single crochet to join your squares.

How to Attach Granny Squares Method 2 - Continuous Join - Instead of working up all your squares at once, join and crochet as you go.

How to Attach Granny Squares Method 3 - Sewing Together - Sew your squares together with a darning yarn needle.


What's your favorite method of joining granny squares?




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