How to Attach Granny Squares--Method 1 Part 2 of 2


How to Attach Granny Squares--Method 1 Part 2 of 2

In How to Attach Granny Squares--Method 1 Part 2 of 2, Michael Sellick discusses how to seam together granny squares. This time you'll learn how to combine 4! Soon you can make your very own granny square afghan.

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I just about always crochet seams together and granny squares are seams. I am currently crocheting a baby blanket that has 48 squares and when you sew or crochew them together you have to go into the back stitch only which makes a ridge on the right side. The pattern says to whip stitch them together, but it is so much easier to use a crochet hook. A smoother seam can be accomplished by slip stitching them together instead of using the single crochet stitch.

I was really excited when I saw this series of videos, but after watching them I was disappointed. Michael does all of the joins from the right side of the squares so they all look pretty bad. Has he never heard of joining with right sides of the squares together so the seams are on the wrong side of the afghan? My sewn seams are invisible from right and wrong side - surely he can do better.

Love it it helps learn when it's hard to read the pattern and understand thank's and it's free that help's too.

My mom taught me to do it both ways, either ribbed on top or with the rib on the wrong side and alsos taught me to join as I go along, so I guess that is three ways for me!!


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