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How to Sew Crochet Pieces Together

By: Yolanda Soto-Lopez from allcraftschannel.com
How to Sew Crochet Pieces Together
How to Sew Crochet Pieces Together
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"Sewing your crochet or knit pieces together doesn't have to be difficult. In this post I share 2 methods for sewing pieces together. The first method called the "weave stitch" is ideal for items such as granny squares or garments where you want a nice flat seam. The second method "whip stitch" is an option that is ideal where you need a stronger seam such as pressure points along the shoulder or for straps for bags. Find both methods on my blog post. There is also a free video tutorial. Enjoy!"

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