A discussion of various crochet techniques, including Interlocking Crochet™, a unique crochet technique which creates a double-sided fabric.
I have been asked to demonstrate how you join the corners in a granny square or motif project. Of course, there are several different ways of doing this.
If you haven't seen it yet, I'm happy to announce that my Watermelon Parfait Baby Blanket design is in the Summer 2013 Crochet! Magazine, page 56.
I am happy to announce I have two new crochet designs available in the Quick & Simple collection published by FW Media and D&C.
Two more ways to join Granny Squares.
Front Single Crochet Seam– With wrong sides of Granny Squares together, work through the back loop of the front Granny Square and the front loop of the back Granny Square, single crochet through corresponding stitches on both Granny Squares. This creates a ridge in the center of the seam with a line border on each side. The back seam is a flat join.
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