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Chances are you’ll be excited to find this simple but incredible way to join pieces together! There’s a simple way to tie off the yarn when finished and to keep your projects from not coming apart, and Jess of Make and Do Crew is going to show you in This Tutorial how to join crochet hexagons, granny squares or other crochet pieces together with a non-bulky, invisible seam the simple way, the way she does it. The happy hexagons blanket looks perfect, don’t you think?
Here’s a little secret, I sometimes just use a tapestry needle to weave an end toward another stray piece of yarn and then tie them in a few inconspicuous knots and cut both strands off. It’s totally against the “rules,” but I find that otherwise, my ends come unwoven and I think that looks worse on a blanket than a few knots on the backside. It’s unconventional, but it works for me.
Check out the original source for this pattern with all the directions and full written pattern at: Make and Do Crew
Thanks to Jess for the article inspiration and featured image.
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