How To Slip Stitch Granny Squares Together: Zigzag Slip Stitch Method

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Learn how to slip stitch granny squares together with this really pretty and simple zigzag slip stitch method.

Joining squares together doesn't have to be hard on your hands and joints or complicated.

For many crocheters, the least favorite thing about making squares is joining them.

This embroidery-inspired method should solve that problem.

This unique way of joining squares together is simple, beautiful, and will make your afghan look professional.


How To Slip Stitch Granny Squares Together

How to join crocheted granny squares in zigzag slip stitch method. This join is tight, flat & has a nice & neat seam in both sides even when stretch, very easy and it works fast.

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How To Slip Stitch Granny Squares Together: Zigzag Slip Stitch Method
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Watch the video tutorial below and follow along to learn the zigzag slip stitch technique.

Learn more about this unique way to join granny squares: Zigzag Slip Stitch Method via Lyza Walters.

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5 thoughts on “How To Slip Stitch Granny Squares Together: Zigzag Slip Stitch Method”

  1. I think the zig-zig stitch for the granny squares is an add stitch to putting the square s together. Would like to have a pattern for that stitch and the heart.

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