• 10 Ways to Join Granny Squares

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    Do you have your crochet blanket from childhood?

    Have your grandparents or mother made one for you?

    The warmth and love that comes from that crochet blanket are beyond words.

    Do you want to make one for your grandparent to show them your love?

    Then this article is for you because I will be discussing 10 ways to join granny squares.

    Grab a cup of coffee and let’s start making a beautiful crochet blanket.

    What are granny squares?

    A granny square is a piece of square fabric that is produced in crochet by working from the center to outwards. You can make blankets, pillow covers, purses, or decoration pieces out of granny squares by stitching multiple granny squares together.

    You can make a granny square with three or four rounds if you are making bigger squares. And then there are multiple ways to join them together.

    10 Ways to Join Granny Squares

    1. Celtic Lace Join

    This is a very elaborate and beautiful design. Though it looks tough to do once you start working on it, it becomes easy and all the four squares are joined with a beautiful center.

    Celtic Lace Join
    Via Cypress Textiles

    Watch the tutorial for Celtic Lace Join 

    1. Mattress Stitch Seaming

    It is a vertical seaming technique that creates an invisible join. It is more like sewn rather than crocheted.

    Mattress Stitch Seaming-10 Beautiful Ways to Join Granny Squares
    Via Moogly

    Watch the tutorial for Mattress Stitch

    1. Flat Braid Join

    Flat Braid Join is a simple and beautiful joining technique. You can do it for special projects because the twisted knots give a very pretty look to the joints.

    Via Gourmet Crochet

    Watch the tutorial for Flat Braid Join

    1. Scallop Join

    It is similar to Flat Braid join but just that you don’t drop lp from hook and pick it up again. It is much simpler as it does not involve the twisted look of Flat Braid join.

    Scallop Join
    Via Gourmet Crochet

    Watch the tutorial for Scallop Join

    1. Simulated Braid Join

    It is a little bulky design and involves more skill to get them done properly. You can join pre-edged blocks together.

    Simulated Braid Join
    Via Gourmet Crochet

    Watch the tutorial for Simulated Braid Join

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    1. Dudessembly Join

    This technique is mostly used for large motifs and to put together larger crochet patterns together.

    Dudessembly Join
    Via The Crochet Dude

    Watch the tutorial for Dudessembly

    1. Flat Zipper Method

    The zipper method looks longer than other joining methods. It joins the crochet granny squares in a way that you are zipping them together.

    Flat Zipper Method
    Via Look At What I Made

    Watch the tutorial for Flat Zipper Method

    1. Tight Braid Join

    The Tight Braid Joining method is very similar to the Flat Braid Join, just a difference is that it is tighter and closer and not as lacy as Flat Braid Join. 

    Tight Braid Join
    Via Moogly

    Watch the tutorial for Tight Braid Join

    1. Continuous Join Cluster Style

    It is a continuous no-hook out join and the end result is so pretty.

    Continuous Join Cluster Style
    Via Designs By Muggins

    Watch the tutorial for Continuous Join Cluster

    1. Join-as-you-go (JAYGO)

    In the JAYGO method, you don’t have to first finish all the motifs and then join together, but you keep on joining while doing your last round on each square.

    Join-as-you-go (JAYGO)-10 Beautiful Ways to Join Granny Squares
    Via Petals to Picots Crochet:

    Watch the tutorial for Join-as-you-go Join

    Now you have so many beautiful designs to join your granny squares and make a beautiful blanket or pillow cover for your loved ones. Watch the tutorials and start crocheting.

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