Joining blanket squares

Joining blanket squares

the better bind off (Elizabeth Zimmerman)...love, love, love this bind off. I use it for the bottoms of sweaters when I knit from the top down and anywhere else you need a nice stretchy edge.

the better bind off (Elizabeth Zimmerman)...love, love, love this bind off. I use it for the bottoms of sweaters when I knit from the top down and anywhere else you need a nice stretchy edge.

Great tutorial on the continuous join, that actually makes a really pretty corner! Must try...

Great tutorial on the continuous join, that actually makes a really pretty corner! Must try...

MyPicot | patrones de ganchillo gratis Más

MyPicot | patrones de ganchillo gratis Más

ПОДРОБНЫЙ МАСТЕР-КЛАСС ПЛЕТЕНИЯ И ВЯЗАНИЯ КОЛОСКА. | вязание спицами и крючком | Постила

вязание спицами и крючком

ПОДРОБНЫЙ МАСТЕР-КЛАСС ПЛЕТЕНИЯ И ВЯЗАНИЯ КОЛОСКА. | вязание спицами и крючком | Постила

This 12” afghan square is fast, fun and deceptively easy to crochet. Use black as your outline for a stained glass effect, or go with a bright or muted palette. You can’t go wrong, and I’ll bet you can’t make just one.

JulieAnny's Stained Glass Afghan Square pattern by Julie Yeager

This 12” afghan square is fast, fun and deceptively easy to crochet. Use black as your outline for a stained glass effect, or go with a bright or muted palette. You can’t go wrong, and I’ll bet you can’t make just one.

Heirloom granny square crochet

Heirloom granny square crochet

Beautiful blanket. Love the way they are joined.

Beautiful blanket. Love the way they are joined.

Ravelry: #16 Hooded Waistcoat pattern by Shiri Mor

Ravelry: #16 Hooded Waistcoat pattern by Shiri Mor

How to join-as-you-go

How to join-as-you-go

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