How To: Join granny squares with crochet flat brain joining

Join granny squares with crochet flat brain joining

How to Join granny squares with crochet flat brain joining

These crochet how-to videos demonstrate how to do flat braid joining to join granny squares. Start by crocheting a border on the first square. Then proceed to join the first and second granny squares with the flat braid joining technique. Watch and learn how simple it is to crochet with flat braiding. Follow along until you have joined all four granny squares.

(1) Part 1 of 4 - How to Join granny squares with crochet flat brain joining, (2) Part 2 of 4 - How to Join granny squares with crochet flat brain joining, (3) Part 3 of 4 - How to Join granny squares with crochet flat brain joining, (4) Part 4 of 4 - How to Join granny squares with crochet flat brain joining

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Love it! I have been looking for a way different way to join granny squares. I hope I can perfect this one. Thanks for the patter!

looks so pretty!!! i can't wait to teach it to my students at my church group where we have been making warm up america patches and joining them with plain single crochet edges

what a wonderful job. Thanks for sharing this!

I had just finished 30 afghan blocks when I saw your tutorial. It is absolutely FANTASTIC. The finished afghan turned out beautiful - thanks to you - Thank you!!!!!

How to do #5 etc, etc??

The afghan I'm making has instructions similar to this for the "joining", there are 9 rows of 7 squares each. How would you suggest I proceed to join them together? One row across at a time? It certainly helps to see it being demonstrated rather than reading directions!
Thanks!

I've never been a fan of granny squares because of the join. This technique might change my mind and help me to use up my stash of leftovers!! Thanks.

How do you do Square #5. I am abeginner. And I loved your video's and have comleted my first 4. WOW! it is beautiful! thaks Just need to know what to do from here....

i wish she would have actually showed us how the squares were joined. :(

how do you add squares to the group of 4??????????

Thanks so much, but I don't know how to actually join the squares together, does the video continue? if not can you please make another video of the next step. Think a few of us would appreciate it.

This is great! I always am not happy with the effect of joining some patterns. This is so new and delicate to boot! How do I find the other videos, parts 2-4?

The other three videos are linked directly under the video above (1, 2, 3, 4).

Thank you for this unique way of joining squares. I have been looking high and low for a joining technique that looked the finished piece was all one piece. Wonderful!

please show us how to finish!!! we don't know how to make it bigger and join these squares! don't leave us hanging!

Thanks so much for sharing this joining method in video. It was quite clear and easy to follow. It added a nice touch to my baby blanket.

how do you make the rest of the sqaures such as square 5 etc. i am making a pineappl afghan and i thought i could join them in panels like 5 sqaures joined and then jin the next 5 squares and have 10 squares in all etc. as i am doing it though i am having a hard time joining them that way. the only way i see to join is indivdually someone please hlp---i dont want to have to start all over again. thanks jej ferom ny

Thank you so much for this, it was exactly what I wanted. It was very clear and concise and slow enough to follow easily. Well done!

Thank you for taking the time to create this video. It's beautiful, and your instructions were wonderful. :o) xo

hahaha...i live bye the fire station, here in Owen WI... I thought the sirens were from here ... lol!
Great pattern! Two of my daughters are making a pile of granny squares. I'll have to show them this video! its EASY...and...PRETTY!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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