Flat Slip Stitch Granny Join

Flat Slip-Stitch Granny Join

Flat Slip-Stitch Granny Join

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This flat slip-stitch granny square join is the joining method I used on the Sunburst Granny Square Blanket (see picture below). It gives a flat yet clearly defined vertical and horizontal lines that frame up the squares.

The method is similar to slip stitch join I did on the African Flower Purse, but instead of joining at the back of the squares, this flat slip-stitch method is working from the front of the squares.

There are plenty of joining methods for granny square, choose the best to suit your project. Perhaps I should make a round up to show you some of those popular and commonly use joining methods. I hope this will come soon [Update : Click here to choose from the 12 ways to join your granny square]. Stay tuned! While waiting for that, please click page 2 for the detail tutorial of this flap slip-stitch method.

granny joining method

{CLICK HERE to get tutorial of Flat Slip-Stitch Granny Joint.}

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  3. Thank you for posting this magnificent tutorial! Just what I needed to finish my Starburst Granny Square baby blankie. I tagged your pattern in my Ravelry projects. This has been an easy and fun project. Thanks again!

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