Joining of Granny Squares

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There are so many different ways to join Granny Squares.  So wish I would have know some of these years ago when I made lots of afghans!

 Petals to Picots

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Single Crochet
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Join As You Goscrapghan-granny-square-pattern-4-of-5

Repeat Crafter Me

Single Crochet JoinDaiseyBlanket

Look At What I Made

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Knot Your Nana’s Crochet

Single Crochet JoinBlooming Roses Blanket

Gourmet Crochet

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6 thoughts on “Joining of Granny Squares

    • I am assuming that by ‘not the same’ you mean you are joining different designs of granny squares and not a hexagon
      I hope to be actually writing these directions soon, but the way I would join is a SC/CH join. The way you would go about it is, put the back of the two squares together and starting at the corner, SC in the corner of the front square and then in the joining back stitch, CH1. Repeat this across the length of the square. The purpose of the CH is it allows you to keep the border lighter and not get so bulky. Hope this helps.

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