How to Put Granny Squares Together?

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There are several ways to put granny squares together. If you would like a textured ridge between your squares, you can simply single crochet them together. For a flatter texture, place them wrong sides together, then use a length of yarn and a tapestry needle to sew them together through just the parts of each stitch that are immediately adjacent to one another.
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1. Hold two granny squares together with the right sides facing. 2. Insert your crochet hook into the outer loop of the far-right-side stitch on the square closest to you. 3. Insert
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Vic. I will usually use a slip stitch to sew my granny squares together as it gives a seamless look. Others like to use single crochet to join them, but I find this gives the seams
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