4 Ways for How to Seam Crochet Pieces Together
I’ve put together four different methods for seaming crochet pieces together, including the whip stitch, mattress stitch, slip stitch, and mattress stitch seam. If you’re not used to sewing, these methods will get you up to speed quickly.
How to Join Crochet Piece Together Video Tutorial
I’ve put together a written and photo tutorial to help you learn how to crocheted seaming, as well as a crochet video tutorial where you can watch me teach you the different techniques in each step of the process.
Method 1: Whip Stitch Crochet Seam
Create stitch bars that run from one side to the other in steps 1-3, pulling the thread tight every five or so stitches to tighten up the seam and secure the two pieces together, then fasten off and weave in the ends.
Method 2: Mattress Stitch Crochet Seam (or Invisible Join)
As you go up and down the crochet rows, make little v’s by pulling the yarn tighter every 5 or so stitches to secure the two pieces together, then fasten off and weave in the ends at the end of each row for a finished product.
Method 3: Single Crochet Seam
Slip stitch yarn through corners to create a loop, then single crochet 1 through both pieces in the next stitch along the edge, fastening off and weaving in ends at the end of each section.
Method 4: Slip Stitch Crochet Seam
I hope this tutorial gives you more confidence when it comes to seaming your crochet projects together, as these crochet seaming techniques will enable you to join different crochet pieces together without fear, and stitch them together in a fun and easy-to-follow pattern.
Can I crochet knitted squares together?
Crochet is a great way to join knitted strips or squares together, and it’s less stretchy than knitting, which means it’s easier to work with. Find this Pin and more on DIY Crafts by Margie Clemons.
How do you join crochet squares with different counts?
Make a sc into the first 4 st’s of each square (through both layers) using the Single Crochet Join (Right Sides Together) u2013 see Photo 1. *Skip the next st of the larger square and insert your hook into the next st of the smaller square without skipping a stitch.
Can you use a regular crochet hook for Tunisian crochet?
In conclusion, while you can technically do Tunisian crochet with a regular hook, it’s best to invest in the right toolsu2014a long Afghan crochet hook for working rows and a double-ended or circular Tunisian crochet hook for working in the round.