Joining Tutorial

 I couldn't resist these tulips yesterday at the market.  They match my project perfectly.

Today's tutorial is for a simple joining method I like to use.

This is a join as you go tutorial, once you have block #1 done, set it aside and get to work on #2.

The last row on my block is a DC, at the corner when you are ready to join to the other block, put your hook into the corresponding stitch on the finished block first, then DC and finish the stitch by pulling all the way through.  Basically you mimic everything you would normally do on your final row, but your are going through the opposing stitch first.

 It's a simple, but effective and clean joining method. 
You'll be done connecting your blocks in no time and ready to start a new project.

No comments:

Post a Comment