Joining knitted squares with crochet
Crochet is a great way to join together knitted strips or squares, as in this rainbow bedspread. It's less stretchy than knitting, which means that it will give your blanket more structure and less sag. To join knitted garter stitch squares or strips together, insert crochet hook into a stitch at edge of each strip, pass yarn over hook and draw it through the first two loops on hook, pass yarn over and draw it through the other two loops. Repeat along the edge of the strips. You'll have a…
remily's Hexipuffs 2012 and 2013
I’m declaring this project done, eeven though onlya few puffs are connected. I’ve put the sorted puffs in storage, pending renewed interest. 4/15/13 -- cast on my last hexipuff today! Finished th...
marianasays' Pookie Puffs
SUCH a fantastic idea!!! In case I never make it to the needed 900+ puffs I need to make a king size quilt...(Ravelry: marianasays' Pookie Puffs)
The Beekeeper's Quilt Is Finished! » Make & Do Crew
170ish puffs later, my Tiny Owl's Knits "The Beekeeper's Quilt" is complete! Here are the yarns I used, how I sewed it together and how much time it took here.
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