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How to Join a Round Seamlessly

You can do round crochet like a professional when you follow this tutorial on How to Join a Round Seamlessly. A partially-finished crochet project is all you need, and you can learn literally in seconds how to join the round. This tutorial is vital for beginners who want to learn how to crochet an afghan. You will love how effortless this tutorial is, and you will really love the way it improves your crochet projects.

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Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(2) Fine (23-26 stitches to 4 inches)

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This is how I also join rounds when I crochet. It is a easy way to close your round but use to mess me up when I first started crocheting thinking there was two stitches in that row. After crocheting awhile I know not to do two stitches there. I pull my yarn a little tighter after I slip stitch to join so it make a seamlessly join. Thank you for sharing this How to join a Round Seamlessly. It's a classic..

I use this technique to join when working in the round and I highly recommend it, very easy and you can't hardly see it. In fact I just taught it to someone else a week or so. Give it a try. Judi G

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