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babycarolnancy Posted - 12/28/2009 : 07:33:46 AM
Hi everyone,

I finally finished crocheting an afghan in double crochet. The instructions just say to "sew all the sides together". Since you see both sides of the afghan, I was going to use a tapestry needle, but I don't know how to sew it together. I want a flat, invisible seam. Any suggestions?

Thanks!
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Chayah Posted - 12/31/2009 : 11:40:09 AM
Congratulations to you! My rug is waiting patiently for me to get back to it. Have a very happy New Year, Warmly, C.

"Each breath really is a new beginning of the rest of our lives." Jon Kabat-Zinn
babycarolnancy Posted - 12/31/2009 : 10:13:12 AM
The afghan is made in strips of 10 blocks long. I used the Mattress stitch and it turned out great! The rug you are making sounds like it is very pretty.

Thanks!
Chayah Posted - 12/31/2009 : 07:21:39 AM
What kind of edges do you have? I usually crochet mine together, but they are mostly squares. I have been making a small rug in strips and just whip stitching the pieces together in a complementary color. I also think that Mattress Stitch is good, it leaves a pretty invisible joining.I think there are video tutorials for it online. Let me know how you are doing with this, Warmly, Chayah

"Each breath really is a new beginning of the rest of our lives." Jon Kabat-Zinn

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