An easy way two join to pieces of crocheted fabric is with a slip stitch seam.
You can do this in many ways –
- with the Right Sides (RS) of the two pieces of crocheted fabric facing
- with the Wrong Sides (WS) of the two pieces of crocheted fabric facing
- in both loops, of both pieces of crocheted fabric
- in one loop from each piece of crocheted fabric (i.e. front loop/back loop combo or back loop/front loop)
How to Make a Slip Stitch Seam
*I find this is the best option for fabrics you want to have rest flat – like Afghan squares*
*I find this is the best option for joining pieces of amigurumi and objects like pillows*
Option 4: Right Sides Facing – Both Loops (the back of the slip stitch will be displayed on the front of the fabric)
The instructions are the same as Option 3 with the two pieces of crocheted fabric reversed (i.e. right sides facing).
View the other tutorials in the “How to Join” collection here: