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Slip-Stitch Crochet Seam

Use this technique for areas where extra strength and stability are desired. For best results, take care to be consistent in the position of your stitches. I prefer to work between the edge stitch and its adjoining stitch.


Three-Needle Bind-Off

1. Arrange the pieces one atop the other, usually with the right sides together.


Three-Needle Bind-Off

2. Insert a crochet hook through both layers of knitting and pull a loop of yarn through.


Three-Needle Bind-Off

3. Insert the crochet hook through both layers of knitting a row or two further along...


Three-Needle Bind-Off

and pull a loop through both the knitting and the loop already on the hook.


Three-Needle Bind-Off

Repeat Step 4 until the seam is complete.


Three-Needle Bind-Off

(finished)


Three-Needle Bind-Off

(right side)

 

Seaming How Tos:

Download a handy pdf with In Praise of Seams
and instructions for all of the seaming techniques.