Crochet A Block 2016 – Layout and Joining

CROCHET A BLOCK 2016 LAYOUT AND JOINING|CREATIVE CROCHET WORKSHOP
My layout is 5 afghans squares in 6 rows.
After much arranging and rearranging I have settled on the sequence
of original release – in other words squares are set to release date.
Starting with square 1 and ending with square 30!
CROCHET A BLOCK 2016 PREVIEW LAYOUT A|CREATIVE CROCHET WORKSHOP
Layout can be done in anyway – squares can be added, omitted or removed.
Depending on color/colors used layout design will vary.
CROCHET A BLOCK 2016 PREVIEW LAYOUT B|CREATIVE CROCHET WORKSHOP
I have started to join my squares using the simple method of
yarn and needle with the whip stitch!
I felt that with each block being unique and textured, I wanted to keep things simple.
With having a border still to add – I also wanted something that would go quickly!
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I have gathered some joining methods that can also be used.
Joining is a matter of personal preference 🙂
I am allowing a twee week interval to allow enough time to join all the squares.
Joining Methods
Top Row From Left To Right:
Bottom Row From Left To Right:

6. Joining With the Join As You Go Method – Petals to Picots

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PINTEREST:
https://za.pinterest.com/explore/joining-granny-squares/

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