I'm wondering if you can help me out with a project.
Working on an afghan (knit 60"x 46" ) worked in 3 separate vertical sections (two 8" section and one 30" section), in rib stitch (k2, p2).
Would like to join panels with crochet work for added interest.
Any suggestion is appreciated
Hi I too am working on an afghan for my grandson to take to college when he starts in Aug. Mine is also made in panels and now after the fact I realized that I should have made more than one panel at a time. Mine is made up of big cables one going to the right and the other to the left. 48 stitches to instructions, why did I not make two 48 stitches at once rather than now having to sew 4 panels together and then I am making a white panel(other is kelly green) hopefully, if I can ever understand the instructions with his initials and the year he starts school. I wanted to make it 2016 but everyone talked me out of that in case he goes to school longer etc. I cannot wait to finish this one as I have to start another one to be ready for Aug. for another grandson who is going to Delaware and the first one to Binghampton. Busy, busy, but good busy. I am going to sew it normal, I think, unless I too crochet it together and I am really not a crocheter just a knitter, oh well. will see when I am done. wish me luck, luck to you.
She shows it on granny squares, but I've used it to join knitted squares with great success. I just had to work a round of single-crochet in order to have the right number of chains in which to join. It will never fall apart in use or the wash!
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