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Joining Crochet Motifs
Joining Crochet Motifs
Edie Eckman
Everybody loves to crochet granny squares. Nobody likes to sew them together! Edie Eckman solves the problem with 11 elegant joining techniques.
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Skip the seaming and join as you go! Discover how to create fun shapes and bring them together as you crochet.
Edie Eckman
Edie Eckman
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Seam every project cleanly and easily with the best join for the job. From simple situations to specialty stitch patterns, bring it all together with confidence.
Lindsey  Stephens
Lindsey Stephens
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Add the perfect finishing touch to your fiber projects! Learn how to crochet and apply breathtaking borders full of intrigue and elegance.
Edie Eckman
Edie Eckman

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