stitching together a blanket

hi, im currently attempting to make a blanket that will be made up of 330 granmy squares! can someone please reccomend a good way to sew them all together? :relaxed:

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I usually do slip stitch

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ok thankyou!

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The way she stitches the slip dt takes a bit of getting used to, but it’s worth it! :smiley::two_hearts:

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at the momen im sort if just randomly stitching them together which doesnt really look that great

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Try the slip stitch, so worth it!

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If you aren’t too far into it yet, you can actually work the last round of the granny square into the edges of the spot where it goes… Geeze I’m bad at explaining this… Let me see if I can find the link

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Ok, it won’t let me share the link, but look up on you tube
Hooked by Robin - join as you go (JAYG) method… It’s the only way I will do granny squares

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This is my favorite, especially if the squares aren’t exactly the same stitch count because you can fudge how many stitches you skip

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ok thankyou!

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thankyou!

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Just crochet them together! Saves some time.

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ok thankyou!

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I like to use a mattress stitch

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thankyou : )

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