Join-As-You-Go Flat Braid Join

Picture credit: Kristen Howell Knudson

While working on my Ansh (Tunisian Sampler CAL) blanket, I ended up with 25 squares that were of the same size but didn’t have the same stitches on their edges. To join them, I used the Flat Braid Join method which was super easy to make and worked out great! It is a lacy join that is made up of chains and single crochet stitches only.

Here is the Ansh (Tunisian Sampler) blanket where I joined the squares with the Flat Braid Join and made a crochet chain border around it.

Video Tutorials

I have right and left handed video tutorials on my Youtube channel. You can find all my Tunisian crochet video tutorials here.

Right handed

Left handed

Patterns you can make with this technique

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