This join is meant to be used on a blanket with any size squares and any number of squares in each row and column. I have provided both the regular join as you go version, and the continuous join as you go version so that you can use whichever method you prefer. If you are feeling adventurous, try the continuous JAYG, as it only requires sewing of 2 yarn ends, and also gives a nice strong “net” to promote the integrity of your blanket.
This joining method uses my PLT Join. I created this join in 2012 and first published it in my Gumball Blanket pattern. I used the flat braid join methods of Priscilla Hewitt (my crochet idol) to develop the PLT Join. I am so proud that you can now find people using PLT Join all over the place!
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Note: This pattern is written in US Terms only because it uses only Single Crochet stitch. If you are used to UK Terms, remember: (US) SC = (UK) DC
sc single crochet
yoh yarn over hook
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I used DK weight yarn and a size size 4.25mm hook
It is very easy to resize this blanket
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Jul 12, 2021
Great pattern to work with
Mar 24, 2021
Aug 25, 2020
good service, easy to understand instructions, recommend