How to use the Invisible Slip Stitch & Chainless Starting Stitches to work Seamless, Jogless Stripes in the Round

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The Invisible Slip Stitch and Chainless Starting Stitch eliminate the typical turning chain and slip stitch for a seamless, nearly invisible join, perfect for working STRIPES!

See my original video on the Invisible Join method here.

This technique is perfect for any project that requires joining at the end of the round, and is ideal for jogless stripes. It is just as seamless as working in a continuous spiral, yet doesn’t create a jog, or uneven section in your stripes.

The Chainless Starting Double Crochet is abbreviated as CSDC.
The Chainless Starting Half-Double Crochet is abbreviated as CSHDC.
The Chainless Starting Single Crochet is abbreviated as CSSC.

 

Have you tried the Invisible Join method yet?

Happy Yarning! 🙂


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