The Clematis Crochet Quilt: Part 6
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The final stage of creating your quilt. This week we’ll show you how to sew your squares together, and add a neat border.
How to sew your granny squares together
First things first…
Gather your squares and yarns, along with a sewing needle. You’ll use all your yarn colours to sew the design together.
How do I arrange my squares?
We’ve got a handy photo of the finished quilt in each of our 4 yarn pack colours to help you get your squares in a row:
Buy your PDF pattern booklet, then read on for some handy hints to help you bring your blanket together. The Clematis Crochet Quilt pattern is written in US terminology - you can find out more about US and UK crochet terminologies on our blog here.
Need to familiarise yourself with the basics? Take a look at our crochet tutorial videos.
Sewing up your squares
Once you’ve laid out your squares, sew them up using whip stitch in the same colour yarn as the panels. If you’re sewing 2 different colours together, use the lighter shade to sew.
Crocheting the border
Once your panels are all sewn together, you’ll use your Main Colour to work 2 rounds of single crochet along the edges of your blanket.