Invisible Join Row (single crochet) Not Using Slip Stitch

When I was designing my Bottle Coasters, I discovered this technique on my own. It hides the chain stitches at the beginning of the rows in your project. I used this technique to join the rows for my coasters. It doesn’t hide the chain stitches as well as I would like for my Bottle Coasters, but it looks much better than not using this technique at all.

I found this tutorial this morning and was happy to discover that there is a tutorial for this technique. I recommend using it for any project you’re able to because it looks like the rows flow together and creates a smooth look.

Do you have a different technique worth sharing?


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