Crochet Invisible Join
Crochet Invisible Join is a technique that I often use when finishing my work. Usually when finishing off our work we sl st to the beginning stitch then fasten off and weave in ends and you end up with what looks like an extra stitch. This can cause problems if you will be continuing on with your work, for example when sewing together granny squares, that extra stitch can throw everything right off.
It's pretty easy to work a crochet invisible join and once you start you will probably use it all the time when finishing off your work.
Let's get started..
At the end of your round, you have finished your last stitch. This is where you would sl st to join your work, for a crochet invisible join do NOT sl st to join.
Fasten off your work, draw up the yarn and thread your yarn needle.
Insert the yarn needle under the beginning stitch of the round.
Pull the yarn all the way through under your beginning stitch.
Insert your yarn needle into the center of the last stitch.
Pull the yarn all the way through the center of the last stitch making sure not to pull too tight.
Looking at the back side of your work, weave your yarn needle through the stitches.
and Voilà! A crochet invisible join!