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Sewing Squares Together (Stitch Sampler Scrapghan CAL 2021 – Part 13)

April 2, 2021

We finished all our squares and this week we are Sewing Squares Together!

Stitch Sampler Scrapghan Crochet Along 2021 - Hi there! Thank you for your interest in joining my Stitch Sampler Scrapghan Crochet Along 2021! We're going to spend the next 13 week making this pretty blanket, one square at a time!

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Sewing Squares

– Get the free pattern below or download the printable PDF for free HERE

Worsted weight yarn
Yarn needle
stitch markers


Pattern notes & stitches to know
whip stitch
blo – back loop only

· written in US terms

· This pattern uses a whip stitch in the blo to sew the squares together. You can use any method you prefer for sewing your squares.

· The photos are from a different set of squares, but the method is the same.


Lay the squares out in a 3 x 4, right side down

Sew down all the squares vertically, then sew across horizontally

Either use the long ends from making the squares to sew or cut a piece of yarn for sewing (no longer than 48”- otherwise it will easily get tangled)

Using stitch markers, line up your squares as evenly as possible (due to the nature of the squares for the CAL they don’t all have the same number of stitch on each side – make it as even as possible)

Thread yarn through the yarn needle. Insert yarn needle through the blo of the top two stitches and pull through.

Continue working down the squares with a whip stitch blo

If two squares are being sewn together have a different number of stitches on each side, then double up on a couple stitches on the shorter side (keeping it as even as possible)

Work in this way all the way down each square vertically. Then work across horizontally.

Fasten off.

Weave in all the ends.

See you next week for the last part – the border!

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  1. You mentioned in some of the patterns that blocking would get squares to the right size. How do I block? I have never done that. I thought that would be part of this as well before I could sew them together.

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