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Crochet Invisible Join in the round written pattern
If you are tired of that unsightly seem running down your latest crochet project, then you need to try this crochet hack. The crochet invisible join is used while working in the round.

Don’t worry this is not a convoluted tutorial. We will NOT be using a needle or cutting the thread at the end of each round. This is one of the simplest method and only takes a few seconds longer, but the finished look makes it all worth it.

The secrete to the invisible join is faux stitch that lays over the top of your beginning stitch. This faux stitch replaces this first stitch. It will all make sense in the video above & the picture tutorial below.

What makes the crochet invisible stitch in the round so great, is that you don’t need to fasten off at the end of each round. With this simple technique all of your projects will look seamless.

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00:00 Intro
00:30 Beginning Stitch
01:45 Ending Row
02:35 Reverse View


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  1. 😍😍😍😍😍👏👏👏👏👏👏

  2. Wins Craft says:

    The great trick,, I just know this idea..thank you so much..

  3. Lenysea says:

    This is GENIUS!! Thank you!

  4. You're so amazing. I learned from to have straight edges and now this. Thank you a million times

  5. Well done , you taught this with your easy mittens video
    Thanks I learned a different way , but it did not always come out as nice as this does constantly ! Hugs 🤗

  6. OhMyStress says:

    You are amazing, thank you!!

  7. You are a genius. And the earring is just the best.

  8. This is great. Thank you. Does this work when changing colours or do you have a tutorial for that too.?

  9. Wow! That’s amazing! I always hate the seam on the back of things. I think it looks sloppy. I am going to try this. Thank you so much for sharing this technique. 😊

  10. Jean T says:

    Great tip, thanks for demonstrating it. 🤩

  11. This is so AWESOME. Thank you ♥

  12. thank you for this, Love it. Stay safe and Happy New Year. 🎆❤

  13. Well that's helpful! Thanks for posting.

  14. julie wisley says:

    That is something else! Thanks for sharing.

  15. gina sheehan says:

    How would this method work when the pattern you're working on is a "V" stitch?

  16. Melodie D says:

    Great video!! I've avoided making sweaters in the round because I don't like the VISIBLE seam. Now, a new bunch of patterns has opened up. Goes to show you don't need to wear a cape to be a hero to crocheters.

  17. Couldn't you just stack two single crochet stitches like you do for your straight edges on a flat piece?

  18. Cool. But I'm confused. Does this change the number of stitches? If your skipping the first one. I'm relatively new and still trying to understand things like patterns and increasing/decreasing, working in the round.

  19. Thank you for sharing this. Its fabulous and seems very easy to do. Love your vídeos. 😍🤩

  20. Carol Ley says:

    I used the invisible join on a pair each of mittens and fingerless gloves. Amazing. Never use any other kind of join again. Thnx.

  21. Wow! I have never seen this technique! Thank you!!!

  22. I’ve been crocheting for decades and have never seen this before. Thank you!

  23. Wow! Thank you so much. ☮️

  24. JanetLouiseB says:

    WOW, that was amazing! Thank you for that incredible tip!

  25. Dang Gurl!!! Where have you been all of my life! Needed this a long time ago 🙂