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  • Slip-stitch seam

    Make a slipknot with seaming yarn and place on hook. With RS of pieces facing each other, *insert hook through both pieces of fabric under the stitch loops, wrap yarn around hook to form a loop (Figure 1), and pull loop back through both pieces of fabric and through the loop already on hook (Figure 2...
    Posted to Crochet Stitch Glossary by AmyPalmer on Jan 12, 2010
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  • Woven seams

    Place pieces side by side on a flat surface, right sides facing you and the edges lined up row by row or stitch by stitch. Step 1 : Secure seaming yarn on wrong side of piece A at start of seam. Pass needle to right side at bottom of first stitch. Step 2 : Put needle through bottom of first stitch of...
    Posted to Crochet Stitch Glossary by AmyPalmer on Jan 12, 2010
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  • Backstitch seam

    Bring right sides of pieces together. Hold pieces in your hand with the 2 edges facing you and piece A closest to you. Work from right to left. Step 1 : Secure seaming yarn on wrong side of piece A at start of the seam. Pass needle through both pieces, from front to back in first stitch. Then bring needle...
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  • Single-crochet seam

    Place the pieces together with the wrong or right sides facing depending on whether you want your seam to be hidden on the wrong side or show on the right side of your work. Hold the pieces in your hand with the two edges facing you. Insert the hook through both pieces at the beginning of the seam and...
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  • Mattress Stitch

    Wi th RS facing, use threaded needle to *bring the needle through the center of the first stitch or post on one piece, then through the center of the corresponding stitch or post of the other piece. Repeat from * to end of seam.
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  • Whipstitch seam

    Place pieces with right sides together. Hold pieces with the two edges facing you. Step 1: Secure seaming yarn on wrong side of one piece. Pass needle through pieces from back to front at start of seam. This creates a small stitch to begin seam. Step 2: A little farther left, pass needle through pieces...
    Posted to Crochet Stitch Glossary by AmyPalmer on Jan 11, 2010
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