When crocheting in the round, the invisible join is a far better way to close your work than the classical slip stitch join.
What makes the invisible join so much better is that it is invisible!
With this technique, you will really not be able to tell where your last round ended!
When to use the Invisible Join
This technique is ideal when you are crocheting:
- Round Coasters
- Top-Down Hats
- Trivet and Round Potholders
- Basically, anything that is a circle!
- or you need to Change Color in Amigurumi!
- Basically, anything in the round!
What you will get is:
- A neat edge,
- Clean and straight color changes!
Invisible Color Change
One of the things that I like the most about the invisible join is that color changes become absolutely subtle and neat!
If you’ve ever crocheted an Amigurumi, you’ll probably be familiar with that little step that is created between two rounds of a different color.
Well, with the invisible joining method, you can get rid of that step and get perfectly straight color changes!
In the example below, you can see the difference between changing color without or with the invisible join.
Pretty neat, isn’t it?
So, let’s see how to do it!
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Crochet Invisible Join – Step-by-Step Tutorial
Once you reach the end of the last round, whether it is the last round in one given color or the last round of your project, simply pull your yarn as shown in the figure below.
Skip the first stitch of the last round and insert your needle from front to back under both top loops of the second stitch.
Insert your needle into the back loop of the last stitch of the round with a movement from front to back.
Secure your work by weaving in your ends.
Your Invisible Join is done!
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Me encantó lo pondré en práctica 😊