B.Hooked TV Episode 26: Getting Started With Join As You Go Crochet

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In this episode of B.Hooked TV We’ll talk about the basics of join as you go crochet, also known as “Jay-Go”. Think of it like your typical “101” course.

With join as you go crochet, you can make your favorite granny square or motif style blanket without the headache of seaming and weaving in a billion ends.

You simply stop crocheting your squares or motifs one round short of what you want; the final round joins all of them together in a planned out pattern. To be honest, there’s an abundance of information available on join as you go crochet but very few (if any) step-by-step instructions. That’s because it’s more of a concept with many ways to accomplish the same result – to join your squares and motifs as you work through the project to eliminate the dreaded joining stage.

we’ll share a simple way to Jay-Go so you can get a start into the wonderful world of join as you go crochet.

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Supplies used in this episode

Hook | Furls Odyssey Crochet – Not currently available

Yarn | Lion Brand Crayola Cake Yarn – Discontinued

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Granny Square Pattern

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What is B.Hooked TV?

Some topics are best explained one-on-one. Since Brittany can’t be right there with you, B.Hooked TV is the next best thing. You’ll find helpful tips for improving your crochet and knitting skills in a relaxed and conversational way. It’s not your everyday tutorial but we try to keep them fun, interesting and educational.

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