Sunday, May 4, 2014

How to do a Crochet Invisible Join

Here is how I finish off my crochet projects.  The Invisible Join can be used whether to finish off a round or a row, but I mainly use it for when I'm working in a round.  Finishing off your work this way gives your piece a seamless and endless look, without an unsightly knot or bump that clearly gives away your seam.  This video Also shows you how I secure my magic circle and hide that beginning tail.  

If you like this tutorial, then please leave a comment below, or subscribe to my YouTube channel. I'd love to see your work that you've done using this method!  Happy Hooking!



  1. Thank you! It is really amazing the difference that it makes. I've learned a secret to a nice & elegant stitch finish. Great teacher!! Happy Holidays!

  2. Thank for a clear explanation of the invisible join and your method of burying thread tails for crochet!


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