It’s time to join our crochet gnomes! This tutorial will work with any corner-to-corner crochet project and the best part is that you DON’T need a border on each of your individual C2C pieces! This is a very simple and effective technique. If you have already made individual borders along each of your gnome panels, don’t worry, you have lots of joining options that I will list out at the bottom of this post.
The first thing I would do is lay out all of your gnome panels in the correct order and position you want them. Choose a yarn color that you want to join your C2C panels with. I am choosing white – simple and clean! You are going to want to join all the seams, first going vertically, then going horizontally down the line. I try to explain this better in my video below:
Holding two of the panels together, you will be making a Single Crochet stitch between the pixel blocks, then make a chain 2 and reach your hook over to the next space between pixel blocks and make another SC. Continue until you have joined all the C2C panels.
The backside has a cool stitched look to it as well!
Alternate joining methods if your C2C panel has a border on it:
Join using the Braided Join Single Crochet as seen in my Corner-to-Corner Celebration Blanket.
Slip Stitch the front loops together as seen in my C2C Bird Blanket
Basic Single Crochet Join as seen in my Emoji Blanket:
And last but not least, one of my absolute favorite blankets and join techniques (but also the most time consuming) is the Tapestry Needle Lace Join (similar to a mattress stitch) that I used on my Christmas Character C2C Blanket.
Get all the details on the 2022 Gnome Project RIGHT HERE!
It’s never too late to start this blanket.
Up next will be a tutorial on how to crochet a border for you gnome blanket!
Mary ann says
I really like this blanket…..thank you for all the border techniques……I am so excited to try them all Thank you for all of your tutorials and patterns……they are awesome!!!!!!
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Carol chapple says
How do i get this gnome gonk pattern?
Alice M. Lawrence says
I have not commented on any of your gnome posts – but, I wanted you to know that I have followed along ALL year – and I have made each gnome, each month. I love your content – you are my FAVORITE crochet blog. Thank you for all your kindness to post all of your creativity. You are A-mazing!!! Can’t wait to see what you bless us with next year!!
Guadalupe Parnell says
Corner-to-corner crochet joins two crocheted pieces and is often used in finished projects such as bags, sweaters and hats. With a little practice, you’ll find this technique is easy to remember even if you’re new to crochet. I prefer to get concrete driveways christchurch and more new things for concrete driveways. This easy corner-to-corner crochet joining technique is one of the most efficient methods for joining a row of crochet stitches. It can also be used to join rounds or chains. The great thing about this easy method, is that it is both visually appealing and easy to understand too!
Had a great time making these each month this year. Thank you for the wonderful designs.
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Tricia Locke says
Ugh i finally got the knack of reading the pattern by august. I had taken a break. Recently picked it up again. Now my August is bigger than the others cuz i wasnt chaining correctly in the others!!! I will have to go back and add to the others before joining together- which is going to look odd!! Argh. I love this pattern though.
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