Welcome back to the Art of Crochet blog!
This week is all about the edging and sewing up of the last twelve squares. You’ll need plenty of the Vanilla yarn, but don’t forget to wash your hands or you’ll end up with some grubby, off-white squares! The square are divided into three groups, starting with 96 and 99, which have 16 trebles down each side and 2tr, 3ch, 2tr in the corners. The others are have 1tr, 3ch, 1tr in the corners and varying numbers down the sides. 92, 100 and 102 have 17 trebles and rest have 18.
To sew up I’ve used up all the loose ends of white. Don’t bother using an extra-long length of yarn to sew up as it’s a false economy, as it takes so much longer to pull it through every time you make a stitch. Use an overhand, or whipping stitch, in every stitch, working wrong-sides together.Here’s the film of the sewing together of Section 7.