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Old 06-20-2007, 09:37 PM   #6
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There is a way you can knit them together. You could pick up stitches on one side of one square and the same side on another, and then graft them together. You start out with a center square, and then add 4 squares onto it, and then graft the corresponding stitches together.

*edit- you could also do a three needle bind off, which is totally knitting, no weaving to it, but it would make a bulkier seam than grafting.
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