Q&A: Is there an easier way to seam two crochet pieces together with out a bulky seam using a crochet hook?

Question by px: Is there an easier way to seam two crochet pieces together with out a bulky seam using a crochet hook?
I am trying to avoid using a yarn needle. It seems like the back stitch and single crochet stitch seam is took bulky. I am trying to make an afghan by joining several squares together. Please help!

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Answer by FrostyElf
I am not too sure if there is a better way using crochet hook.
Check this http://crochet.about.com/library/weekly/aa010999.htm and this http://www.knitsimplemag.com/node/34 .

It seems there are not many seaming methods…

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How to join seperate pieces of Crochet work?

Question by wendyladi98: How to join seperate pieces of Crochet work?
I am learning to crochet and have been doing small squares for practice (20 across and about 8 rows all with a K hook) and have that down and they look really nice and suddenly I had an inspiration. a crochet patchwork quilt. I could make long white pieces of like 10 across to put in between the squares. My question is how would I go about joining it all? Do you just do a whip stich with yarn or is there an easier way?

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Answer by rednightsky
You can stitch them together, or you could crochet them. You basically just hold the edges together and do slip stitches through both.

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