The best kind of seam is no seam at all! Rather than connecting each round with a slip stitch and chain(s) you can just work the first stitch of your second round into the first stitch of your first round. This creates a spiral or slinky style in your stitches.
Why are crochet seams crooked?
Check your stitch count. Otherwise, usually it’s because of too many increase stitches. If your pattern calls for, example, 1 regular stitch and then 1 increase stitches (which is 2 regular stitches in one space), that might be too frequent. Try 2 regular stitches and one increase stitch repeated.
Why are crochet stitches slanted?
Crochet blankets can come out slanted, crooked, or warped for a number of reasons. You may have accidentally missed making or added extra stitches into the beginning or the end of a row. Your tension could have changed due to your position, a change in the hook you were using, or a change in yarn color.
Does the magic knot ever come undone?
If you’ve discovered a real knot at the beginning of your row, then it’s really easy. All you need to do here is cut the knot out and re-join the yarn as you would if you were joining a new ball. … Magic Knot: It truly is a magical knot that won’t come undone!