How do you repair torn crochet?
Sew the torn edges together using matching yarn, carefully crisscrossing the area. Use a chain stitch if you want to make a “crochet stitch” look. Secure your stitches. Sew well into the surrounding area to ensure that your “patch” will not rip further with use.
How do you keep granny squares from unraveling?
Slip stitching at the beginning of rounds, working over your ends, and starting a new yarn with a slip knot on your hook are all good ways of preventing unravelling without tying off. For wool and acrylic – the yarns tend to be “sticky” enough that the ends don’t have much of a chance to unravel.
Can I cut my crochet blanket in half?
After running a thread through the stitches, you can cut the fabric (note, if you want to save both sides of the fabric from the cut you will need to run a thread on either side of the cut to ensure that neither piece of fabric unravels).