I have all of these hexagons to join so it made sense to create this tutorial. An invisible join is ideal when you want the squares to do the talking and you don’t want the join to distract from the design. And if you keep a long enough tail, it’s another way to avoid weaving in the ends.
This join will work best when you have the same number of stitches in the outer edge. You can still fudge to make it work if there is only a difference of a few stitches.
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