Mitred Square Crochet Pattern With Gap Free Edges

Do your mitred squares have gaps along the edges effecting the visual appeal?

Mitred squares are worked diagonally from corner to corner, a versatile square with a myriad of uses for some truly inspiring projects. We all want our projects to be fantastic but those holey edges can fall short of that Wow factor.

Learn why edge gaps occur and how to avoid them. You won't find any disagreeable edge gaps in this pattern!

My Photo Capture - Shot 34

wattle
ISO 400 | f 8 | 1/250
Pentax Q system lens 5-15mm

Comments

  1. What a lovely shot. I imagine you spotted this in a lovely country walk? #musundayphoto

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    1. It was at the local oval :o) It's not used much as an oval any more but is a favourite dog walking spot.

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  2. such a lovely shot. wattle is one of my fave flowers. and the smell is so evocative of my younger days camping in the bush. i can always tell one of your photos stella from amongst the many on darren's blog page! it is usually of an aussie animal or flower and always lovely.

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    1. I wish I had such lovely memories of wattle as you. For me it is the harbinger of hay fever. It is ever so pretty though.

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  3. I love that shade of yellow, stunning capture! - Tasha

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    1. It's the brightest thing around at this time of year.

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  4. What gorgeous flowers! So pretty!

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    1. I wish I could plant them, they smell as great as they look.

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  5. They look like little fluffy balls of colour

    Thank you for linking up

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    1. That is the perfect way to describe them.

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  6. Love the burst of yellow! I need this in my life as its gloomy here for days now! Thanks for sharing =) #mysundayphoto

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    1. I see you have your own fabulous yellow burst on your blog at the moment, I'm glad you found some brightness closer to home.

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  7. Cool capture, love the pops of yellow :)

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    1. They are everywhere now, and we are suffering heyfever for the beauty. It is a long flowering season.

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