You would?! That's great. I hope the following instructions are clear enough, and that they help you. The invisible stitch I am using, is also known as the 'ladder stitch', because the line of yarn joining your work, looks like a ladder, before it has been pulled taught.
In these instructions, I'm joining up the squares of my 'Little Squares Scarf'. (The instructions for making the squares are in a seperate tutorial).
Right, here goes!
Having lined up your middle squares of the first row ready to be sewn up, thread your needle with some yarn. Use yarn that is thinner than the yarn used to make your square. I used DK yarn to make my square, so, to sew the squares together, I'm using 4-ply yarn.
1. Now I'd like you to put your needle up and through the bar, on the edge of the BOTTOM LEFT hand side of that square, as I've done in the photo above.
This time, you will be taking your needle up and through the bar, in the chain that is at bottom RIGHT hand side of your square.
3. Take your needle through and up the side of the chain, as before, on the edge of the next stitch, of your RIGHT hand square. The square you worked into first.
Sometimes it's difficult to find that 'bar' on the edge of your crochet, so as you can see in the photo above, I have just gone through and up, the outer edge of the next chain up, in that square.
Now for the fun bit, making your stitches invisible!
Now you can start pulling gently on the yarn emerging from the top of your ladder.
I love this bit, when the stitch goes 'invisible'.
I'd like you to repeat stages 1 to 5.
So now we're going to do the outer two rows of the scarf.
And there you have it! One section of your scarf is complete! Well done.
I hope you enjoy making and joining up your scarf, working with all that colour is a joy! And of course, it's great to wear it too!