# How do you join crocheted granny squares to finish off edge?

When you need to change skeins of yarn while you are working your project, it is best to do it at the end of a line. I would overlap three or four inches of yarn at the end of one skein and the beginning of the other. Make several stitches with the doubled yarn.

If it looks too bulky, you can always tie a knot in the yarn at the end of the row. Never tie yarn in the middle of your work, it looks bad, and will create a interruption in your work.

### How do you do a numeropic?

The numbers to the side and top indicate how many black squares there are in the row. Each number has at least one white space in between it and the next number. For instance, if the numbers are 3, 5, and 7, you will first have a group of three black squares, one or more white squares, next a group of 5 black squares, one or more white squares, and 7 black squares. The black…

### How do you solve a numeropic?

The numbers to the side and top indicate how many black squares there are in the row. Each number has at least one white space in between it and the next number. For instance, if the numbers are 3, 5, and 7, you will first have a group of three black squares, one or more white squares, next a group of 5 black squares, one or more white squares, and 7 black squares. The black…

### What are the steps to complete a numeropic?

The numbers to the side and top indicate how many black squares there are in the row. Each number has at least one white space in between it and the next number. For instance, if the numbers are 3, 5, and 7, you will first have a group of three black squares, one or more white squares, next a group of 5 black squares, one or more white squares, and 7 black squares. The black…

### How do you work out the volume of a square?

Since a square is a 2 dimensional object, it does not have a volume. You can however calculate the area of a square = length x width. Squares are also very useful in trigonometry. However, you can calculate the volume of a cube (6 squares arranged edge to edge to form a box) The volume of a cube = length x width x height

### How is a square and a cube alike?

Squares have all 4 sides of equal lenght and a cube is made up of squares. Think of a cube as 6 squares, top, bottom, and 4 sides. Some of those share a common edge, but all the edges of a cube (which are like sides of a square) are of equal length. Now given the length of a side of a square, let us call it L, the area is L2 and given the…

### Is there a rule to work out how many spaces a queen can move?

Yes, at least if she can move freely. There are always 14 moves in horizontal and vertical directions regardless of the location she stands. (This is similar to a rook.) For diagonal moves we think of a Bishop; standing on the edge or one of the corners it will cover 7 squares diagonally. Now think the chessboard as it comprises concentric squares, or "contours". On the outmost contour, i.e. edge of the board the bishop…