Compatibilization of polyamide 6/isotactic polypropylene blends was investigated by mechanical, morphological, thermal, and rheometrical methods. The primary objective was to obtain blends combining the desirable properties of the two components. Four compatibilizers including maleic anhydride, fumaric acid, or glycidyl functionalities were applied at two concentrations (5 and 10%). Maleic anhydride grafted styrene-ethylene-butylene-styrene block copolymer (SEBS-g-MAH) was observed to give excellent mechanical properties, especially at high polyamide/polypropylene ratios. The correlation between morphology and mechanical and rheological properties is discussed, and the interesting effect of blending on the kinetics of crystallization is noted.