July 1, 2012 at 12:22 pm

Edging On Crochet

This is a basic fleece blanket you can get for a couple of dollars at Walmart. This pretty edging is called block edging because the stitches look like little blocks. Use this as a decorative edge on doilies or cuffs or even crocheted jewelry. Note: I had to rebuild this page so if there are links that do not work, please let me know as I may have just forgotten to link them. Enjoy this free crochet pattern for an edging that features lacy v stitches crowned with lovely picots. Working a single crochet edging along a piece of knitting is quite easy — if you already know how to crochet. Here is a picture of a basic fleece blanket you can get for a couple of dollars at Walmart.

Edging On Crochet

  • Crochet picot edging is an easy way to edge a piece of crochet or knitwear.
  • When I find vintage embroidered linens with delicate crochet edging at estate sales and thrift stores, I get positively giddy.
  • EdgeryDoo is a squaring, trimming and piercing tool to help you apply a crocheted or decorative edge.
  • Insert the hook into both loops of the slip stitch/single crochet edging.
  • When I find vintage embroidered linens with delicate crochet edging at estate sales and thrift stores, I get positively giddy.
  • Add a crochet edging to a fabric scarf to make an elegant accessory for the house.

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