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Simple Crochet Edgings These simple, straightforward edgings are perfect for beginners or for when you need something a little more low-key. Blanket Stitch Edging This super-simple blanket stitch edging is designed especially for projects with an uneven edge - granny stitch, shells and v-stitch shapes can all be finished off neatly and easily.
Use a contrasting colour for your edging to add an extra pop to your projects. Shell Stitch Crochet Border. Picot Edging in Use! Fancy Crochet Edgings These edgings are a little more complex and fancy than the beginner ones, but not that much more difficult!
Crocheted Bobble Edging This fun, bold bobble edging would make a great addition to sweater sleeves and casual blankets. It's a little time-consuming, but simple enough, and once you've mastered it you'll probably find a million more uses for it.
It's as versatile as it is cute! Lacey Edging This is a simple edging that can be applied to any project with a little math! For example, with a multiple of five: Chain 5, skip 4, sc.
Add another chain or two to make the loops stick out further from the work. Continuous Flower Crochet Edging. Complex Crochet Edgings These stunning, impressive edgings are for the advanced crocheters out there with patience and confidence to spare, but the finish they give your special projects is worth every moment you spend on them and every stitch you pull out. Trefoil Loops Crochet Edging. Use it for something really special, because it's busy and time-consuming, but on the right pattern, it'll turn an okay project into a stunning one.
Dainty Crochet Edging Pattern. Pillow Edgings These intricate lace edgings would look great on pillows or hand towels, added directly or sewn on after. They're classic but still pretty enough to be contemporary with just a little imagination. They'd also look amazing on baby blankets and added to placemats and napkins for an extra touch of luxury when guests are around. Some Crochet Edging Tips. Don't have exactly the number of stitches you need for a particular edging?
If you're only one or two out, you should be able to get away with fudging it a little. It won't work with every edging, but there are lots that it won't matter too much with. Different edgings are best for different projects. Sometimes an understated edging is going to look better than one that's too complicated.
Think about the look you're going for before deciding on a particular edging design. Don't forget about elasticity for the edges of certain projects! You don't want your edging to make the sleeves of your sweater or the band of your hat suddenly too tight. If you're not sure, work up a mockup of the edging first to test the stretch. Crocheting an edging around a corner? For most patterns, you'll need to make three repeats.
More advanced patterns may require different changes, so you'll need to play with them to see what works. Crochet edgings can also be a great way to finish off knitting projects! You can just crochet right onto the cast on, cast off, and sides of a knitted piece. Much easier than grafting a knitted edging on! Remember that these edgings can be done with any weight of yarn - from embroidery thread up to chunky. As long as you use the right sized hook for your yarn, you can make anything from delicate lacy edgings out of thread to heavy, statement edgings with chunky yarn.
Another Way to Use Edging Patterns Love the way an edging looks but don't have a project suitable for it? You can use an edging pattern to make funky, unique bracelets that'll put anything in the stores to shame.
Just measure your wrist, make an edging long enough to go around it, and put a button fastening on it! Some of the fancier edgings even make great decorative scarves. Just crochet a foundation chain long enough to wrap around your neck and leave some hanging - as much as you'd like - and make the edging as normal.
Make a few different designs in the one colour and wear them all at once for something really fashion-forward! Questions must be on-topic, written with proper grammar usage, and understandable to a wide audience.
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Shell stitch is a terrific choice for crochet edging. There are many different ways to crochet shell stitch and all of them will work well for the border of a blanket, a pillow case, or really just about any item at all. This is a very simple, straightforward classic version of the shell stitch used as an edging. 2 yards of 2 3/4" Crochet Stretch Trim This great crochet stretch trim makes fabulous headbands for teams, parties, drill teams, dancewear and is a great fashion accessory for children. It is also us. Crochet Lace Trim Crochet lace was developed during the 16th century, and was known in Italy as far back as the s under the name of 'nun's work' or 'nun's lace'. Britex carries many varieties of crochet lace, including crochet edging lace, crochet insertion lace, and metallic crochet lace.