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How to Crochet Borders and Edging



Do you ever find yourself with a finished project, but it just doesn't look complete? You stare at it and can't figure out what needs to be done with it until a lightbulb goes off. Maybe you need to add crochet edging to complete your pattern. Voila! Simple crochet edging can be added to just about any project out there; it makes your design look complete and a bit more sophisticated. If you're unsure of how to crochet borders then you're in luck because we have some great crochet edging patterns for you to follow.

How to Crochet Borders and Edging

How to Crochet Borders and Edging Contents:

How to Crochet Borders: Crochet Edging Patterns
How to Crochet Borders: Crochet Afghan Edging
How to Crochet Borders: Decor

8 Different Crochet Stitches: Learn to Crochet Something New



Before you tackle some of these edging crochet patterns, make sure you've got the stitches down with our free eBook, 8 Different Crochet Stitches: Learn to Crochet Something New.




How to Crochet Borders: Crochet Edging Patterns

Adding crochet edging can be done with different crochet designs. There are so many different looks and textures to choose from, it all depends on what you want the outcome of your project to look like. There is arc lace edging, bobble edging, granny stripe edging and so much more.

Bobble Edging

  1. Arc Lace Edging - This crochet edging has a vintage vibe to it and will look dainty on anything.
  2. Bobble Edging - Bobble edging almost looks like the popcorn stitch and adds great texture.
  3. Granny Stripe Edging - The crochet instructions provided for this tutorial are easy to follow. 
  4. Lattice Ruffle Eding - Complete your fancy designs with this perfect edge.
  5. Pineapple Swirl Edging - This crochet edging is a beautiful design to add to your elegant projects.
  6. Zig Zag Edging - Crochet thread is used for this fun edge, but you can also use thicker yarns.


How to Crochet Borders: Crochet Afghan Edging

Fresh Flowers Blanket

Crochet borders for blankets can really set your design apart from others. Display your beautiful artwork for all to see. Sometimes the best part about adding a border is in the crochet colors that you choose. If the blanket is a plain, neutral color, add a pop of color for the border and really make it stand out.

  1. Monster Fleece Lovey Blankets - Kids adore these, they're easy to make, and the crochet border adds just the right touch.
  2. Ribbons and Lace Afghan - The built in borders and crochet afghan edging in this design make it a unique one.
  3. Fresh Flowers Blanket - The contrasting color brings out the embellishment and completes the look of the blanket.





How to Crochet Borders: Decor

Crochet Room Wall Decor

Sometimes a tiny bit of flair added to your home can really make your home cozy and warm. Adding crochet borders is a great way to do that, especially for those frilly projects for young girls.

  1. Lace Napkin Edging - Next time you have a dinner party, be sure you bring out your fancy napkins and show everyone what you know!
  2. Pillow Edging - Give your couches and beds something to talk about with these dainty pillows.
  3. Crochet Room Wall Decor - This design is one of my favorites! Any little girl would love to have this hanging on her bedroom wall.






How to Crochet Edges & Make Crochet Borders

If you don't feel like that was enough, don't worry! We have even more crochet borders and edging designs in our free downloadable eBook: How to Crochet Edges & Make Crochet Borders on Patterns.






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