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How to Crochet the Princess Tiara Edging

How to Crochet the Princess Tiara Edging
How to Crochet the Princess Tiara Edging
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Talk about feeling like royalty! This How to Crochet the Princess Tiara Edging video tutorial will really help you bring your next crochet project to royalty level. If you have been practicing your curtsy and policing your crown, then you need to learn how to make this crochet edging pattern. The princess tiara edging pattern is so cute and perfect to add to those projects you are giving to your daughter, granddaughter, or niece to help them feel like a true princess!


Materials List

  • Crochet hook
  • Yarn

How to Crochet the Princess Tiara Edging

Princess Tiara Edging Tutorial

  1. Starting in the corner of your piece, slip stitch, chain 3.

  2. Chain 2. Skip 2. 

  3. Double crochet, chain 2, skip 2. 

  4. Repeat until you get to the corner. 

  5. For the corner, double crochet, chain 2, double crochet, skip 2. 

  6. For the next row, start  back in that first double crochet you made and chain 5. That will be your first treble crochet and chain 1. In the same space, treble crochet, chain 1, and treble crochet again. 

  7. Skip one double crochet post. In the next double crochet post, treble crochet and chain 1, and repeat in the same stitch 4 more times. 

  8. Repeat step 7 until you get to the corner. 

  9. When you get to the corner work in the chain section, 5 treble crochet and chain 1. 

  10. Slip stitch the chain space of that original corner you worked in. Chain 5, single crochet in the next space. 

  11. Chain 5 and single crochet in the next space. 

  12. Repeat step 11 until you get all the way to the end. 

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Wow this is a very nice and easy Princess Tiara Edging. After reading the written pattern and trying to watch the video. I'm sure this well finish a plain afghan making it look so elegant. The video kept breaking up, I'm sure it is my internet, But I really don't need the video, the written pattern is done well and I can do this. I'll be adding this edging to my Great grand daughters baby blanket. Thank you so much for this free crochet pattern.

This would be the perfect finishing touch for my goddaughter's baby blanket!


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