How to Crochet Edges & Make Crochet Borders on Patterns Free eBook


How to Crochet Edges & Make Crochet Borders on Patterns Free eBook


How to Crochet Edges  Make Crochet Borders on Patterns
How to Crochet Edges Make Crochet Borders on Patterns

Your wrists are sore, your fingers are throbbing and your eyesight went away about three hours ago, but you have just one more row to work up before your crochet design is complete. Yeah, we've all been there plenty of times. When you find the perfect crochet pattern to make it's like you're five years old all over again. You get giddy with a huge grin on your face and you can't wait to get your hands on the perfect crochet colors to start and finish your masterpiece. But wait, now that you're finished with your last row and all the ends are weaved in, you stare at it with a puzzled look. There's just something about it that you can't pinpoint. That's where we come in to help you!

Crochet edges and crochet borders are the greatest finishing touches to many crochet patterns out there. Buttons, appliques and bows are great embellishments too, but sometimes you want something a little more elegant and dainty. Whether the crochet borders are worked in lace or worsted weight yarn, there's just something about them that'll put your mind at ease knowing your project is complete and at its best.

In our latest eBook, How to Crochet Edges & Make Crochet Borders on Patterns, we'll provide you with easy crochet edging patterns along with crochet blanket edgings. If you've never worked with crochet borders or you're a beginner then we're here to teach you how to crochet edges with our easy-to-follow tutorials. Now is the time to customize your crochet design and go outside of your comfort zone. We know crochet itself is addicting, but wait until you start to work with crochet edging.

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Crochet Borders and Edgings: 30 Crochet Tutorials includes:

  • Crochet Edging Patterns and Tutorials
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  • 30+ Ways to Add Borders and Edges to Your Projects
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I m looking for bathroom set patterns please

Hi wapril37 1155175, here is a link to an elegant vintage bath set: We hope this helps! - Editors of AllFreeCrochet

This is a weakness for me. I like looking at pictures of other projects people have made that dont share their patterns and try to come up with a version of it for myself. Then I am left with the agonizing decision of how to change up the border and I never know which pattern is a good one to use.

Thank you for this ebook. Lately I have been adding a lot of crochet edging to older clothes. It not only breathes new life into them by changing them up slightly, but also helps strengthen weakening seams, hems, and collars. I have also used crocheted edging to hide fraying sleeve ends, thus extending the life of the tops. It is nice to have a selection of edges to choose from.

I taught myself how to add borders to my blankets and scarves but I still downloaded this book. I am also currently working on a sofa blanket and am definitely try a border from the book. Thanks

Im never sure how to edge a piece to finish it off beautifully but I downloaded this free ebook this morning and it is exactly what I needed! I have 2 blankets and a scarf that still need to be edged but because I didnt know what to do I put them to one side months ago. Now, from this ebook, Ive chosen edgings for both blankets and am deciding between 2 options that I like for the scarf!

I have and adding an edging to a project is easy. I am currently making my second blanket for my queen size bed. I plan to use an edging from this download to finish off the blanket. I will share when done which will be in a few months. My last blanket took me a little over two months to finish it.

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I have just started to learn how to crochet, using a booklet to learn the different stitches. Still a bit unsure of myself to really tackle a pattern. I am eager to make things for my grandchildren and myself. Hope to get going soon.

Hi Elizabeth, you may want to check out "Utube" videos. Seeing someone crochet a stitch makes it easier to understand how to do the stitch than seeing it in a book.

Any knitted, or crocheted items is not looking finished unless you use crochet edging.


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