Pretty Crochet Edging


Give your project the finishing touch it deserves with this Pretty Crochet Edging. This super easy crochet pattern would look great on any afghan or dishcloth. Use whatever color yarn matches your project.


Crochet Hook7 or 1.65 mm hook (steel)

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

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I wanted to have some dainty kerchiefs and went searching for them on line. OMG. You would not belief what I saw. Most were outrageously expensive and not what I wanted at all. Now I can make all that I want and just add this beautiful crochet edging to get the dainty kerchief I have been looking for.

My Mother always told me to pay attention to the details in everything. Is this not the perfect way to make even the most hum-bug item special. This simple and delicate edging can be the perfect addition to any linen item to kick it up a notch. We all do not have the time to create everything from scratch. This is one way to add that special touch.

Very pretty edging. I like this edging because it's very simple and it's not too wide. It can be applied to a lot of crochet projects - in blankets, afghans, baby blankets, scarves, and a lot more. Very pretty.

This is a very Pretty Crochet Edging and it's so easy. If you scroll down the page you will find the written pattern. It says Pattern crochet edging (made with Phildar Coton 3) 1. Make a SC and leave 1cm between every stitch. Make 3 chain stitches between every SC or as much chains as you need to get a straight line from one SC to the next. Make sure the chain isn't hanging loose between the SC. Repeat this until you've gone round (or as far as you like). 2. Around every bow of chains make 1SC, 1HDC, 1DC, 1HDC, 1SC. It's that easy! This will be a good one for crocheting around a store bought blanket or even around the bottom of a t shirt. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet edging pattern.

Where's the tutorial?

When the pattern initially comes up, just scroll down to read the pattern in English. I hope this helps.

Pretty edging. Just scroll down on the page to read in English.

This would be even greater if pattern were in ENGLISH LOL


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