Pretty Lacy Edging

Pretty Lacy Edging

Are you planning to give a handmade present to someone? If you'd like the item to look a bit more elegant, then you'll want to learn how to crochet an edging. With the Pretty Lacy Edging design, you can easily add a textured design to a blanket, shawl, or other item that will stand out from the rest. This crochet pattern is easy to do, but don't let the simplicity fool you. The pattern's design is stunning and will elevate your gift to keepsake status. You can use your choice of yarn with the corresponding hook size for this design.

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Materials List

  • Medium worsted weight yarn
  • I/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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There are so many times when I finish a rather plain project and think that it really needs something else. A little panache that would make it stand out from the crowd. Sometimes a fancy edging like this is the perfect solution. This pretty lacy trim would even work around a fabric creation, too. I did watch the embedded video, and to be honest, the designer is being a bit hard on herself.

I love this Pretty Lacy Edging! The written Pattern is well written and easy to understand. There is a video of her doing the edging, but she is a little to fast for any beginner to follow. If you are seasoned crocheter, you can follow her in the video. This edging will make any afgan look more finished, something I need to keep in mind when I crochet. The edging is the final step to finish any afghan.. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet lacy edging pattern.

The designers usually include an edging to their projects but often times they can be really plain. Here is an edging that can be used instead to give your project a little more "umph". Thanks for the free pattern.

I found this lace edging just as I neared completion of a major thread bedspread project. The design I am working on does need a little umph and this is just the thing. Because my bedspread is crocheted with thread, I hope this edging will not look skimpy. Will post pics.

How many times have you worked a nice project but it still lacks a little something to give it panache? This edging is easy to work and is based on stitches familiar to most beginners. The picot can be tricky if youve never worked it, but there is an instructional video to help explain the steps. Its not the best video as the camera needed to be closer to the work, but its adequate.

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