Triangle Crochet Edging
Make little crochet triangles to finish nearly any crochet project!
Having trouble finding that perfect finish on your project? Is an old project fraying on the edges? Try out this Triangle Crochet Edging for a unique way to finish any crochet project. These triangles are a great finishing touch because they are out of the ordinary.
Children will not get their scarves or blankets mixed up, and you can add a fun new touch to any worn out project! This edging would look great as a sun's rays and as a spiky edge for a dinosaur blanket.
Click the link below for the written instructions. You can also watch the video from Tamara to see how to do it. This is incredibly beneficial for visual learners because you can watch the hand movements and where the yarn pieces go to make these beautiful crochet triangles.
Visual learner? Watch the video tutorial right below!
Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook
Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)
When to Use Triangle Edging
Wondering how you can use this beautiful triangle edging? As mentioned above, it works for scarves and blankets, especially baby blankets, but that's just the tip of the iceberg! Use this funky edging on placemats, trivets, pillows, cozies, and even hats.
Changing the color to fit the existing piece will help blend the border in with the overall look, however, using a contrasting color will make it pop and add an extra exciting element to your crochet design. Because this triangle edging is so easy to make, try experimenting with it and see how it changes your pattern.
What crochet project do you want to use this triangle edging on?
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