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These 5 simple crochet edging techniques will leave your project with stunning edges.

5 Crochet Edges You Should Know

Creative Crochet: These 5 simple crochet edging techniques will leave your project with stunning edges.

1) UNISEX BLANKET EDGE:   Materials: -Scissors -1 yard of fleece (or micro-fleece) -1 skein of yarn 'Simply Soft' (in color matching your fabric) -1 hook size either 1.3, or 1.4,...

UNISEX BLANKET EDGE: Materials: -Scissors yard of fleece (or micro-fleece) skein of yarn ‘Simply Soft’ (in color matching your fabric) hook size either …

How to Crochet: Reverse Shell Crochet Border using Single Crochet http://hearthookhome.com/crochet-border-reverse-shell-using-single-crochet/?utm_campaign=coschedule&utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=Ashlea%20K%20-%20Heart%2C%20Hook%2C%20Home&utm_content=How%20to%20Crochet%3A%20Reverse%20Shell%20Crochet%20Border%20using%20Single%20Crochet

Stunning and EASY Crochet Border using Reverse Shells (Video Tutorial)

crochet edging..just used this on edge of large granny square blanket. Very effective and simple.

How to Finish Crochet Blankets

Bunny Mummy: Double V Edging (UK Treble stitch=USA/Canadian Double crochet stitch plus chains to make the pattern.

How to crochet an easy scalloped border (this is explained well for newbie crocheters...or as a refresher for oldies like me) From: Praying With My Feet: Crocheted Scalloped Border Tutorial

How to crochet an easy scalloped border (this is explained well for newbie crocheters.or as a refresher for oldies like me) From: Praying With My Feet: Crocheted Scalloped Border Tutorial

Your choice of crochet edge can make or break your design. Leaving an edge unfinished is not the end of the world, but if you really want your project to soar, choosing an appropriate finishing stitch can really take it over the edge!

5 Crochet Edges You Should Know

Your choice of crochet edge can make or break your design. Leaving an edge unfinished is not the end of the world, but if you really want your project to soar, choosing an appropriate finishing stitch can really take it over the edge! - Crafting In Line

This edging is amazingly fast and simple to do, and looks very pretty!!!  You can use any worsted or baby weight yarn.  Punch holes in your...

This edging is amazingly fast and simple to do, and looks very Bryant's blanket pretty! You can use any worsted or baby weight yarn. Punch holes in your.