Crochet border patterns
Crochet Border inspiration
Crochet borders and edges can seem daunting, mostly because of the first row or round. Well, never fear, this simple, step by step crochet tutorial will guide you through with ease. With right and left handed video tutorials, frequently asked questions, written instructions, and lots of photos, your starting round or row will be easy peasy. No matter what crochet (or knit) stitch you're working into, you'll have success with this free tutorial. You've got this!🐑
Have you been searching and searching for easy crochet borders for blankets? Well you crochet afghan, blanket, lovey, or whatever your want to call it is going to have a beautiful finish with this linen stitch border. You can personalize it by changing up the colors and the way the stripes are laid out. I love placing one row of one color between 3 or more rows of another to make little dotted rows. It's amazing what you can do with this stitch! 🐑
Sometimes adapting a crochet stitch to be used as a border on a blanket can be a bit of a pain. Figuring out how many stitches to add in the corners, and how to get those corners to look good isn't always easy. With this post you'll learn how to crochet a border around a blanket using the cluster stitch. No math involved, just follow this free crochet pattern and get a beautiful border!
This new “Little Stars” border is made with many little crochet stars. This edging pattern is perfect for your Christmas and holiday projects, baby blankets, home decor items, and much more. Worked in a similar way to the most known heart and flower borders, this crochet edging can be a nice little addition to your crochet border library! Get the free pattern and tutorial by tapping on the pin image!
Learn the Crochet Crab Stitch with this complete photo and video tutorial by Nana's Crafty Home! Also known as the Reverse Single Crochet Stitch this stitch is the perfect simple and easy decorative edging you can add to blankets, baskets and dishcloths. Beginner-friendly variation of the single crochet stitch switches up the direction of your stitch creating a unique finish.