Crocheted elephants with crochet needles and crochet hooks.

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Elephant Edging Border – Video Tutorial is below. The pattern is displayed on the screen:

This is another Video Tutorial, the pattern is also displayed on the screen:

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  1. I love this elephant border!i want to use it on a baby blanket I’m almost done can I print out the directions?i really,really want this pattern!thankyou so much,and have a great day!!!

    1. Sorry, there is only video tutorial available.

    2. Burnetta Bennett says:

      I have written them up for my use on a baby sweater bottom. You may be able to use mine just add more chains if you need more elephants. Write me if you would like them sent to you.

      1. I would love to have a written patten for the elephant border please. I can’t work on one from a screen. Thank you.
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  2. What yarn and hook are used? I have an blanket this would be perfect for.

  3. A prtintable pattern on your site, not in YouTube comments, would be great for those who don’t use video sites.

  4. Written instructions are so much easier. Please someone write down the instructions & post to Pinterest. Thank you for sharing. Be thankful in all things. Bettyb

  5. For those wanting a written pattern, it shows up on the screen. You can Pause YouTube and copy down the instructions.

  6. Jacqueline says:

    Love this pattern but video tutorials are hard for me to keep up with I ama great grandma and I do much better with written patterns …is there a place where I can find this ty sweetie

  7. I can’t print the pattern! It just takes me to a stupid Chrome app installation!

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