Corner to Corner Edge Free Crochet Pattern

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One of the problems with many crochet blankets is that the edge is often treated as something of an afterthought. You make a fantabulous blanket, only to worsen it with a simple denser hem or tie-off. Take a look at this method of making a textured edge. This will work well with any looser-stitched project, giving it a lacy, wavy edge.

For more blanket ideas, explore the Vibrant Vintage blanket pattern. It’s a modern take on a classic, using modern yarn colors and varieties to make a blanket in a traditional way. Note that that one too has a wonderful and intricate edge pattern.

A link to the free pattern is below photos.

Corner to Corner Edge Free Crochet Pattern

Skills: Easy           Designer: Kimberly Jackson

Corner to Corner Edge Free Crochet Pattern

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Corner to Corner Edge Free Crochet Pattern

Vibrant Vintage Blanket Border Free Crochet Pattern

Skills: Intermediate          Designer: Rachele Carmona

Vibrant Vintage Blanket Border  Free Crochet Pattern

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Vibrant Vintage Blanket Border  Free Crochet Pattern

 

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2 Comments

  1. Thank you for the free border patterns! They are both beautiful. The first one gives me the inspiration I need to make a corner to corner blanket someday. It will be on my list to try when I am through with my current project. ❤

  2. Many thanks for your free border pattern, they are very nice.
    But I would like witch is the stitch you have used for the first blanket. Tank you for your answer !
    Have a nice week 🙂

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