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This edging, of recent popular on the Web, comes from a page in a different language. Although sometimes it’s called petal cone edging, the name of flower edging is also used. We have found a written pattern for you for this that edging, as well as a video tutorial. This edging will be a perfect finish for your afghans or blankets, but you can use it also in many other different projects. Before we will go to the free pattern, let’s see some of the most beautiful realization of this border:

This edging, of recent popular on the Web, comes form a page in a different language.
Photo: Tejiendo Peru (lower)

Petal Cone Flower Edging Free Crochet Pattern and Video Tutorial

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Free Crochet Pattern is here. You can also follow Photo Tutorial (here) or Video Tutorial which you can find below. Save this pattern on Pinterest.

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17 Comments

  1. I just wanted to print out the directions….Don’t have room or time for 18 minute video

    1. Pattern??? For the petal come edging WHERE IS IT

      1. Link to the pattern is always at the end of the post. Thank you 🙂

    2. it appears that she wanted to make clear that your last row of your blanket or item has some open holes (DC) you attach your yarn, ch2, skip stitch of open hole, sl st in the next st then turn your work and 4 DC in the open hole, turn your work, then 5 dc on the pole below. then sl st to the 4 DC. blow past the first 8 minute then you will see what i am trying to explain

    3. Zelia Blackwell says:

      There are written directions ! And, there is a video.

      1. sharon palmer says:

        just want the written pattern in stead of all the pictures

  2. I would like to get the pattern for the petal cone as i am 86 years old and can’t keep up with the video. Thank you Glee E Burgess

    1. Hi, link to the pattern is just above a video, just click on a world ‘here’.

  3. Sharon Frendh says:

    Thank you, very unique and lovely edging. You made it look easy. very clear instructions.

  4. Peggy Harms says:

    Very unique. I love it. Just wondering how I would work it all around the Afghan.

    1. Ena scott says:

      Hi, love the pattern. I need a video showing how to go around corners. I can’t figure out how to do it even on the sample using the V st.

      1. Sebrena Williams says:

        I would like to have step by step how to do petals pattern . I’m enjoying watching tutorial I don’t crochet that fast. Email address is [email protected]

  5. That is a great video. I was wondering how you would turn a corner like in the example pics

  6. hi very nice thanks for all i am waiting best crochet fram yours.

  7. Cindy Fulton says:

    This was a fabulous video tutorial. I can make the little cone flowers but like several others, what do I do when I get to the corner of my work? Tie off and start again on the next row? Maybe there is a better way??? Would love your ideas.

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