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While the sedge stitch isn’t likely on everyone’s top ten list of techniques, there’s no reason it shouldn’t be. In fact, this fun and versatile stitch should have a permanent place in our arsenal. Overall, sedge stitch makes a pleasant, gently textured surface that’s amenable to many projects, in particular small blankets, cloths and the like. Of course, there’s absolutely nothing stopping you from applying this wonderful stitch to other projects as well, and I’m sure you can make it beautiful as well.
Sedge Stitch Baby Afghan
To begin with, here is a sedge stitch baby blanket that shows how a the gentle texture rally complements a small project. Furthermore, the subtle color transition makes this a visually appealing project as well.
Skills: easy Designer: Crochet 365 Knit Too
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Sadge Stitch Blanket
However, this blanket uses strong color stripes along with this stitch. Thus you can see that it works with contrasting hues as well.