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Why leave your projects looking plain and simple when you can make them pop with a pretty or funky crochet edging?
These 10 crochet edging ideas range from pointy, wavy, curvy to bumpy. You can apply it to all kinds of crochet projects or even your old blankets, linen, table cloths, or napkins.
Iris Crochet Edging
You don't have to have complicated stitches to make something beautiful and stunning. For this edging, the only stitches that are used are ch, sc, dc, and picot. The pattern has a 2-row repeat that ends with a big finish.
If you are new to crocheting or just haven't looked too far into different stitches, you're in luck. The Crochet Scalloped Edging tutorial shows you exactly how to make this crochet edging so that you can learn to crochet with ease. Go step-by-step with the crochet instructions so that you can continue to add these stitches to your crochet borders later on. Good luck!
Via Hopeful Honey
Time for Tea Towels Crochet Edging
Take your kitchen towels from average to angelic with this Time for Tea Towels Crochet Edging. Instantly upgrade basic towels by learning this crochet edging pattern. Choose yarn that matches your towels and add a lace-like border to add femininity and style to this basic kitchen item.
Via Petals to Picots
Lace Flower Edging
This lovely edging will be perfect to finish tablecloth, but you can use it in many other projects as well. You can change the color of the bloom any which way you like.
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Pumpkin Patch Crochet Edging
Here is a cute edging for your fall festivities… a crochet edging with sweet little pumpkins in a little row! It is super simple and fast… you can have your own pumpkin patch in no time! Suitable for chunky yarns or lighter weight yarns too… experiment to see what you like best!
Via Fiber Flux
Crochet Elephant Edging
This Crochet Elephant Edging is such a creative idea! You can just crochet it around anything you want, like a blanket you made or perhaps a tablecloth.
Crochet Wave Fan Edging
This easy crochet tutorial will help you learn How to Crochet Wave Fan Edging stitch. If you’re looking for a really impressive way to finish off a favorite afghan or blanket, then wave edging could be for you.
Cute Bobble Edging
If you are looking for an edging that is both perfectly pretty and super simple, then this is the one for you. It's great for those blankets that you want something a little less girly around the edge. This is one of my favorite go-to borders and is so, so simple, making it perfect for beginners.
Via Lullaby Lodge
Cathedral stitch is a term that is pretty general as there are a ton of variations on the cathedral pattern. In general, they all make the same sort of pointed petal edge. It looks so elegant but is really quite simple to do!
Arc Lace Edging
Add the perfect finishing touch to your crochet pattern with this beautiful Arc Lace Edging. You can either sew this edging onto an edge, or crochet it directly on the edge. This edging is perfect as trim for blankets, afghans, throws, curtains, and dresses, just to name a few.
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Adding crochet edging just gives them a little more of a personality and add a bit more charm to your everyday things. An old tablecloth might just be that same old thing you use for special occasions, but add a lovely crochet edging and it could turn into a well-loved family heirloom!
Looking for more great crochet patterns: 35 Crochet Border Patterns
Jean Matty says
These edging are lovely. I have made a few myself. I especially like the elephant edging for children’s projects. Thank uou.
Renee Beers says
like all these edge patterns
Dawn Self says
I absolutely love the variations in edging! I cannot wait to give them a try in many ongoing projects I have. Thanks so much for the info!
Sandi Crager says
Love these edgings, most I have never seen before. Definitly will be trying some on new projects and dressing up some (I thought) finished projects!! Thank you so much for sharing.
These edgings will add that extra wow factor to any work. Love them all to bits, thank you so much for the patterns
Love these designs, it will definitely help me up my game, and not just stick to my two or three old favourites. Although, I won’t be dropping my candy cane border, I love that too much.
Kathy VanNostran says
Love the edgings shown, I am a beginner and didn’t know how to do any of them. I donate my baby/child hats and little blankets from my Church to Pregnancy Resources. I also make and donate cancer patient hats from my Church. I taught my granddaughter how to crochet and she will love watching and learning how to do some of these for my great grandchildren and for her friends children.
I appreciate you posting these so I can watch and learn more. I did the wave fan on a baby blanket I learned how to do and it really makes a difference. It was hard to do the boarder around the blanket first but I finally figured it out and added the fan edge and it looks so pretty. Thank you so much.
These are all so beautiful. I’ve just finished a baby Afghan and have been looking for different edgings. I cannot believe I found them. Thank you so much.
I love these edgings. How do I purchase them? Please advise how to proceed. Thank you!
Nancy Spoolman says
Do you have these edging patterns in the form a PDF for purchase? That would be ideal! Love some of these!
Beautiful! I can’t wait to make a blanket and trim it with one of these. It will be difficult to determine which to use first. Thank you!
Anita Miller says
Absolutely beautiful! Thank you so much.