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How to Finish Crochet: A Free PDF Guide from Craftsy | Craftsy

How to Finish Crochet: A Free PDF Guide from Craftsy | Craftsy

How to crochet an easy scalloped border [I usually just make one up as I do each afghan but this one is really nice. jh]

Praying With My Feet: Crocheted Scalloped Border Tutorial Basically, 4 stitches between each 'home' stitch. 6 trebles into home, skip 2 sts to anchor tr. Skip 2 sts and start a new ''home'.

This edging can be made with any weight yarn lighter than bulky. It is suggested that yarn be smooth so the pattern is visible. Use a needle appropriate to the weight yarn.

How to crochet an easy scalloped border (this is explained well for newbie crocheters.or as a refresher for oldies like me) From: Praying With My Feet: Crocheted Scalloped Border Tutorial

Your choice of crochet edge can make or break your design. Leaving an edge unfinished is not the end of the world, but if you really want your project to soar, choosing an appropriate finishing stitch can really take it over the edge!

Your choice of crochet edge can make or break your design. Leaving an edge unfinished is not the end of the world, but if you really want your project to soar, choosing an appropriate finishing stitch(Diy Pillows Pattern)