Crochet Flower Edging
I have been looking for an edging to add to my Tunisian Roses Afghan. I found a PIN of a Crochet Flower Edging that I thought would be perfect for my afghan. The tutorial is in another language, google translate doesn’t help much and the pictures were not in order. This is what I figured out for this stitch and will be using for my afghan.
Crochet Flower Edging Pattern Notes..
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Yarn: Ice Yarns – Super Baby 50 yards or less.
Hook: US G6/4.00mm
- v-st – (dc, ch1, dc) in same stitch.
Gauge: 3 flowers = 2 inches
- You can use any weight of yarn with the recommended hook size on the ball band or pattern.
- Edging is worked in multiples of 3.
- If you already have a piece you would like to add on to that is in multiples of 3 skip the building a foundation section.
Building a foundation..
Ch 21, sc in 2nd ch from hook and each ch across. (20 sc)
Row 2: ch 3, turn work, sk 1 sc, v-st in next sc, *sk 2 sc, v-st in next sc, rep from * across until you have 2 unworked sc remaining, dc in last sc. (20)
Row 3: ch 3, turn work, v-st in each v-st across finishing with a dc in the last st. (20)
Row 4 & 5: rep Row 3.
Already have a foundation? Start here..
Row 6: ch 5 (counts as beg dc & ch 2), turn work, *dc in space between v-sts, ch 2, rep from * across finishing with a dc in the last st. (18)
Row 7: ch 2, turn work, sk ch2 sp, sl st in dc,
ch 2, turn work, 4 dc in ch2 sp that was just made,
turn work, 5 fpdc under the dc of prev row that you are currently lined up with,
sl st in the beg ch2 sp, *ch 2, sk ch2 sp, sl st in dc, ch 2, turn work, 4 dc in ch2 sp that was just made, turn work, 5 dc under the dc of prev row that you are currently lined up with, sl st in the beg ch2 sp,
rep from * across. (6 flowers)
Need help with the corners?
Want to add the Crochet Flower Edging to an afghan and not sure how to work the corners? Check out how HERE.
Crochet Flower Edging Video Tutorial..
Crochet Flower Edging Pattern..
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