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Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Picot Blanket Edging

This crocheted blanket edging doesn't require a foundation row, so it works up very fast!

Picot Blanket Edging

Materials: I used Bernat Softee Baby yarn (Pink Parade) and a size G crochet hook, but any baby or sport yarn will work for this edging.

*3 single crochet in each hole, chain 3, slip stitch in last crochet made (this forms the picot), repeat from * around, join and fasten off. (For corners, work 3 single crochet, chain 3, slip stitch in last crochet made, 3 single crochet in each corner hole.)

9 comments:

kwiltmakr said...

What a sweet little blanket.

julia said...

So very sweet and comfy looking.

Barb said...

That looks very nice...thanks for the information on how to...

jovaliquilts said...

Thanks for the instructions! It's so sweet looking.

Anonymous said...

How do you make the holes, though?

andsewon said...

Susan...that looks so soft and the lovely edging just adds the SWEET to it...;-)
Lola

Melanie said...

That is so sweet Susan. Love how your sister's baby quilt is looking. Like you I need meandering practice. Oh I just had a silly thought- I quilt like I walk- straight from a to b. LOL

That Girl said...

That is such a good idea!

Jennifer :)

Cynthia said...

I've crocheted receiving blankets in the long ago, but you're using fleece. How do you make the holes in the fabric? Thanks

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