Aug 29, 2013 ... Your choice of crochet edge can make or break your design. ... This stitch is
called the blanket edge because it resembles the blanket stitch in ...
Oct 4, 2012 ... Step 3: When you get to the end of the side edge, you will again place 3 .... I am
at the end of a crocheted throw and just about ready for the edging. ..... around
the correct amount of stitches I was careful but it looks a little wavy.
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Aug 26, 2011 ... "How to Crochet - An Even Crochet Edging". ... How to Crochet the Edge / Border
Stitch P #8 by ThePatterfamily - Duration: 5:03. ... How to crochet Entrelac Stitch
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Jun 11, 2013 ... I made two two stripy blankets and just could not achieve straight sides. ... This is
just what I was struggling with, a wavy edge will print out and ...
Uneven edges in crochet usually result from faulty technique, whether the .... [
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The neat ripple pattern that I used in my summer crochet ripple cushion is
adapted from ... When I started rippling, to make my seascape ripple blanket, as
yet unfinished, ... This pattern produces lovely straight edges – but only if you do
Apr 13, 2016 ... It's easy to mess up double crochet, so we'll show you how to avoid beginner
crochet mistakes and get it ... It's pretty apparent now that we need to work a stitch
here to make the edge straight, eh? ... Wild daisies baby blanket.
Crocheting blanket edgings is one of my most favourite things, I love the ... but I
feel that it is making the blanket fluted, wavy along the edge and not lying flat.
6. your needle and tail ends should pop out at the outer edge of your blanket.
Check that you've not pulled it too tight and that your crochet stitches remain neat
Oct 4, 2014 ... Learn how to crochet lazy waves with this step-by-step photo tutorial. ... each “
wave” is formed by 2 of the same stitches on top of each other (so sc on sc, dc on
dc, .... What effect, if any, does it have on the edge of the blanket?