Friday, August 22, 2008

Puffy lace edging







Edging for hemstitched flannel blanket or handkercheifs.

Materials:
Size 7 hook 1.65 mm
Cotton thread, size 10
Handkercheif or flannel blanket, preferrably pre-hemstitched.

Round 1: Sc evenly around. Join to 1st sc with sl st.

Round 2: Ch 1, [insert hook in sc, pull up loop 1/8 inch, yo and pull up loop twice in same sc, yo, pull through all 6 loops on hook - cluster made] * skip 1 sc, sc in next sc, cluster in next sc * Rep from * to last 2 sc, skip 1 sc, sc in last sc, sl st to ch1 of 1st cluster.

Round 3: * Ch 3, sc in sc *, repeat to end.

Round 4: Sl st in first ch 3 loop, * (cluster in ch 3 loop, ch 3, sc in first ch) 3 times in ch 3 loop, cluster once more in same ch 3 loop (4 clusters in loop), sc in next ch 3 loop * Rep to end.

9 comments:

PBnJ said...

Lovely! Just what I was looking for as an accent along the bottom of a tank top.

Thanks for sharing!

Merit said...

it's beautiful. Where do you get your hemstitched fabric?

Michelle said...

i wish you could make a video of you doing this stitch for us visual people. I have tried numerous times and cant get it right.

Grammy Di said...

so easy and looks great - just what I need to trim a fleece baby blanket. Thanks for sharing <3 it!

jules said...

i used this for a edge on a baby blanket i recently completed and it was fabulous!!!!

leslie said...

What thread did you use for this? Its beautiful!

Brad Sachs said...

I used this to finish off a croched baby blanket and it looks beautiful. I am always making up my own edging and on the lookout for 'Different' and beautiful finishing touches on my blankets. I only wish is knew how to post a picture. The only thing I did different, I didn't do the hemstitch on the blanket. It just wasn't necessary for this project. THANK-YOU so much...WONDERFUL!! My niece will be pleased.

Christine Sachs said...

The above comment was from Christine not Brad...I don't want people thinking my husband sits and crochets...ha-ha. I tried editing the name before the comment, but it didn't work, sorry.
























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LucindaJ said...

Thank your for this pattern, I'm so excited to try it! I found it on Ravelry while hunting for a unique edging pattern. I'm hemstitching the piece myself with a wing needle...wish me luck!