Crochet Edging Tutorial

Stitch a seam in the fabric with a sewing machine. Choose a larger stitch size; 4 or 5.

 Stik met de naaimachine een zoom in de stof. Neem een grote steek 4 of 5.
 Stitch along that seam with a blanket stitch, using the machine stitches to make the blanket stitch nice and even. 

Maak dan een festonsteek met gebruik van die stiksteek om de festonsteek mooi regelmatig te maken.

 Work 2 dc in every blanket stitch.  

Haak in elke festonsteek twee vasten.

*Work  3 trebles in the first dc, then 1 ss in the next dc, then skip 3 dc* and repeat between (*).

Haak *drie stokjes in de eerste vaste, dan een halve vaste in de volgende vaste, dan drie vasten overslaan* en herhaal tussen (*).

Cast off after the last dc, then stitch the yarn out of sight on the reverse of the fabric.

Afhechten na de laatste vaste, en dan kun je de draad wegsteken aan de achterkant.

11 opmerkingen:

  1. GREAT explaination and photos!

  2. Lovely! This could work for all kinds of fabric projects. Linking up tomorrow at Tangled Happy. Wishing you a very happy Thursday. :)

    1. Thank you Sara! Fun surprise to get so many visitors and lovely feedback!

  3. I always wondered how to do this. Thank you!

    Cindy Bee

  4. Thank You for tutorial!
    his is nice and beautiful edging!

  5. THANK YOU!!! I've been wanting a simple way of doing this without any extra tools, and this gives me exactly that. Yay!!!! :)
    Thanks again!
    Shani xxx

  6. Thank you for this tutorial, I love the look of crocheted edging on items.

  7. Hi! I came over from Tangled Happy, and I think this is wonderful!

    I have been sorting through my late aunt's things; she had a lot of linens with crocheted edgings, and they are so beautiful. This gives me an idea of how they were done. Thanks!

  8. Thanks for sharing this great idea! I like this method a lot more than using a hole punch on the fabric, it looks much more professional :)

  9. Fantastisch idee, dankjewel voor het delen !!