Today You’ll learn how to add these 2 different Crochet Borders to your squares to add impact to your finished projects – each different edges has an easy to follow video tutorial so you can master these borders and edge yourself closer to confident crochet. So I hope this post helps inspire you when it comes to closing your Crochet Borders. I think I have you covered from simple to prettifying borders. Borders are down to personal preference as they can have a huge impact on the overall look of your projects.
Crochet squares tend to be the go to project for beginners; they are perfect to practice even tension and stitch size. Adding a border to individual granny squares adds that finished look to projects like cushions or granny square blankets. Crochet borders also really help to make any uneven edges look even and neat.
There are so many different amazing borders to choose from. Each one has a different personality and adds a different effect.
<<< 2 Different Square Crochet Borders >>>
It’s really important to make sure you have prepped your crochet blanket ready for the border to ensure it sits correctly and doesn’t pucker your work.
VERY EASY CROCHET SQUARE WITH A DIFFERENT BEEK
CROCHET SQUARE WITH INCREDIBLE BEEK
- You may also like the following free pattern tutorials :
- TOP 5 CROCHET BORDER PATTERNS
- HOW TO CROCHET RIB CROCHET BORDER
- CROCHET ROCOCO FLOWER EDGING
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