Crochet Edge Patterns For Baby Blankets

Are you looking for some crochet edging patterns for your baby blankets? We can help! Check out these adorable options and see how easy it is to add a little extra pizzazz to your work.

Picot Edging from Knit and Crochet Baby Blankets

The Picot Edging pattern is a simple one to follow. The PDF file is easy to print out and the written instructions are clear, concise and easy-to-understand. The pattern uses the same yarn as your baby blanket, so you can easily customize it by adding or subtracting rows if desired. You may also use any colors of yarn that you like to create a unique look for each blanket.

The stitches used in this pattern are crocheting single crochet in back loops only; double crochet in front loops only; slip stitch (sl st); chain stitch (ch).

While this project does involve some basic stitches such as single crochet, double crochet and slip stitch, they’re simple enough that even beginners will find them easy to master with very little practice time required! It would also make an excellent choice for more advanced crocheters looking for something new to try!

Frilly Edging from Bernat Baby Blankets Pattern

To complete the edging, you will be working in single crochet stitches. With your size H hook and yarn color of choice, chain 3 and turn.

  • Work 1 sc in each st across (work 2 sts into the corners).
  • Turn and work 1 sc in each of the next 2 sts, ch 1, skip 1 st, work 1 sc in each of the next 2 sts; rep from * to desired length.

Lace Edging for Crocheting Baby Blanket

If you’re looking for a simple and easy way to finish off your blanket, the lace edging is a great choice. It can be attached to any crochet pattern, and it will look beautiful on just about any baby blanket.

The lace edge can be made in any color or combination of colors that match your yarn, which means that you can work with all the colors in your stash!

Simple Scalloped Edge

This is a simple scalloped edge pattern. It can be used on any type of blanket, but is especially good for those with a soft texture or yarn, as it will show off the gentle curves of the stitches and make them stand out even more.

To create this edge, you will have to know how to work in both rounds and rows. The first step is to chain 1 at the end of your row, which will count as one stitch. Then you will increase by 2 each time you work a double crochet stitch in that spot until you get back around to where you started (when working in rounds), or until your piece reaches whatever size it needs to be (when working in rows). You then decrease by 2 stitches every time there’s another double crochet stitch before increasing again until all sides are done; this pattern creates an overall shape like an hourglass when viewed from above.

When making picots: *Work *(ch 3) into same st; ch 1; skip next st* around; sl st into 3rd ch from hook.*

Crochet Rose Bud Edging

If you prefer a more traditional look, crochet rose bud edging could be the perfect finishing touch. This crochet pattern uses three colors and is easy to follow with only one row of increases at each end. The result is an elegant edge that can be used for any project.

For a personalized baby blanket or shawl, try repeat flower edging. You’ll need yarn in five colors plus an accent color for the flower centers; make sure to match your chosen accent color to the flowers’ center rings so they’ll stand out against the rest of the blanket’s stitches! Each flower takes three rounds total; simply repeat those rounds until your entire blanket is edged in flowers!

Crochet leaf edging makes a lovely border on any project—especially if you’re looking for something patriotic! It’s made up of many small leaves worked into one stitch (a decrease), then continued down a row without being joined into rounds like most other projects require. Simply make as many rows as needed by repeating these steps until finished with this fun way to show off your love for America!

Pointed Shells Baby Blanket with No-Hole Edging

This pattern is great for beginners because it uses easy stitches and the edges are no-hole, so you won’t have to spend time weaving in any yarn tails.

Item Information

Skill Level: Easy

Instructions: Make a chain of 100 stitches with a G-6 hook. Row 1: Sc in second ch from hook; *ch 3, skip next 2 chs, sc in next ch* repeat from * to last 2 chs; turn. Rows 2–4: Ch 3 (counts as first dc), dc into same stitch as joining; *ch 1, dc into next st* repeat from * across row ending with a sl st into top of turning chain from previous row. Fasten off yarn at end of last row and weave in ends on bottom edge only using your tapestry needle or crochet hook!

Crochet Leaf Edging in Patriotic Colors

  • This is a crochet leaf edging pattern.
  • The edging is worked in the round.
  • The edging is worked in the back loop only (BLO).
  • The edging is worked in single crochet stitches.
  • You will need red and white yarns to make this project, as well as a size H/8 5 mm hook and a stitch marker or safety pin to hold your place.

Personalized Christening Shawl with Repeat Flower Edging

Materials: Size G or H (4.00 mm) crochet hook; worsted weight yarn

Repeat Flower Edging: Chain 4, join to make a ring with a slip stitch.

Rnd 1 (right side): Ch 3, 2 double crochet in ring, ch 2, *3dc in ring, ch 2*. Repeat from * twice more; join with a slip stitch to third chain of starting chain. Fasten off.

Rnd 2: Join green yarn with a slip stitch to any corner space in row 1 between petals worked previously on same round and work as follows: Ch 3 [counts as first dc], work 5 dc along top edge of flower just made, skip next corner space; work 6 dc around each of next three spaces below flowers just made working last 6 dc into center ch-2 space before beginning first flower (this will be referred to as “corner”), skip next corner space; rep from * twice more omitting final repeat at end; join with a slip stitch to third chain of starting chain

These are some lovely crochet edge patterns you can use to make your baby blankets stand out.

  • Ripple

This is a very easy crochet edge pattern. It’s great for beginners or anyone who wants to make a blanket with minimal effort. The ripple stitch will give your finished blanket an elegant and stylish look. The ripple pattern is also reversible, so it won’t show on both sides of the blanket. If you don’t have time to perfect your stitches, this would be an excellent choice for you!

  • Picot

This type of crochet edge pattern is more complex than others but can still be completed within a few hours if you’re skilled at crocheting. The picot stitch creates little bumps all along your edges that give them a unique look and feel when applied correctly to blankets or other textiles; however, they are hard to master at first so try making small swatches first before attempting larger projects like baby blankets in order to get used to using them correctly (and not accidentally messing them up). Once mastered however this technique makes beautiful results even though it takes longer than some other methods available today–but who cares about speed?

Conclusion

There are many different crochet edging patterns that you can use to dress up your blankets. The ones we have covered here are just a few examples of how you can add some flair and style to these special projects. If you like the look of any of them, then be sure to check out the links provided so that you can see more details about how they were made!

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