Crochet Edging For Baby Boy Blanket

One of the best parts about crocheting is that it’s so versatile. You can use your skills to create a variety of beautiful projects, like blankets and clothing for yourself or for your little one. Crochet edging allows you to spruce up any blanket with an easy-to-follow pattern that adds a touch of flair. If this sounds like something you’d like to try out, read on!

Materials

Materials:

  • Crochet hook size H-8 (5 mm)
  • Yarn needle
  • Stitch markers (optional)
  • Scissors

Blanket Edging Pattern

To crochet the edging, follow these instructions:

  • Make sure to use a stitch marker so that you can keep track of where you are in the blanket. You’ll need to be able to count your stitches as well.
  • Start with a chain of 3 stitches (this will become the first corner stitch).
  • Then make three double crochets all around your blanket until you come back around to where you started.
  • When you get to a corner, do 6 double crochets in those four corner stitches (one at each corner).

Note: In Row 2, you will do a total of 6 double crochets in the corner stitches.

  • On your last row, you will have made a total of 6 double crochets in the corner stitches.
  • In Row 2, you will do a total of 6 double crochets in the corner stitches.
  • When you get to the first corner stitch, skip 1 stitch after it (like we did above).
  • When you get to the second corner stitch, skip 2 stitches after it (like we did above).

This is a cute pattern that adds a little touch to your favorite blanket.

This is a cute pattern that adds a little touch to your favorite blanket. The pattern is very easy to follow and understand. Just follow step by step and you’re done!

You can use this edging on any baby blanket, but I made mine for my friend’s baby boy who was born in December.

Conclusion

This blanket edging pattern is a simple and fun way to add more color and texture to any crocheted blanket. The double crochet stitches create a beautiful border that will make your blanket stand out from the rest. So grab your hook and get started on this easy project today!

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