Cute Baby Blanket Edgings

 

Sometimes a blanket seems unfinished and it calls for nice edges. There are a lot of ideas what to do with them. The best way to make them eye catching is to use a contrasting yarn and crochet a nice border around the original project. It looks particularly well on the baby blankets as it imitates a lace and makes the blanket look more delicate. Making lacy edges from soft materials also reduces the risk of irritations on a very sensitive baby’s skin. Take a look at examples below and search for links to free patterns under the pictures.

 

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Afghan \ Blanket Edging Free Crochet Pattern

This kind of lacy edgings are quite vintage. They look delicate and elegant in the same time. It’s because of the lacy and also very detailed pattern. This kind of techniques have only positive sides – everyone loves it!

 

  • DESIGNED by: The Zen Crochet-er
  • PROJECT TYPE: blanket edging
  • CRAFT: crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL: upper beginner

Afghan Blanket Edging free crochet pattern

 

 

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Afghan \ Blanket Edging

 

Tweed and True Baby Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

This pretty edging looks like little clouds. They give a soft sensation just by looking at them. It’s perfect for a baby. The colorful blanket with the cloudy endings match to a dreamy and daring soul of a curious baby.

 

  • DESIGNED by: Ashlea Konecny 
  • PROJECT TYPE: blanket edging
  • CRAFT: crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL: upper beginner

 

Tweed and True Baby Blanket free crochet pattern

 

Go to the pattern:

Tweed and True Baby Blanket

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