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Important Note: this list uses US crochet terms, however, many of the videos will use UK and US terms. If you are getting confused, please click here to refer to the abbreviation and term differences guide.
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This video demonstrates the classic scalloped crochet edge. This looks great as the border to a blanket or added to a hem or collar on a garment.
This is a simple border that will leave you with a clean edge but adds a fun effect.
This video shows you two techniques for doing the picot border. This is an easy way to finish off a blanket and create a fun but still polished edge.
This is a similar border to the previous one but is a bit bigger and has more of a pronounced effect.For the left handed version click here.
This is a little more involved and creates a wide border with a lace effect.
This is a fun border for a blanket but would also work well on the hem or cuffs of a garment.
This is a nice simple finish for a blanket.
This is a fun textured edge that is a little more advanced than the wavy border above.
This is a fun textured edge that leaves a simple clean finish.
This video demonstrates how to make a pom pom using only your hand, some yarn and a pair of sharp scissors.
This video shows you how to make really dense pom poms using cardboard, some yarn and a pair of sharp scissors. These are perfect for making pom pom garlands or other decor.
This technique is commonly used on the ends of scarves or shawls, but it can also be used on the hems of garments for a funky twist.
This is an embellishment you can add to almost anything you like but it is most commonly used on children's hats.
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