Texture Border The Textured Border appeared in the Jo-Ann Mystery Crochet Along back in October 2016. It’s a design that can be used for any afghan as long as the hook compliments the yarn. So while it appears to be used with Bernat Blanket, you can use this with other yarns. The written instructions and […]read more >
Projects featuring border ideas. From complete just borders or projects, the borders are just stunning to learn. From simple to more complex patterns.
Thick & Playful Border One of the best borders I have seen is from the Holiday Striped Throw by Red Heart. It has a really thick border with the potential to be extremely playful with the colours. I really thought this border would be ideal for placements, as well as afghans. Watch the tutorial below on […]read more >
Puffs and Picots Border + Tutorial The Puffs and Picots Border is one of my favourite borders of all time. It was used in the Mystery Afghan with Yarnspirations back in spring 2015. The original border was designed by Edie Eckman, one of the best crochet designers of all time. This pattern is written in […]read more >
Double Crochet Borders Adding a crochet border using the double crochet is really easy as it doesn’t rely on any stitch multiples to make it work. The only area you have to concern yourself within the corners. Once you do the first revolution around, the rest of the border is set and ready for you […]read more >
Crochet Celtic Lace Join / Border The Crochet Celtic Lace Join that has an incredible border is an oldy but a goody. The border can be used on its own or you can combine it to make it join to existing Celtic lace borders if you are thinking ahead. The border is fabulous for just […]read more >
12 Ways to Connect Motifs Together Connecting crochet motifs together can be something crocheters enjoy or I can be what nightmares are made of. For me, connecting motifs mean the really hard part of a project is nearing completion. There are many ways to connect motifs but the project could depend on how much work […]read more >