African Flower Cushion with an idea for edging when using hexagonal crochet blocks. Personally, I like the look of a hexagon block afghan but if you don't, this pillow has a great edging but the site doesn't really tell you what to do, you just have to figure it out...looks like 2 rows of treble crochets (row 1: 5 tr, row 2: 2 tr in ea tr from row 1 (10 tr)).

African Flower Cushion with an idea for edging when using hexagonal crochet blocks. Personally, I like the look of a hexagon block afghan but if you don't, this pillow has a great edging but the site doesn't really tell you what to do, you just have to figure it out...looks like 2 rows of treble crochets (row 1: 5 tr, row 2: 2 tr in ea tr from row 1 (10 tr)).

http://heidibearscreative.blogspot.com/2011/02/african-flower-hexagon-join-as-you-go.html    African Flower Grannie - Join As You Go

http://heidibearscreative.blogspot.com/2011/02/african-flower-hexagon-join-as-you-go.html African Flower Grannie - Join As You Go

Bunny Mummy: Double V Edging. Might use for a couple of stripes, or edge on the striped crochet kids' skirt.

Bunny Mummy: Double V Edging. Might use for a couple of stripes, or edge on the striped crochet kids' skirt.

Knot Your Nana's Crochet: 10 Ways To Get The Perfect Finish On Your Crochet Afghan ༺✿ƬⱤღ  http://www.pinterest.com/teretegui/✿༻

Knot Your Nana's Crochet: 10 Ways To Get The Perfect Finish On Your Crochet Afghan ༺✿ƬⱤღ http://www.pinterest.com/teretegui/✿༻

Knot Your Nanas Crochet: 10 Ways To Get The Perfect Finish On Your Crochet Afghan

59 Free Crochet Patterns for Edgings, Trims, and Blanket Borders

50 Crocheted Afghan Borders - Have you ever completed an afghan and thought there was just something missing? It was really pretty but...well, it seemed to need something else and it wasn't fringe! What that afghan probably needed was a border. And this book by Jean Leinhauser gives you 50 of them, which can be added to just about any afghan, whether it's knitted or crocheted, to provide the finishing touch. Some of the borders are wide and ruffled, some are narrow and tailored. Others are…

50 Crocheted Afghan Borders

50 Crocheted Afghan Borders - Have you ever completed an afghan and thought there was just something missing? It was really pretty but...well, it seemed to need something else and it wasn't fringe! What that afghan probably needed was a border. And this book by Jean Leinhauser gives you 50 of them, which can be added to just about any afghan, whether it's knitted or crocheted, to provide the finishing touch. Some of the borders are wide and ruffled, some are narrow and tailored. Others are…

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