This under the sea crocheted blanket is so colorful and fun! Perfect for a childs room! The back of this blanket is light blue fleece, so its very warm and cozy. Blanket measures approximately 27×37 inches Made with 100% acrylic yarn Made in a smoke free home.
Hacking is a good time that can be a hobby and a way to make some extra money. Starting is not a difficult task, but getting a smooth and even hooked edge is a challenge for most people. Here are some ideas that will help you achieve the great finish.
Arc Edward Edging
This crochet edge is very interesting and versatile, as it has a vintage look. It can either be sewn directly on the edge of cotton or other material, or hooked onto the edge of the material. It is good to use as a trim in blankets, dresses, throws, curtains and even the Afghans.
Lattice Ruffle Edging
This large crocheted edge can be used on handkerchiefs, tablecloths, scarves and even blankets. The type of sewing you choose will depend on the type of project you have, as there are many ways to hook the grid's ruffle edge.