Tuesday, March 24, 2020

How to Crochet Ruffled Edging

Ruffles are a fun and easy way to add some beautiful texture edging to any crochet project.  Worked in simple stitches, you can add them to the bottom of a skirt, a blanket, garment and lots more! 

Want a little help? There's a full video tutorial below too! 

How to Crochet Ruffled Edging
By Jennifer Dickerson

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At the beginning of the row or round, ch 3 (counts as the first dc of the row).

In the first stitch, work 5 dc.

In each stitch after, work 6 dc in each stitch.  If working ruffles in the round, join with a slip stitch in the third chain up (ch 3 at the beginning of the round) to close round.

Note: for less dense ruffles, work less stitches in each stitch.  Try experimenting to see what look you like best!

After you're finished, you may need to shape your ruffles up a bit.

Weave in any ends that remain and you're finished!

© Jennifer Dickerson 2020

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