Lacy Crochet Edgings – Free Patterns

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Today we would like to talk about Lacy Crochet Edgings. Sometimes you`re working on a project for a long time and then comes a moment of hesitation. What about the border? With this in mind, we have decided to focus on the most beautiful ideas for borders today. The examples we have found are great because even a beginner can make them. Intricate and delicate lacy edgings are versatile and can be used to complete blankets, scarves, and also cardigans. Moreover, you can use them as decoration or applique on cushions, tablecloths, or tea towels to add a romantic look. Give it a go! Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!

If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Crochet Edging Ideas and Lace Flower Edging.

Lace Trim Free Crochet Pattern

This is an example of a very versatile pattern. You can use this genius design by Olga Poltava to give a beautiful finishing touch to your blankets or tablecloths, but also to crochet a set of bookmarks or a pretty shawl. How exciting is that? We love the color you see below but other shades would surely work here as well.

Level: upper beginner Author: Olga Poltava

Lacy Crochet Edging

The video tutorial is on YouTube. More info and the photos on Ravelry.

Shabby Chic Lace Edging Trim Free Crochet Pattern

Here is one more example of brilliant multi-use patterns by Olga Poltava. This delicate lace edging is so spectacular and yet quite easy to learn. You can customize the sizes and use this wonder as a border for tablecloths or scarfs, or simply sew it onto a pillow or tea towel.

Level: intermediate Author: Olga Poltava

White Lacy Crochet Edging

The original pattern and the photos are on Lacy Crochet. More info is on Ravelry.

Banksia Border Free Crochet Pattern

This is a beautiful lacy border with precious flower motifs. You can make it colorful or go with just one solid shade. This design will make a great border for baby blankets, but it will also spice up single squares. The photo below is vibrating with fresh charm, isn’t it? Dedri Uys has inspired us again!

Level: upper beginner Author: Dedri Uys

Crochet Border

The original pattern and the photos are on Look at What I Made. More info is on Ravelry.

Playful Lace Scallop Edging Free Crochet Pattern

This photo proves that subtle laces go well with bold colors, without a doubt! This beautiful edging by Rachele Carmona can be added to anything – blankets, scarves, or even cardigans. It`s charming and delicate and it will definitely add some playfulness to your designs. Lacy crochet edgings are so inspiring!

Level: upper beginner Author:  Rachele Carmona

Scallop Crochet Edging

The original pattern and the photos are on Cypress Textiles. More info on Ravelry.

Jasmine Lacy Border Free Crochet Pattern

This is such a precious pattern! Everyone who likes elegant designs and pays attention to detail certainly needs this lacy border in their crochet repertoire. Andrea Cretu’s instructions and some yarn are all you need.

Level: intermediate Author: Andrea Cretu

lacy border

The original pattern and the photos are on Yarn Andy. More info on Ravelry.

Crochet Lace Trim Free Pattern

A lace trim always adds so much charm to a project! No matter if you are crocheting a baby blanket or a decorative mandala, you can always use this pattern by Isabella Eisenbeil to spice up the design. Will you stick with white?

Level: intermediate Author: Isabella Eisenbeil

Crochet Lace Trim

The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry. The bottom photo is on Instagram.

Alexandria Lace Free Crochet Pattern

Beautifully vintage! This crochet pattern published on My Picot will bring you back to the old times. It is a wonderful proposal for all romantic and sentimental crochet lovers. Decorate your projects with this lace right away!

Level: intermediate Author: “HOME WORK”, ROSE PUBLISHING CO. (LTD.), 1881

Crochet Lace

The original pattern and the photos are on My Picot. More info is on Ravelry.

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