Are you looking for the best idea for scallop crochet edging? It`s good to know and also learn new stitches because you never know when you may need them! Finishing the borders and edges of our beautiful patterns can sometimes feel like a daunting task. We hope today`s collection of Scalloped Edging Ideas will give you some inspiration. A tiny scalloped edging will suit many items like socks, cardigans, or scarves. The bigger or thicker borders will go well with blankets or throws, cushions, and bags too. So grab your hooks and have fun with these designs. Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
Eyelet Lace Edging Pattern Free Crochet Pattern
We love intricate lacy borders so much! Why? Well, because they simply take every project to the next level. Do you have a throw or a baby set to decorate? What a lovely coincidence! This pattern by Allison Baker is evidently what you need.
Level: intermediate Author: Allison Baker
How To Crochet A Scalloped Edging Free Pattern
Looks impressive, doesn’t it? Don’t get intimidated though! If you`re still a beginner, you will surely be able to create this lovely scalloped edging with step by step instructions by Olivia Kent. Use it later to finish off your blankets or tablecloths.
Level: upper beginner Author: Olivia Kent
Big Woolies Free Crochet Pattern
Use this scallop edge by Maize Hutton to decorate wooly socks. Your next pair will look so feminine and beautiful! Don`t stop there though! This pattern will create a delicate border for your scarves and cardigans too. Can you imagine all the cute sets of crochet accessories you can make?
Level: upper beginner Author: Maize Hutton
Easy Peasy Pillowcase with Crochet Scalloped Edging Free Pattern
Are you still not sure how to put today’s dose of scallop crochet edging ideas to good use? You can make a pretty floral pillowcase with a cute border with this pattern by Heidi Bears. This scalloped wonder can easily be used for other items too!
Level: upper beginner Author: Heidi Bears