Fleece Blanket Tutorial – Part 2

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A Simple Two-Round Crochet Edging

Generally, I’m going to follow the Project Linus ‘Skip-Stitch Blade Instructions’ for a crochet edging but, since I rounded off the corners on my piece of fleece, I’ll make a couple of small changes.

Finding the ‘Right Side’

Before we pick up our crochet hooks, I want to draw attention to the first phrase in the Foundation Pattern, “With right side of fleece facing you”. I don’t know what it’s like for you, but I can’t always tell just by looking, which is the fleece’s ‘right side’.

477 fleece - front & back

Oh, no. This particular piece of fleece makes a very poor example as it’s quite easy to tell its front and back apart, but we can pretend, can’t we?

The wording that’s printed along the selvedge is a real giveaway. It might as well spell out, “This is the front!” lol.

477 edge words

But I must remember, I’m going…

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  1. I picked up my hook again yesterday for the first time in 18 months (?). I was inspired by the sampler in your previous post, but have a wip I need to finish first. Ran out of wool last night though!

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  2. Very pretty 🙂

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