Crochet fringe

Enhance your outfits with trendy crochet fringe details. Explore top crochet fringe ideas to add a touch of style and texture to your wardrobe.
Crochet fringe is just the thing to add that bit of detail to an otherwise plain crochet item. It can be added along the bottom of shawls, sweaters, blankets, scarves, curtains, or wherever you would like to add some pizazz! This crochet fringe is very easy to work up. I like to see it around pillows, or if you are doing upholstery, it looks great along the bottom of stools or chairs. Try it today with your scrap yarn and see just how easy it is. Crochet Boarders, Crochet Blanket Edging, Crochet Border Patterns, Ravelry Crochet, Debbie Macomber, Crochet Edging Patterns, Crochet Fringe, Crochet Hook Set, Easy Crochet Projects

Crochet fringe is just the thing to add that bit of detail to an otherwise plain crochet item. It can be added along the bottom of shawls, sweaters, blankets, scarves, curtains, or wherever you would like to add some pizazz! This crochet fringe is very easy to work up. I like to see it around pillows, or if you are doing upholstery, it looks great along the bottom of stools or chairs. Try it today with your scrap yarn and see just how easy it is.

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The Knotty Boss - Anna Leyzina on Instagram: "Welcome to another #JustaTipTuesday - today I wanted to show you one of my favorite ways of adding fringe to my work.  Although I love traditional string fringe I’m not a huge fan of having to cut a million pieces of yarn and then individually having to attach them. Instead, I prefer to crochet my fringe directly to my work. This twisted fringe method allows me to do just that and best part is I don’t have to worry about fraying edges.  If you have yet to try crocheting this fringe, definitely give it a go!  INSTRUCTIONS: - Work a slip stitch into the next stitch. - Pull up the working loop to be approximately twice as long as your desired fringe (4” loop = 2” fringe) - Rotate your hook 360 degrees 4 times per every inch of loop (4” loop = 16 r Amigurumi Patterns, Twisted Crochet Stitch, Twisted Fringe Crochet, Crochet Fringe Edging, Crochet Twisted Fringe, Kare Kare, Crochet Hack, Crochet Twist, Crotchet Patterns

The Knotty Boss - Anna Leyzina on Instagram: "Welcome to another #JustaTipTuesday - today I wanted to show you one of my favorite ways of adding fringe to my work. Although I love traditional string fringe I’m not a huge fan of having to cut a million pieces of yarn and then individually having to attach them. Instead, I prefer to crochet my fringe directly to my work. This twisted fringe method allows me to do just that and best part is I don’t have to worry about fraying edges. If you…

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