Friday * March 6th 2015

My vintage blanket: the edging

Good evening!

Just a quick post tonight to post the graphic of my vintage blanket’s edging…and to tell you THANK YOU for all your wonderful comments on my previous post! I am really lucky to have you all … and so happy everytime to share with you and read your sweet words…

So, here it is…

To make one picot crochet 3 ch and then 1 dc (or sc for the U.S crocheters) in the first ch.

I just love this edging…The picot are a little “pain in the a…” but the result really worth it … simple but beautiful don’t you think?

Have to go now….

Sweet dreams!


41 Comments »Crocheted blankets, edging, Flower in a square, free patterns

41 Responses to “My vintage blanket: the edging”

  1. Marie says:

    Que j’aime ton univers si joliment coloré !

  2. valérie says:

    The cover(blanket) is magnificent! Congratulations! The motive is sunburst, I make him(it) at present for a scarf(sling). I hope that my English is understandable, I am French and I use the translator.
    Thank you for this fantastic blog which is very useful for me because I am novice in the hook.

  3. Estaminette says:

    J’aime beaucoup aussi cette bordure, et ça se marrie très bien avec les carrés. Merci pour les explications.

  4. Victoria says:

    Stunning! Such a beautiful item to snuggle up with.

  5. marieta says:

    oh my God¡¡¡
    thak you for the pattern.
    i love the Blanket.

    Merry Christmas and happy new year¡¡¡

  6. EllyD says:

    Oooh! Thank you so much for the pattern to the lovely edging. The little picot does add so much :) Thank you! And Merry Christmas to you and all your family :) Ellyxx

  7. Maria Laura says:

    el patrón del cuadradito también es este? GRACIAS!!!!!

  8. moisel nylev says:

    Merci pour ça, je trouve très beau et maintenant je comprend comment faut faire ;) Merci !!
    Bises du sud ouest de la France, et joyeux Noël. Moisel Nylev.

  9. sylvie says:

    Très jolie bordure J’aime beaucoup. Joyeux noel et bonne année

  10. Stocki says:

    Beautiful Angie…thank you so much for the graphic…. Merry Christmas ! :)x

  11. Thanks for the pattern, it’s so easy pesy. I can’t wait to make one now, but it will have to wait after the new year. Happy Holidays.
    Misty and Pets.

  12. Angela says:

    Thank you so much for the directions :)

  13. chris says:

    hi angie,
    love your blanket and the edging just finishes them of .
    will be making one for myself.merry christmas and all the best for 2012. happy hooking
    chris from australia

  14. I have been making a couple of stars that use picots and I actually like making them! Love your border, thanks again for sharing!

  15. Betty Guyomarch says:

    Merci pour le diagramme ! Si avec tout ça je n’y arrive pas…
    Tu as raison pour la bordure, simple mais efficace, elle ajoute du charme à ton plaid.
    Je te souhaite un joyeux Noël à toi et ta famille, pour ma part je vais le fêter à Nantes dans ma famille et je reviens à Paris la semaine prochaine.

    gros bisous

  16. Barbina says:

    Soo beautiful! Love your blanket! Thank you so much for the pattern!
    I wish you and your family a very happy Christmas! Barbina

  17. Lucie says:

    Moi aussi j’aime beaucoup ta bordure ! Merci pour les explications.
    Je te souhaite une très bon Noël avec ta petite famille !

  18. Katrin W. says:

    This blanket is so beautiful. Thanks for sharing.
    And have a wonderful christmas!

  19. Laura says:

    Hi Angie – it looks beautiful!! That picot really stands out so well. Thanks for the pattern. As usual you are so generous to post it for us all. Wishing you and your family a very Happy Christmas and a Happy (and hooky) New Year!!! xxx

  20. Martina says:

    So cute!! And thanks for sharing…

  21. How wonderful that you put up all the different crochet symbols. I can read the UK and US versions, it is nice to see what the french symbols mean too. Your blanket is stunning. I really love it. Merry Christmas.

  22. Peppy says:

    I love this edging, thanks for sharing!

  23. Romarine says:

    Un magnifique plaid pour ce Noël ! La bordure est superbe, merci beaucoup pour les explications !!! Un grand bravo pour toutes ces merveilles tout au long de l’année ! Joyeux Noël !

  24. Angela says:

    Gorgeous blanket and edging! Thanks so much for sharing the graph. Merry Christmas!

  25. sophie says:

    Quelle jolie couverture !!!! toutes ces couleurs me font envie, a prevoir pour 2012
    I wish you and your family a merry Christmas!

  26. sarahj says:

    Delightful edging! Enjoy snuggling under your blanket over the festive season.

  27. anna says:

    I love it that it snows on this blog!!!!
    It makes me homesick for my hometown. (Chicago)

    Merry Christmas!!!

  28. Victoria says:

    It is a fabulous blanket! And the edging is lovely.. I am betting the picots are a p.i.t.a, as you say, but it does look good!

  29. Earendil says:

    thanks a lot for the pattern, it’s a very nive edging indeed :)

  30. Alejandra says:

    Gracias por compartir!!!!! Te admiro mucho!!!!! Feliz navidad!!!!!

  31. sue says:

    That’s just the perfect edging I love it! :o)

  32. Niamh says:

    Beautiful. Merry Christmas:)

  33. Marta says:

    A wonderful blanfet! Thank you so much for sharing with us your graphics.
    I hope you and yours a Merry Chritsmas.

  34. Barbara Reichard says:

    Happy Holidays! Thank you for having this beautiful, so colorful blog.

  35. happy new year nice patterns


    Your latest ripples afghan looks wonderful! (So does the vintage blanket!) I was trying to find out how to find that colorful yarn from the ripple afghan. Unfortunately I couldn’t get the website to cooperate with the translation into English to get the details, etc.
    Anyway, I’m not sure where you are located, but if you are able to get it, please let me know where.

    Thanks for your generosity.

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  38. [...] and I still owe you the link for the edging. Same blog as for the poncho pattern: Merci beaucoup, [...]

  39. Wanda says:

    Hi Sucrette
    I am making your vintage blanket for my mom. I finished two squares, but to me it looks like the first colour (the 2st treble clusters) does not lay flat. It pops out. What am I doing wrong? I almost feel like the beginning colour is to big for the next colour to follow. Hope you understand my question. also, how big is your squares? In South Africa our choices for wool is quite limeted. So I used a double knit and I’m using a 3.5 mm hook. Hoping to hear from you soon.
    Kind regards
    Wanda Augustyn

  40. nani says:

    Bonjour! c’est vraiment très joli! bravo!

  41. susan learned says:

    I just love picot stitches. Theyre reallly not that hard and give the the project a professional look.

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