Fur throw – When looking for a unique baby gift, consider giving a one-of-a-kind felt blanket. A crochet border is a pretty addition to an otherwise ordinary blanket, and a unisex blanket can be turned into a specific for a boy or girl, just by adding a handmade border in pink or blue. Of different designs, use variegated yarns and another size hook for each project.
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Thread the needle with yarn about twice the length of the receiving felt. Start the foundation “chain” on a corner of the felt and about 1/8 of an inch from the edge; sew a straight stitch to the next corner. Sew stitches in sets of six to one shell pattern. Each stitch should be about ½ inch long but may be longer if you tend to be tight. The stitches should be stitched and should not be tight. The stitched seams will be considered as the “chain” portion of action. Continue sewing a straight stitch around the fur throw, and tie it.
Go yarn in each corner. Crochet three single crochet hooks in the corner and one single crochet in each stitch around the blanket. Join the yarn with a stitch mask in the first single crochet. Chain 3 – this is counted as the first double crochet. Fur throws hooks in the same seam. Jump 2 simple crochet hooks, then only crochet in the next stitch. Jump 2 single crochet hooks, then crochet 5 double crochet hooks in the next stitch. Skip 2 stitches, then single crochet in the next stitch. Repeat this pattern around the blanket. Crochet 2 double crochet hooks in the first stitch and go with stitching mask at the top of the chain 2. Finish.
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