Whether you work the crochet trim first, last, or as an
edging on a store-bought or knitted piece, the right trim or border give your
project eye-catching appeal. You can also modify most patterns, adding a
crochet edging of your choice or substituting the given trim with one of your
Kristin Omdahl is joining us for a free webinar on
crochet trims and edgings. Discussing her motivation for creating a glossary of
crochet borders; ideas for how to use crochet trims; top-down, bottom-up,
motif, and side-to-side edgings; and more, Kristin will inspire you to add a
little something extra to your crochet projects.
It's easy to join. Just click the registration button at right to register for free, then join us online June 7th as Kristin shares her insights and tips. And take the opportunity to ask this popular designer your own questions about crochet edgings.
Kristin Omdahl is the author of The Finer Edge: Crocheted Trims, Motifs & Borders, a collection
of 40 edging stitch patterns as well as 12 project patterns. Kristin says of
Up, Down, and Around the Edge
Adding an edging is a great way to spruce up and decorate
your crochet projects. In this collection, I created edgings in all types of
construction: top-down, bottom-up, side to side, motifs, and more. In addition,
I thought of unusual ways to apply the edgings beyond the traditional framing
of a project. We will make fabric from edging, make 3-dimentional projects from
edging, create twisted fabric, and much more.
— Kristin Omdahl
Register us today and join us June 7th at 1:00 p. m. eastern standard time for this free online webinar. Kristin and I look forward to
welcoming you to the world of crochet edgings.