How to Crochet the Chain Loop Border Edging for a Scarf or Blanket by Naztazia

How to Crochet the Chain Loop Border Edging for a Scarf or Blanket by Naztazia


Hi I’m Donna Wolfe from naztazia Today I’ll show you how to crochet the chain loop border, which is a nice edging for a scarf, shawl,
or blanket. The stitch multiple is the number of colors you want to use. Since
I’m using three colors for this sample my stitch multiple is three. To begin
chain one and make a single crochet and then chain six. Remove your crochet hook
place the chain forward. With your next color make a slip knot on your hook then
place it in the next stitch over and make a single crochet. And chain six. To
get more videos like this please subscribe to my YouTube channel. Place this chain in the front to start
the third color. And in the next stitch make a single crochet. Then chain six. Start with the first color again and
keep those other two chains laying in the front of the work. Reach over and in the next stitch make a single crochet and then chain six. Place the next color on your hook again. Reach over to the next stitch and make a single crochet. It is important to keep
the other chains in the front of the work. Chain six. Take the next color. Reach over and make
a single crochet in the next stitch. Chain six. Keep repeating the colors in
order across this side. For blankets just keep going around the corners,
always placing your single crochet in the next stitch. Now at the end you will
have the three chains remaining. What I like to do is cut the yarn and pull the
yarn through to fasten off each chain and then take a yarn sewing needle and
wrap the chains around to the back. Place a few stitches in the back to
secure the chains. And weave in all of the ends. And that’s how I make the chain
loop border edging.

57 thoughts on “How to Crochet the Chain Loop Border Edging for a Scarf or Blanket by Naztazia

  1. I Can't Wait to try this. I'm working on a blanket for my Mom and I know she will love it. Thank U so munch Mrs. Donna Wolfe for showing us how to do this. #Naztazia

  2. The way you teach everything seems easy…. thank you so much Donna for lovely video.. is it possible in single colour??

  3. You are greate. Love this border. I’m using in my next blanket peoject. And i love your nail polish. What is the brand and number?

  4. I am making a blanket for my son and I did not know what border to put on and thank you and have a great day. God Bless You

  5. Hi Donna, Thank you I've done 2 color but not 3. will have to try it They are very time consuming but worth it. Have a great day.

  6. Wow this is so pretty. I think I may try this on the bottom of a crocheted sweater that I just finished. I find my sweater turned out a little shorter waisted then I prefer. This would be just enough on the bottom it would look so pretty around the waistband of my jeans where my sweater would lay. Plus this is a beautiful Stitch for blankets. Thank you so much.

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