When crocheting, you need to be creative and find ways of making your artwork look unique and different from what others do, so you become a brand on your crocheting style. The way you begin a crochet is not the way you should end. If you started with a particular pattern, you need to find a different one for the crochet edges and how you’ll finish it. Check the below tips, so you get started.
Pick a Unique Color for the Edges
The edges of a crocheted curtain, doily, mat, sweater or any other accessory or clothing look attractive and, of course, beautiful if you use a different color from what’s in the other parts of the item. However, avoid being too much matching but rather complement the colors. Also, do not complicate it but rather try to be straightforward and stylish at the edges. It’s such pure and beautiful stuff that will catch the eyes of your friend or customers if you are crocheting for commercial purposes.
Pick a Different Pattern for the Edges
As we said earlier, crochet edges are vital and look great when done in a unique pattern preferably different for the other parts of the item you are crocheting whether it’s a curtain, sweater or any other. Experts recommend that you pick on three patterns and spread through the item you are making. Select one pattern for the starting point, another one at the body, and the third one for the edges.
With the above ideas, you’ll take your crocheting to the next best level. Don’t be content with ordinary casual styles. Be unique in your working.