How to Crochet a Border on a Fleece Scarf

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Crocheting a border on a fleece scarf is something that will require a small steel crochet hook. Learn more about how to crochet a border on a fleece scarf with help from the owner of Terri's Yarns & Crafts, a craft supply store in Sevierville, Tennessee, in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Ava Lynne Green with Terri's Yarns & Crafts in Sevierville, Tennessee. This video is to show you how to put a simple border on a fleece scarf. To do the project, you'll need fleece, a small steel crochet hook for poking holes. This is a larger size G crochet hook, and sport weight yarn. So, now I'm able to take my small hook, stick it down through one of the holes that my sewing machine needle made. And I used the biggest machine needle that I had. complete a single crochet, go over, skip one or two stitches however far you want. Generally about a quarter of an inch away, is about as far as you need to space your stitches. And just continue around the edge, making your single crochets over the edge of the fleece. You then switch to your larger needle, chain one and start working one single crochet in each stitch around. Until you come to a corner. When you come to a corner do two single crochets in each corner stitch. I cut pieces of yarn, 24 inches long, folded them in half and put, pulled the fold through the corner, corner stitch. Just fold them in half, pull the fold through the corner stitch. And then, pull the ends of the yarn through the fold and tighten it down. And do that in every other stitch along the border of your scarf. Making sure that you end up in the corner stitch on, on this side of your scarf, and do it on both, both of the short edges. And there is a simple fleece scarf with a crocheted border and fringe. You can find information about this project at Terri's Yarns & Crafts.

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