Do you want to add a border to your crochet projects?
If you are looking for an interesting border for your crochet blanket then try these picot crochet border tutorials to add that something extra!
How Do I Make a Picot Stitch in Crochet?
If you are asking yourself this question then I can help!
Picot borders are super easy to crochet on to almost any crocheted piece such as a scarf, blanket & more! It also is the perfect way to add a little something extra to those crochet projects!
Two Easy to Learn Picot Crochet Edging Techniques
The tutorials below are meant to be attached as borders to finished projects. I’d suggest them on blankets (like the Jane Crochet throw!) , sweaters and even washcloths. Keep this in mind when reading the instructions.
Ready to Get Started?
Scroll on down for the full picot border tutorial!
Picot Crochet Shell Border Tutorial
Shell Border With Picot
This can be worked in any multiple of 3 stitches.
- Chain 1, single crochet in the same stitch.
- * skip 2 stitches, in next stitch make 3 double crochets, chain 4, slip stitch in 1st chain, 3 double crochets
- Skip 2 stitches, 1 single crochet in next stitch.
- Repeat from * to continue the pattern border.
Picot Border Crochet Tutorial
If you need to make a project bigger or smaller just work this border into any multiples of stitches.
- Chain 1, single crochet in the same stitch
- Chain 3, slip stitch into the first chain(this is a picot!)
- * Single crochet into the next stitch, Ch 3, slip stitch into the first chain
- Repeat from * for the pattern border.
You’ve Made a Picot Border!
Now you can easily add borders to almost any crochet project! Which one of these two techniques was your favorite?
Let me know in the comments!