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Sasha's Picot Edging Pix


The following pattern is my original design.
Please only copy or print this pattern for personal use.
This pattern has not been tested so please contactme if you find any errors.


Hook: Size F

Yarn: 4 ply worsted weight yarn ( I used Simply Soft)

Stitches used: ch, sc, dc, Sasha's Picot.

SASHA'S PICOT = Ch 3, sc in 3rd ch from hk.

Now I know you're all thinking, what is Sasha's Picot???
Well, that's my niece's version of the traditional picot. the only difference between the two is the traditional picot uses a slip stitch and Sasha's uses a single crochet. Anyway, Sasha sat down with me while I was designing and after she played around with her yarn she asked me what she just did. I said I didn't know but would she show me. She did and to make a long story a short one... I used her style of picot stitch to make this edging.
So this design is thanks to Sasha Louise Watts, Future Crochet Designer :o)

Difficulty: EASY

ROW 1: * 3 Sasha's Picots, sl st in 1st picot made. Ch 2, Rep from * until desired length.
ROW 2: Ch 3, dc in each sp where you joined the 1st and 3rd picot and in each ch sp across.


Finish off.


This edging can be used for the following:
sew on pillowcases
sew on towels
dress up a plain shirt collar
put it around a mantel or shelf
use it to dress up a plain clay flower pot
sew it to the hem of the legs of your jeans

Use your imagination :o)




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