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Pom Pom Edge

Pom Pom Edge
I was looking for a cute border to put on a granny square blanket I just finished I needed to modify it for my blanket and wanted to remember how I did it so I thought I would post how I did it here I just love this cute pom pom stitch To start join with a single crochet then chain 6 3 double crochet in 3rd chain from hook holding back last stitch of each double crochet on your hook You will have 4 stitches Yarn over and pull thru all loops (cluster stitch made) Chain 3 Make a second cluster stitch in the loop that closed your first cluster stitch Join with a slip stitch where your first cluster begins To do this go thru the stitch leaving 1 part of the stitch in the back and 2 parts in the front Single crochet in your next space There you have it.... Cute little pompoms along the edge of your blanket They do take a little while to make but are well worth the cute factor that they give to my blanket!! Robin

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