Cumberland lace shawl by Tabetha Hedrick knit in SweetGeorgia Yarn's Party of Five in Cobblestone

How to Add Crochet Edging

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In this tutorial, Tabetha teaches you how to bind off your shawl in a unique and beautiful way with crochet edging.

This technique is used in Tabetha’s shawl pattern: Cumberland. The sample shown in the video was knit in our Party of Five set in Cobblestone. Cobblestone is no longer available, however we have many beautiful Party of Five sets to chose from on our website. This pattern would also look stunning using one of our gradient sock yarn blanks!

Enjoy!


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