How To Attach Crochet To Knitting
A single word “CROCHET” is linked to a world of creativity
patterns. What can’t be made of crochet? Almost everything
is possible to make with thread and a hook,
with the help of the right pattern.
Hats, scarves, headbands,
bandanas, shirts, sweaters, pullovers, ponchos, stoles, shawls,
throws, wraps, capes, dresses,
gloves, socks, slippers, shoes, jewelry, hair accessories, teapot
covers, cushions, rugs, curtain frills, net laces, place mats, mobile
pouches, iPod covers, bags, pouches, key ring chimes, baby toys,
baby dresses, more, more and more.
The interesting fact is that even those projects which are not
completely made with crochet like knitting and fabric stitching
can also be adorned with crochet trims.
And the way is scalloped
edging crochet. There are many other scalloped edging stitches,
but here I’m telling you the easiest of all.
This is the simplest of all double crochet and can be worked backwards,
forwards or even in circles, as in around the cuffs.
1. 1st row: Work along edge using double crochet. If working a
circular edge, join with a slip stitch to the first stitch.
2. 2nd row: If the work is in circular pattern, work base along
the round already made, making one double crochet in each double
crochet and working from left to right instead of the normal right
to left. If you are working in rows then do not turn the work but
simply make one double crochet in each double crochet that has already
been made. Fasten off and you are done.
There are many other methods to attach crochet to a fabric or
knitting like attaching crochet picot lace to a pillow case. The
most common method is to stitch it either with machine or do hand
stitching, depending upon the requirement and the fabric type.
You can stitch with tapestry needle either by using the same thread
used in crochet or the wool that was used in knitting. There are
many websites that provides with many tips for crochet crafters.
Try visiting these as well.