Remember this quilt tutorial is for your Personal Use only
Crochet Stitches used for Edging
The following videos show the stitches used.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OqhaQQajt0U single crochet stitch (no wraps as you start) 1 chain extra does not count as first stitch
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o1txJLRPfuE double crochet stitch (one wrap as you start)
3 chain extra to start - this replaces the first double crochet stitch
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i4xplEBGowg triple crochet stitch (two wraps as you start)
4 chain extra to start - this replaces the first triple crochet stitch
Using Maize thread (Colour 7-6054) make a round of sc (single crochet) completing the round with a slip stitch.
Continue with yellow thread make a slip stitch into the next sc, 5ch, 1dc into the same sc
*Miss 1 sc, into the next sc 1dc, 2ch, 1dc, rep from * till end of round join round with a slip stitch. Break off yellow thread
Join in coral thread (Colour 7-2004) into a 2ch space Join in the tread a little further along as you don’t want to sew in all the start up and end threads of the different colours at the same spot. 6ch (counts as first triple crochet and 2 ch)
[1trp crochet, 2ch] twice into same 2ch space, 1 triple crochet
Into next 2ch space [1trp crochet, 2ch] three times, 1 trip crochet. Continue around the quilt. Break off thread
Join in green thread (Colour 7-5035)into 2ch space, *1sc, 4ch, 1sc into this 2ch space, rep for next 2ch spaces then 1sc into space between the groups of trip crochet (this is where I find it difficult to explain what I want you to do)continue around the quilt.
Join in darker green thread (colour 7-5001) Into each 4ch space make 2sc, 4ch, 2sc continue around the quilt. If you have any questions please ask, as then I will know where I am going wrong in my explanation!!!!!