This crochet Dog Bones Border is the perfect finishing touch for all your creations for your furry friend!
I first thought about a dog bone edging for my Tunisian crochet Dog Bandana, but you can use it to finish off your dog sweaters, blankets, or even food mats.
The pattern is very quick and easy, so let’s just right into it!
- Same yarn as the one you used for your project;
- Appropriate hook size.
Abbreviations (US Terms)
- Ch – Chain
- Picot – Picot Stitch
- Sc – Single Crochet
- Sl St – Slip Stitch
- Sp(s) – Space(s)
- St – Stitch
- Yo – Yarn Over
Crochet Dog Bones Border – Free Pattern Tutorial
RS facing, join your yarn in the first st on one side of your project.
Row 1. Sc 2, *crochet one little bone as follows:
Ch 4, sl st in the third ch from hook (indicated by the arrow in photo 1).
Ch 5, sl st in the third ch from hook (indicated by the arrow in photo 3).
Picot 1, sc 2 working in remaining 2 ch from ch-5 (indicated by the arrows in photo 5), picot 1, sl st in the center of the first picot, sl st in the first-made ch (see arrows in photo 6).
Sc 4 (see arrows in photo 7)*.
Repeat between * until your edging is complete.
Fasten off and weave in your ends.
Your crochet Dog Bones Border is ready!
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