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V-Stitch Border to Edge a Granny Square

Add a contrasting border V-Stitch edge to your granny squares with this easy to follow video tutorial. When crochet in a different colour, it really makes your granny squares stand out!

V-stitch Granny square Border

How to add a v-stitch edge to your granny squares

Simple But Effective!

The V-Stitch edging adds a different type of contrast to your crochet edging. It uses the same treble crochet stitch (Tr) as the granny cluster, but it is made up of 2 treble crochets with a chain in between the stitches to create the V. 

This crochet border can be added in the same colour as the square and visually it would show well, but when crocheted in a different colour, the V-Stitch really stands out! 

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V-Stitch Crochet Edging

Video Tutorial for V-Stitch Edging on a Granny Square

This easy to follow video tutorial will take you through how to complete the steps to add your V-Stitched edge to your square. 

How to add a V-Stitched Edging to a Granny Square | Stitch Tutorial

V-Stitch (V-St) = Tr, Ch1, Tr

1. Join the yarn in any corner, Ch4 (counts as Tr, Ch1), Tr in same corner space

2. V-St, Ch1 into each chain space across to the next corner space

3. V-St, Ch2, V-St in the corner space

Repeat steps 2 & 3 around the square back to where you joined the yarn. Join the round with a slip stitch in 3rd chain . Fasten off and weave in ends. 

There are lots of different borders you can add to your granny square projects including the granny square above that has a shell stitch border added. Click the link below to see 4 other borders and edgings for you to try on your next project. See More Crochet Borders 

V-stitch Granny square Border
V-stitch Granny square Border

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