Saturday, January 21, 2017

Virus Blanket V Stitch Border

Hello everyone! Thank you for stopping in.

I added a V stitch border to my virus blanket and it turned out just so lovely!!

I first completed the straight edge border. You can view that post HERE

Make sure to check out that video too.

So after you've done the straight edge border the V stitch is SUPER simple.

NOTES: a V stitch is dc chain 1 dc.

To Begin:

Start in your corner stitches of the previous round. This should also be about the middle of your corner.

Chain 4 (this counts as the 1st dc and chain 1) dc into the stitch you chained up from.

first v stitch complete.

chain 2, make another V stitch in the same space.

Now you have your two corner V stitches.

*Skip 2 st, V st into the next stitch.* repeat this until you get to your next corner

V stitch ch 2 V stitch into the same space for your corner.

*Skip 2 st, V st into the next stitch.* repeat this until you get to your next corner

keep going until you reach the end where you slip stitch to join. DO NOT TURN.

Row 2 

This row will be repeated until you have the border as wide as you like.

slip st into the center of the first V stitch of the corner.

chain 4, dc into the same place. Fist Vst complete.

(Now you will make two corner V stitches into the chain 2 space.)

V stitch ch 2 V stitch into the chain 2 of the previous round.

Now V stitch into each of your previous V stitches, and in to each corner chain 2 place your twin V stitches separated by a chain 2.

I hope this helps for any questions or Help please visit my video HERE

or message me with photos of your work to my Facebook PAGE HERE

Thank you for the visit.
Have fun with your gorgeous crochet blanket.
All the best,


  1. Thanks for sharing such creative work all steps are described clearly. i will try thiss crochet blanket by my own and i hope i will make this.

    1. I hope you have fun making your new blanket! Thank you so much for the visit! Have a lovely crochet day!