How To Crochet: Crown Picot EdgingBy Robin Beers – 14 Comments
This is a variation on a picot edge that looks like little crowns, thus the name, “crown picot”. It is basically 3 picots together to form a crown. The 2 outer ones are smaller and the middle one is larger. For more information on picot stitches, check out the picot stitches tutorial. You can use this stitch to edge a doily or a blanket.
Start with a row of single crochet. In this tutorial, I am using crochet thread size 3 with a D crochet hook.
Note: If you are left handed, just put your mouse over the photo for a left-handed view.
Step 1: Chain 1.
Step 2: Skip next sc. Make sc in next sc.
Step 3: Chain 3.
Step 4: Make 1 slip stitch in same sc as previous sc made in step 2.
First picot of crown made.
Step 5: Make sc in next sc.
Step 6: Chain 5.
Step 7: Slip stitch in same sc as previous sc made in step 5.
Second picot of crown made. This is the middle one.
Step 8: Make sc in next sc.
Step 9: Chain 3.
Step 10: Slip stitch in same sc as previous sc made in Step 8.
Last picot of crown made.
Your first crown picot is made.
Now sc in the next 2 sc and repeat the above instructions beginning with Step 3 to begin a new crown.
Remember to make 2 sc between each crown.
If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask.