Camel Stitch Blanket Border Tutorial

Most borders require a certain number of stitches to work correctly, but the camel stitch blanket border does not. This means you can add this crochet blanket border to any blanket that you have made.

In this post you will find the written pattern for this blanket border as well as a handy video tutorial.

The Camel Stitch blanket border will work for any blanket. Free crochet pattern and video tutorial for the knit like blanket border.

Camel Stitch Blanket Border Patterns

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If you love the camel stitch, make sure to check out these other patterns using it.

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Camel Stitch Blanket Border Video Tutorial

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Camel Stitch Blanket Border Written Pattern

Stitches and Abbreviations

CH- Chain
HDC – Half Double Crochet
ST – Stitch
SLST – Slip Stitch

Special Stitch

For Row 2 and beyond we will be working our half double crochet into the third loop or back middle bar of the stitch. If you have never done this before, make sure to check out the video tutorial above to see how it is done.

Notes:

-Written in US terms.
-I do not count my turning chain as a stitch.
-Before I start a border, I work a border of single crochet around the entire blanket. Check out how to do this here.

Row 1: SLST to any CH2 corner. Ch2 and HDC into the Ch2 corner. *HDC into each ST down one side of the blanket, (HDC, CH2, HDC) into the CH2 corner* repeat from *to* a total of 3 times. HDC into each ST down the last side of the blanket, HDC into the same corner as the first HDC of this row, CH2 and SLST to the first HDC of this Row.

Row 2-7: CH2, HDC into the CH2 corner. *HDC into the third loop in each ST down one side of the blanket, (HDC, CH2, HDC) into the CH2 corner* repeat from *to* a total of 3 times. HDC into the third loop in each ST down the last side of the blanket, HDC into the same corner as the first HDC of this row, CH2 and SLST to the first HDC of this Row.

Note: The first HDC is actually worked into the CH2 corner behind it. This allows us to keep the seam in one corner and makes this a one row repeat.

Continue working row two until your border is as big as you would like it. Then fasten off at the end of the row and weave in your ends. I also think this border would look if you changed colors every row.

The Camel Stitch blanket border will work for any blanket. Free crochet pattern and video tutorial for the knit like blanket border.

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The Camel Stitch blanket border will work for any blanket. Free crochet pattern and video tutorial for the knit like blanket border.
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11 thoughts on “Camel Stitch Blanket Border Tutorial”

  1. I love the Tunisian stitches!! I am tackling my first project which is a baby blanket, I enjoyed your tutorials, they are very easy to follow and the instructions are plain to understandable.

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  2. Saw this beautiful edging while I was looking for a way to finish the baby blanket that I started and ran out of yarn and also discovered the yarn was discontinued. So this was a perfect match. The only thing that I didn not like is what I would call a gap on the last row. I wish there was a way to make It tight like all the other previous rows….

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    • Yes, the last row turns the second to last row in. You can try and work a single crochet row in the third loop for the last row and see if that makes the gap smaller.

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  3. I am workingnthis right in and it’s so pretty! I keep struggling though closing my sc edge and starting this pattern with working yarn.dp you have to finish off the SC row to be able to start this successfully or is there a way to back track?

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