I hope everyone had a happy and most importantly relaxing Mother's Day. I wasn't able to see my mom for this holiday (she lives up north) but I'll be visiting her for Memorial Day (yay!). Anyhow this past week, I spent the afternoons working on a baby/ lap blanket. I've come to the conclusion that in order for my blankets to be officially coined as "finished" they must have a border. Without one, they seem so sad (at least in my eyes).
I'm not the kind that likes over-the-top frilly borders, but a basic one can really make any granny square blanket pop!
I've been getting ideas from Crochet Borders; it's a great resource for all different kinds of crochet trims. This simple one is called border #104; it just uses alternating double and treble crochet stitches, simple and pretty! Talk Soon, Sue