How to Add Fringe

Fringe is a fun addition to some projects, like a scarf, shawl, or this Woven Coaster. The great news is it’s also easy to do, especially with a crochet hook. Learn how in the video below. If your fridge isn’t laying flat, a pro tip is to run a hair straightener set to low heat over the fringe. Note that heat can melt some acrylic yarns, so do a test with some scrap yarn first. Most natural fibers such as wool or alpaca would not be damaged by the straightener.

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The following patterns would work with fringe at the edge:

Woven Coaster (as shown the video above)

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