In Part 1 of tutorial we learned the process of creating the twisted fringe edging. In Part 2 we will discover how to crochet spirals in various options. You will see some designer examples how a twisted fringe can be used.

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1: This is very simple variant of non-twisted fringe. For each part work 2 dc/sc in the edge, 11 chs, 1 ch miss and 10 sl.st in next chs.

2: This twisted fringe crocheted by dc/sc. For each part work: 1 st of edge miss, 3 dc/sc in the edge, 11 chs, 1 ch miss and 3 dc/sc in each next 10 chs.

3: This twisted fringe crocheted by tr/dc. For each part work: 1 st of edge miss, 3 dc/sc in the edge, 15 chs, 3 ch miss and 3 tr/dc in each next 12 chs. Such fringe with tr/dc looks appreciably longer than variant- 2.

4: This fringe crocheted like 2 - variant, but instead of dc/sc work tr/dc. For each part work: 1 st of edge miss, 3 dc/sc in the edge, 11 chs, 3 ch miss and 5 tr/dc in each next 8 chs. Each part of such fringe have look of ball shape.

5: This is combination of 1 and 4 - variants. For each part work: 1 st of edge miss, 3 dc/sc in the edge, 25 chs, 3 ch miss and 5 tr/dc in each next 7 chs, 2 tr/dc - 2 h.tr/ h.dc - dc/sc in next ch, sl.st in next 14chs.

6: For each part work: 5 dc/sc in the edge, 40 chs, 3 ch miss and 2 tr/dc in each next 36 chs, 1 tr/dc and 1dc/sc in last ch.

7: For each part work: 7 dc/sc in the edge, 35 ch, 3 ch miss and 2 tr/dc – 1 picot of 3 ch - 2 tr/dc – 1 picot of 3 ch - in each next 31 chs, 1 tr/dc and 1dc/sc in last ch.