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  1. Easily add a crocheted edging to fleece, towels, tablecloths, etc. using the EdgeryDoo Templates. You can also use the square templates to create a fleece quilt. Take a look at EdgeryDoo.com
  2. Hello. My name is Marleen Manley and I have been crocheting for almost 40 years. About 6 years ago, my Husband saw me with a piece of fleece and an ice pick and he said "what are you doing?" I explained that I wanted to crochet around the outside of the fleece to make blankets faster for Project Linus. Well, he went out to his workshop and came back in a little while later with a triangle full of hole ... and the EdgeryDoo was born. For about a year we tried different materials and we wrote our Patent. You fold your fabric in half and then in half again (4 layers) and trim and pierce through all 4 layers at one time. Today, we have 8 templates all to aid the Crocheter in adding a decorative edge to all of their favorite patterns. We even have 5 sizes of squares so that you can make T-Shirt quilts or fleece quilts simply by cutting out the squares, crocheting around the edge a couple of times and then putting them together like granny squares. I hope that you will take a look at our website. www.EdgeryDoo.com You will see our Show N Tell pages which are items that our Customers have made and the Photo Gallery are items that I have made. Also there are Patterns. Our Customers are so creative and have used the templates to make items we never dreamed about. Thank you and I hope to hear from you. Marleen @ EdgeryDoo
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