We knit a black bolero with a crochet. A detailed master-class on crocheting an interesting bolero

We knit a black bolero with a crochet. A detailed master-class on crocheting an interesting bolero

Black bolero crocheted. Photo №1 For the first time bolero appeared in Spain. Initially it had the form of a short waistcoat and it was worn by men. After this wardrobe thing began to appear on women, he had sleeves and collars. Bolero perfectly complements any clothes. You can also link the bolero yourself, if you take a not too complicated scheme with a detailed description. Our master class will help you easily link the bolero with a crochet. We chose a black, classic color for our bolero. It can be combined. With any blouse, dress or colored T-shirt. Especially this scheme will suit those who love black and white combination. As you probably already guessed, we offer you products that are easy to implement, as the process of creating more complex, more difficult to explain. But this is not a problem, because simple products also create an image very well and perfectly complement the more complex and expensive things that we buy in stores. For knitting bolero we used black thread with lurex "Alize" and hook №3. We dial 48 air loops. We knit 4 posts with two nakidami, 2 airloops. The next rows are knitted similarly, only place 2 air loops over two columns with crochets in the middle. We knit 23 rows (you can do more if you want a bolero, not a waistcoat). On a circle we type ribbons of air loops(ears), which will form the front part. During the set of air loops we try the bolero on ourselves. The number of hinges of the right "ear" should be equal to the number of loops of the left "ear". We scored 94 loops from the right and left sides. On top of the air loops around the circle we knit 1 row of the previous pattern: 4 columns with a crochet, 2 air loops, etc. Then we knit according to the scheme: first you should get this kind of defense, and then this one. This knitting can be completed, but we wanted to make two more rows. We dial the air arches from 10 loops and we bind them with columns with two crochets. We look at the result. Bolero can already walk, but to give it a more beautiful view, we will tie the flower. We have chosen this scheme: It turned out such a little flower (the last row from the schematics was not taken, since such a flower size is quite suitable for us). Another knit four-leaf for the core. Together, this is a three-dimensional flower. Sew it to the front plate bolero: first a large flower, and then the core. Now the bolero can be considered completely ready. It remains to wait until spring to go for a walk in the new thing.

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