Knit a bright crochet crochet: detailed instructions with photos and charts

Knit a bright crochet crochet: detailed instructions with photos and charts

Bright crocheted crochet for your homeMany housewives wish that in their house it was warm and cozy, so that their relatives would like to return to it as soon as possible. In many respects, this, of course, depends on the interior features of your house. It happens that even expensive furniture, fashion curtains and chic carpets do not give the home the desired comfort. Sometimes it's worth adding to the inner space of your house things that are connected with your own hands, and the atmosphere in it is significantly improving. Floor mats, crocheted, can become exactly those items, thanks to which your house will be filled with warmth and harmony. In addition, they are well suited for the interior of an apartment or a country house. Original crochet crochet. Photo №1 So, let's get started. To make a rug we need: 700 grams of yarn Paris Drops (consists of 100% cotton) DROPS PARIS from Garnstudio (100% cotton; 74m / 50g); a hook eight millimeters in diameter. Original crochet crochet. Photo # 2 Determine the density of knitting products: eight columns with a crochet width, four and a half columns with a crochet in height in three strands equal to the area of ​​the finished product in ten to ten centimeters square. Depending on your desire, the rug can be made of any size. If you choose small, then you will need one hundred and twenty-five grams of yarn (for a diameter of eighty-three centimeters), for a large one - one thousand three hundred grams (diameter-one hundred and twenty-five centimeters). Rows consisting of COS must begin with three EAs. We finish the series with a single connecting loop, tied in the 3rd VP of the beginning of the row. Pattern pattern A1 (number of loops, multiple of four). The drawing consists of four rows (in our scheme A1 the fifth and sixth rows are shown). Original crochet crochet. Picture №3 Series No. 5: create four VIs (which equals one CCH + one VI), then skip one CCH, in the next CCH do one CCH, adding seven CUs, then one cue column, one air loop. After that, we skip one CLS, then we make one CLS into the next CLO. Then we continue knitting by the scheme A1: (a repeating part of the figure) we knit one VI, then we pass one CCH, in the next CCH we make one CCH, adding seven CUs, then one cue-bar, one air loop. After that, skip one CLS. Then we create one CLS, tied in the subsequent SSN. We term this series with one connecting loop through the 3rd CAP of the beginning of the series. Series number 6: we create everything, following the scheme A 1: (repeating part) to make seven CCH through the next arc, then one RLS through the CCP. We end the series with one connecting loop through the first column with the crochet in this row (total, twelve groups of columns with crochets). Row # 7: create one connecting loop in the next two CCHs, then make one VI, then one RLS through the 4th CCO in the next group (repeat eleven times). The result should be twelve arcs and ninety-six loops in this row. We terminate his family VP and one connecting loop through the 1st RLS. Row # 8: create three VIs (one CCH), then follow the repeating part of the picture: one VI, then skip one loop, then make one CCH in the subsequent loop. Repeat until the end of the series. We terminate it with one VI and one connecting loop through the 3rd VP of the beginning of the row. As a result, forty-eight SSNs are obtained and one VP is between the CLOs (ninety-six loops in a row). On the scheme pattern A 2 (the number of loops should be a multiple of six). From the pattern diagram it is clear that it includes four rows and the fourteenth and fifteenth rows of our product depicted. Original crochet crochet. Photo №4 Row No. 14: create four VIs (which equals one CCH + one VI), then skip two CCHs, in the next CCH do one CCH, adding seven CUs, then one cue column, one air loop. After that, we skip two CLOs, then we make one CLS in the next SSN. Then we continue knitting by the scheme A2: (a repeating part of the figure) we knit one VI, then we pass two SSNs, in the next STS we make one STS, adding seven VIs, then one column with a cake, one air loop. After that, skip two CLOs. Then we create one CLS, tied in the subsequent SSN. We term this series with one connecting loop through the 3rd CAP of the beginning of the series. Row No. 15: we create everything, following scheme A 2: (repeating part) to make seven CCHs through the next arc, then one RLS through the next COS. We end the series with one connecting loop through the first column with the crochet in this row (total, twenty-six groups of columns with crochets). Row No. 16: create one connecting loop in the next two CCHs, then make one VI, then - one RLS through the 4th CCH in the next group. Duplicate part: create seven VIs, then do one RLS through the 4th CTH in the next group. Next, we create seven VIs, then we make one RLS through the 4th SSN in the next group. Then we create six VIs, then we make one RLS through the 4th SSN in the next group. After that, we create seven VIs again, then we make one RLS through the 4th SSN in the following group. Then we make the same combination twice more. As a result - four times. As a result, you should get twenty-six arcs and two hundred and four loops in this row. We terminate his family VP and one connecting loop through the 1st RLS. Row # 17: create three VIs (which equals one CCH + one VI), then there is a repeating part: create one VI, then skip one loop, then make one STS in the subsequent loop. Repeat until the end of the series. We terminate it with one VI and one connecting loop through the 3rd VP of the beginning of the row. As a result, one hundred two CLS and one VP between these columns (two hundred and four loops in a row). Original crochet crochet. Photo №5 Progress: Create four VIs in three strands and make a circle using one connecting loop through the 1st VI. Row No. 1: Link the twelve CCPs in a circle (the description of the beginning and completion of the series is given above). Series number 2: create two CLOs through each CLS. As a result, twenty-four CLOs. Row No. 3: (repeating part of the figure) two CLOs, tied through the 1st SSN, then we make one CLS through the next CCV. Repeat until the end of the series. The result is thirty-six CLOs. Row # 4: (a repeating part of the figure) two CLOs, tied through the 1st SSN, then we make one CLS through the next two CLOs. Repeat until the end of the series. As a result, we get forty-eight CLOs. Rows number 5 - 8: create, following the scheme A1 (the instruction is suggested above). Row No. 9: (a repeating part of the figure) two CLOs, tied through the 1st loop, then we make one CLS through the next seven loops. Repeat until the end of the series. As a result, one hundred and eight COS are obtained. Row No. 10: (a repeating part of the figure) two CLOs, tied through the 1st loop, then we make one CLS through the next eight loops. Repeat until the end of the series. As a result, one hundred and twenty CLOs are obtained. Rows No. 11-13: we add the addition by following the analogies of the ninth and tenth rows (that is, in each knitted series we do one more CZN between the two CCHs through the 1 st loop.) As a result, twelve loops should be added in each row. you will have one hundred fifty-six SSNs in a row.Records No. 14-17: create, following scheme A 2 (the instruction is suggested above) Series No. 18: (repeating part of the figure) two CCNs, tied through the 1st loop, One CLS through the next sixteen loops. Repeat until the end of the series. Xia two hundred sixteen CCH. Then, cut the thread. Original crochet crochet. Photo №6 If you need a larger rug, knittingContinue in this way: the addition is continued as row No. 18, i.e. in each successive series, do one CCH more between two CLOs connected through one loop. As a result, in each row there will be more twelve loops. When the rug gets the dimensions you need, we begin to knit according to the scheme A 2. Then create the final three rows in this way: Row # 1: create one connecting loop in the next two COS, then make one CAP, then one RLS through the 4th CST in a group. Duplicate part: create seven VIs, then do one RLS through the 4th CTH in the next group. Repeat until the end of the series, and then make seven VIs, and then make one connecting loop through the 1st RLS in the initial part of the row. Row # 2: create three VIs (which equals one CCH), then there is a repeating part: create one VI, then skip one loop, then make one CCH in the subsequent loop. Repeat until the end of the series. We terminate it with one VI and one connecting loop through the 3rd VP of the beginning of the row. Row # 3: we knit three EPs, then we make one STS in the next loop before the completion of the series. Thus, twelve CLOs will be added. Adding is carried out by knitting two CLS through one loop. Cut the thread with scissors. Our rug is ready! Original crochet crochet. Photo №7

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