Children's plaid crocheted from grandmother squares

Children's plaid crocheted from grandmother squares

Children's blanket. Composition: 70% wool, 30% acrylic. Tools: hook 3,5. Size: 155 * 120. The work of Pelagia. Main pattern (square): ring, 3 air loops, 2 posts with one over, 2 air loops, 3 posts with one over, 2 air loops, 3 columns with one overtone, 2 air loops, 3 pillars with one overhang, 2 air loops, connecting loop to the top series. This is the first row. Second row: In the arch of the air loops, you need to tie 3 posts with one over, over three columns with one overrun of the previous row - 2 air loops. And so on the circle to the end of the series, the connecting loop to the beginning of the span. So I tied 10 rows. To reduce the size of a square, you can tie a smaller number of rows to increase - more. For my rug I tied 35 squares (5squares - Width, 7 squares - length). The number of squares can also be reduced or increased. This will determine the size of your rug. Assembly: squares can be sewn with a needle, you can tie. I crocheted in the process of knitting: in the last row of each square in the place where there are air loops (1 air loop, 1 connecting column, grasping the adjacent square, 1 air loop). Threaded with a needle. Finishing: 1st row - columns without a crochet, 2nd row - bumps (3 air loops, in the next column without a cusch of the previous row to tie a magnificent column, in the 3rd column without a cusch of the previous row, tie a connecting post, 3 air loops and etc. Repeat until the end of the row. Hide the thread with a needle. The fringe can also be tied in any other way. The plaid is ready. As an option, you can use the "grandmother's square" scheme for this rug: Author of work Wait, download ...

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