Cute square doily crochetedunder this scheme pretty quickly. It consists of square motifs. You can link individual motifs, and then stitch them together into a finished product, or you can combine them in the process of knitting — this is the way shown in our master class.
For crocheting square napkin I used:
cotton yarn YarnArt Violet beige; hook 0.95 mm.
Crochet square napkin: job description
You can link an arbitrary number.motives, connecting them in a napkin square or rectangular shape. For example, 3x3 squares (as in our case), 4x4 or 3x4 - all these options will look great. Such a napkin can be knitted from the remnants of yarn, when you do not know which yarn will be enough for a product of what size. Such motives can also be used as. Why not? Scheme of square motive (to enlarge and save it, click on the photo): We begin to knit a napkin motif with an amigurumi ring. 1st row. From the ring knit 3 lift air loops and around the ring - 19 posts with 1 double crochet. We tighten the free edge of the thread, tightening the ring. We close a number of deaf loop. 2nd row. 3 vp lifting + 1 vp, * column with 1 double covering in the column of the previous row, 1 vp * - repeating from * to * to the end of the row; complete a series of deaf loop. 3rd row. Go deaf loop on the air loop of the previous row. 3 vp lift, 2 poles with 1 nakida, knit together; * 2 i.p .; 3 columns with 1 nakida, knit together, around the air loop of the previous row * - repeat from * to * to the end of the row; close the row with 1 crochet, tied to the top of the first "trinity" of the posts. 4th row. In this series we will turn a round motif into a square motif. We knit 7 air loops (4 vp lifting + 3 vp per corner) and 3 poles with 2 crochets around the double crochet that completed the previous row. Further - * 3 columns with 1 nakida, 5 columns without nakida (location according to the scheme), 3 columns with one nakida, 3 columns with 2 nakida, 3 corner air loops, 3 columns with 2 nakida * - repeat from * to * to end of row. We finish the row - 3 double crochets, 5 single crochets, 3 double crochets, 2 double crochets, close the row with a blind loop in the 4th loop of the initial chain of air loops of this row. 5th row. 3 lift air loops, * 3 columns with 1 double crochet around a chain of three loops of the previous row (corner), 3 hp, 3 columns with 1 double crochet around the same corner, 6 columns with 1 double bow, 5 air loops, a column without nakida, 5 air loops, 6 columns with 1 nakida * - repeat from * to * to the end of the row, only at the end of the row complete the row not with six, but with five columns with 1 nakida and close the row with a blind loop. 6th row. The final row fits in with minor changes in the second and all subsequent motives, if you decide to join them in the course of knitting. The first motive of the sixth row fit strictly according to the scheme. 3 vp lifting, 3 posts with 1 double bow, * trimming of the corner - 3 posts with 1 cock, 3 VP, 3 double crochets; 6 columns with 1 nakida, 5 vp, a column without nakida, 5 vp, a column without nakida, 5 vp, 6 nakid columns * * repeat from * to * to the end of the row, only at the end not 6, but 2 posts with 1 double cover, close the row with a deaf loop. The last row of subsequent motives will have to knitso as to connect with already existing motives. The junction is in the corners and in the “mesh” in the middle of each side of the square. The following motifs knit so. In the last row, reaching the first corner, we knit not three, but just one air loop, after which we knit the next loop through the corner of the ready-made fragment. Next - another air loop and continue to knit motif according to the scheme. Having reached the middle of the side of the square, we act in the same way: 2 air loops, a loop fastening with the center of the arc of another motive, 2 more air loops and further according to the scheme. Here it is, ready crocheted square napkin. If you have other questions of this type, feel free to ask them in the comments to the publication. Eva Casio specifically for the site Previous article: Next article: