Mesh pattern is a great wayLearn to crochet and master a very popular plan for a loin knitting scheme. To get the necessary information, you need to repeat the movements in practice and try to do something of your own. This master class tells about the technique of knitting with a special pattern of a special napkin. We will try to repeat the actions on the master class, using a practical photo guide and, of course, a description of the actions.
Make a beautiful napkin - crochet patterns and patterns for work
- For the scheme, the center is used as an empty cell. It is around it that we will build a simple series of cells. We dial twelve in order to make the central (initial) cell.
Next, draw up a chain, which must be connected to a ringlet. It looks like a central cell. Further - we will do additional series. Using the first row, it is necessary to connect three air loops for lifting. Then, it is necessary to make the first cage, which will consist of two air lifting loops up to the third loop (towards the beginning of the row), from the lifting loop. It turns out a little crooked, but then, the loins of a loin type will grow brothers in knitting and will look like a cellular pattern. Next, we need to form an angle. To do this, you need an air-type loop in the number of five pieces and a column with a crochet for the same loop as in the previous column. Formation of cells We form the following cell. It will need to make two air loops and one column with a crochet for the third loop from the corner. In order to make a clear grid of a loin type, it is necessary to make hinges, not arches, in the corners for the stumps from the crochets. This option is not considered high-speed, but it turns out beautifully. In the same way we create the second corner. It requires five air loops and one stump with a crochet for the same loop as in the previous version. Next, we form the next cell with twoair loops and one column with a crochet, for the third angle in the hinges. Then we make another corner, using five air loops and one more column with a cape on the loop, in the previous column. Then do the last for a number of cells, using two air loops and then, again the column with the crochet, using a loop to re-connect the chain from the beginning. Close the row Then you need to close the row. To do this, finish the last corner in the number of five air loops in the third connecting loop for lifting the row. We get the finished series. A small lattice came out. Using the same method, make the remaining rows. The corners of the stems must be knit in a loop, not using arches. For the middle of the lattice there is one more detail - a small tail of the beginning. It is better not to touch it. After three four rows it will be possible to refuel. The whole principle is repeated until we link the required number of columns. We make rows in the form of three air lifting loops and two air loops for the following cells. Next, we form a column with a crochet. The column ties over the column, in the corners, the third hook for the loop is formed. We finish until we make the right size. Experiment on two half-loops We have a square that ishelp the mesh net. We will use the half loop method (their binding) to complete. We use the same yarn, but we use knitting for both half-loops instead of one half-loop. As in the first steps, we knit 12 air loops, but we connect them in a ring, and we pass the hook not into one half loop, but in two. Then, we get a cell. We make the first cell with the help of two air loops and one column with a cloak. for the third loop from the beginning of the ring. Next, we knit a pole for two half a loop. The first corner is also knitted for 5 air loops and a column with a cloak in the same kind of loop as in the previous time. We send a column through two polupetly for an air loop, in the same loop. Next, we use the same steps as before, linking everything for both half-loops. The product is ready! Schemes and everything you need to help you understand more!