How to tie a square crochet, you learn from our master class with diagrams and photos

# How to tie a square crochet, you learn from our master class with diagrams and photos

Knitting squares in different ways Colorful andthings are extravagant, crocheted out of square motifs of one or different colors, combined together. From square motives it is possible to connect such things as a children's blanket or a blanket, a tack or a cloak, a shawl or a scarf, a dress or a blouse and much more. It is not difficult to manufacture these things if you can crochet a square. Knit square motifs can be three options: from the center, from the corner or a solid canvas. We will carefully analyze each method of crocheting squares. 1. A square crochet that is tied to a corner For this method of knitting a square, one must follow this principle: We select a braid from three loops and combine the initial and final loop with a half loop and get a small circle. Next, we sew one loop for lifting, in the initial and last loops we knit one loop without a crochet, and the second we knit three loops without a napkin. To the middle of the circle there was no open space, you need to tighten the thread that remained at the beginning of knitting. In the next series, we turn knitting, we knit one loop for lifting. Next, we knit one loop without the crochet into the next 2 loops of the row, into the subsequent loop that is in the middle. Again we knit 3 loops without a crochet. Here a diagonal line of the next square is planned. Two loops, which remained, we knit one column without a crochet. Again, unfold knitting and knit a square motive crochet by the algorithm that was described earlier. 2. Square crochet, which is knitted with a continuous cloth The easiest method of knitting a square is when we sew the air loops along the entire length. Create a pigtail of the desired length of the square from the air. loops plus one lifting loop. Next, we knit a row with loops without a crochet or with a single crochet. After turning over the work and again we sew the series along the pattern until the completion of the square. 3. Square crochet, which is knit from the center First Square motif crochet from the center is knitted similarly to the first version of the pigtail of three cartridges. loops, united in a circle. In the future we make the following steps: Two rows of knit in each column of two loops without a crochet. Then the number of formed loops should be 12 and divided into 4 parts. It turns out that in each part there are 3 loops each. We plan the future corners of the square with paper clips or yarns of a different shade, namely into the second loop of each section consisting of three loops. In the next row in the corners we knit 3 loops without a crochet, and we loop the remaining loops along one loop. So, continue to knit the square until we get the right size of the square. 4. Square crochet, which is called "Grandma Square" The appeal of the method of crocheting the motif "grandmother's square" in its simplicity of execution. Knit such a square is necessary, taking the following steps: As always at the beginning of knitting we create a circle of braids, which we knit from 6 air loops. The first row begins with lifting loops in the number of three pieces and three loops for the etching of the pattern. Next, we introduce a hook into the center of the circle and from there we sew three loops with one overhang. After knitting 2 times as follows: 3 cars. hinges, 3 loops with one crochet, 3 car. loops, 2 loops with one overhang to the center and at the end of the row we sew a connecting loop into a 3 loop for lifting, which was tied in the beginning. The next second row will begin with a connectingloop in the very first loop of the previous first row, then 3 cars. loops, 2 loops with a crochet in the first pigtail from the loops of the first row. Now again we knit 3 cars. loops and here we sew 3 loops without a crochet and one air loop. Thus, we knit the whole series to the end. We finish the row of half loops in the third loop for lifting. The next row starts with 3 loops for lifting and plus one for the pattern. After that, in all pigtails of 3. loops of the second row we knit: 3 loops with one crochet, then 3 items. hinges, 3 loops with one crochet, after knitting. A loop that unites both arcs. In an arc from 1 loop we knit 3 loops without a crochet and for the transition we fix 1 car. loop. All subsequent rows of knitting on the analogue of the third row until you get a square of the required size. 5. Openwork square, crocheted The square motif, connected by an openwork pattern, leaves very airy and unusually beautiful. Most often they are made from thin hooks and threads. From tracery motifs knit tablecloths, napkins, curtains, summer clothes. We suggest you to link a few simple openwork squares to the following schemes. Pattern of openwork square 1 Pattern of openwork square 2 Pattern of openwork square 3

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