Knitting squares

# Knitting squares

Knitting squares Knitting squares veryAn interesting process, but rather laborious. Expand and complement the list of lessons and patterns on the topic of knitting squares. We have already considered two ways of knitting squares. Today we will add one more option to the bank. In this lesson we will study another way of knitting a square from an angle. What is interesting and convenient this way of knitting squares! The main advantage is the determination of the size of the resulting square in the course of work. Since we knit from the corner, then when each subsequent row is executed, a square will be obtained. The second advantage is the density of the resulting square - without gaps. And the third positive fact is the ease of implementation.

## Knitting squares from the corner

Knitting squares from a corner is an exciting process. By connecting 4 identical squares and connecting them to each other by the corresponding parties, we get an interesting pattern. When knitting, you can invent the inserts and patterns that do not entail a change in the number of columns on the side of the square. Thus, using the usual square as an example, you can get a huge variety of combinations. Perform a square using Semenovskaya yarn Tet 14 (Polina), hook 2.5. The main element of the columns without nakida. 1. The initial loop on the hook 2. Two air loops 3. First row. Two single crochet into the second air loop from the hook 4. One or two air lift loops, depending on your knitting density (the selected number of air loops must be performed for subsequent lifts) 5. Second row. Turn knitting, air loop, three columns without crochet into the next loop. The loop from which the lifting loops are lifted is skipped, a single crochet into the air loop of the previous row 6. Third row. Turn knitting. Air loop for lifting, single crochet into the next loop, three single crochets to the next loop. It is central. In each of the following loops, we perform a single crochet column (one single crochet column into the previous row column, one single column into the lift loop) 7. Fourth row. Aerial lift loop, turn knitting eight. On the column without crochet into each of the following loops of the vertices of the previous row (there are 2). Loop under the rise as always skip. Three columns without nakid in the central loop - this is the loop of the top of the middle column of the three central previous row 9. Columns without crochet into each of the vertices of the columns of the previous row (2) and without crochet into the lift loop of the previous row 10. Fifth row. Turn knitting, air loop, on the column without nakida in each of the following tops of the columns of the previous row 11. Three columns without crochet into the central loop 12. Columns without crochet into each vertex of the columns of the previous row and column into the ascent loop 13. The basic principle of knitting in this version is the addition of knitting in the center of the row in three columns without single crochet. We knit up to the square size we need. Perhaps when knitting a square will not resemble the perfect, give it a shape by slightly pulling the edge with additions 14. My example square is ready 15. The scheme for knitting a square from the corner Thanks for attention! More ways to crochet a square: See you in the new classes! Do not forget to add a useful bookmark using the bookmarks buttons or social networks located below! Your e-mail: * Your name: * Share in social. networks </a> Navigation by records