Knitting lesson for beginners - crossed posts

Knitting lesson for beginners - crossed posts

Crossed bars crossed barsnew for us knitting element. As a standalone element or to create unique crochet patterns, use crossed columns. Another name for this element is crossed bars. We will look at knitting webs with the example of crossed double crochets. There are two options for crocheting crossed columns. As a result, you can get a double-sided canvas or canvas with the front and seamy side.

Crossed columns in two versions

Almost all knitting elements can be made in several ways. And crossed columns also have two options for execution. one. 2. Chain of an even number and two lifting loops 3. We make a cape and put the hook into the fifth loop from the hook 4. 5. We make a nakid and we put a hook into the loop located before the loop in which the first column was connected 6. Knit a column with one crochet 7. We skip one loop of the chain of the base and knit a column with one nakida in the next loop 8. The next crochet is knitted into the missing loop of the warp. 9. Knit with crossed columns to the end of the row, we will have the last loop of the base not knit 10. In the last loop we knit a regular column with one double crochet. 11. Two air 12. Turn knitting. We skip one loop, thread the hook into the next loop and knit a crochet post 13. A single crochet post in a missed loop 14. Skip the loop and single crochet to the next 15. Double crochet into the missed loop. Thus, we have a pair of the current row above each crossed pair of the previous row. 16. Knit to the end of the row with crossed columns and in the last loop (upper loop of the lifting loops) knit the column with one crochet Crossed columns on the front side 17. Two lifting air loops 18. We skip the loop and single crochet into the next loop 19. Make a cape 20. We get a hook for the knitted column 21. Crossed bars in the diagram are displayed as follows. 22 Knit a column with one nakida in the missed loop. Such crossed columns turn out similar to columns of the previous row. Thus, if you knit odd rows using the first option and even rows according to the second option, the canvas will have a front and wrong side. You can also make unique patterns by combining crossed columns. You are great! Thanks for attention! And see you at the new lessons! Be the first! Be the first to learn about new articles!