Sirloin Crochet Sirloin CrochetThis is a very interesting section in knitting. Therefore, we begin a series of lessons devoted to crochet sirloin. Crochet sirloin crochet is a technique based on knit crochet columns and air loops, which are arranged in a specific order, making up a grid of empty or filled cells. Sirloin knitting is used to create a variety of clothing and decor items. By alternating filled and empty cells in a certain order, we can get amazing patterns. Crocheting the fillet net The crochet fillet net is made as follows: a chain of air loops is made and then, in accordance with the scheme or description, a drawing is made using a double crochet. In this lesson, we consider the technique of knitting loin with the location of the squares above each other. This is the easiest pattern. Sirloin knitting for beginners knitters can serve as the first product. Why! Knitting a fillet net with a crochet takes a minimal amount of time, it is very difficult to make a mistake, and accordingly: - the first skills and basic knitting techniques will be worked out; - the hand will get used to carry out movements, as it were, it is stuffed; - there will be no feeling of tedious occupation, because the effect will be visible almost immediately. Getting to the lesson: "crochet fillet crochet"! one. 2. Chain of air loops. The number of loops should be divided into 4 + 2 loops per lift + two 3. in the eighth loop from the hook 4. Two air loops 5. We skip the two loops of the base and knit the crochet into the next loop. 6. Two air loops, skip the two loops of the base and double crochet into the next loop 7. So we continue to the end of the series. 8. Make two or three lift air loops depending on the density of your knitting and two air loops for the pattern. 9. A single crochet post to the top of a column of the previous row 10. In the same way knit to the end of the series. The last double crochet is performed in the upper lifting loop. 11. This is such a fillet net we get In the following lessons on this topic, we will look at other options for the implementation of the fillet net and link something together! ?