Fillet patterns. Grid decorated pico Filet patterns are not limited to the same type of grid. Decorating empty cells with ordinary elements will produce the same fillet patterns. An interesting pattern is obtained when using the most common elements together. Today, we will combine loin knitting with an element such as picot.
Fillet patterns can conquer
As always a simple pattern to perform, butimpressive appearance. The use of this pattern is very wide, especially in summer. The nature of the pattern is such that in it it is very easy to move from the dense part to the light and air part independently and at any moment. Similarly, you can go back and forth. Absolutely indispensable such a pattern is for summer beach tunics. 1. Initial loop 2.. The number of loops should be divisible by 4 + 1 loops. I scored 13 loops for instance 3. First row. Two air 4. We skip three air loops and, starting from the fourth, we perform two. One column in each loop of the chain 5. of three air loops 6. Four single crochet columns 7. Pico of three air loops 8. Alternating four columns with one double crochet and pico we reach almost to the edge of the canvas, two loops will remain. We perform on the edge of two columns with one double crochet 9. Second row. Two air lift loops. Mark the second loop 10. Three air loops for the pattern 11. A single crochet post in the second loop after picot 12. Three air loops 13. A single crochet post in the second loop of picot 14. Repeating paragraphs 12-13 we reach the edge of the canvas. 15. Third row. Two air loops 16. Two columns with one double bow in the arch of the previous row. 17. Pico of three air loops 18. One double crochet in the same arch 19. A single crochet post in the loop top of a column of the previous row 20. Two columns with one double crochet into the next empty arch 21. Pico of three air loops 22. A single crochet post in the same arch, a single crochet post in a loop, apex of a post with one nap of the previous row 23. Repeating paragraphs 20-22 we reach the extreme arch. The last column is performed in the loop marked with a marker 24. So it will turn out 25. Fourth row. Two air loops. Mark the second loop marker 26. Three air loops 27. In subsequent rows, it is already convenient to place single crochets over the previous column 28. Knit a row to the end like the second row. 29. Alternating the rows or sometimes moving to a denser pattern and back you will get a great thing. Thank you for attention! See you at 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
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