Crochet Patterns - Triangles Pattern

Crochet Patterns - Triangles Pattern

Patterns for crochet Patterns for crochetcrocheted often used for garments. Every season we update the wardrobe and for this we need new crochet patterns. Each individual season carries its own weather conditions, and when choosing a pattern with which we will crochet a new blouse, a topic, and possibly a scarf with mittens, undergo selection - a kind of casting! 2. The number of dialed should be a multiple of 4 + 2 air loops and two loops on the rise. I have completed 22 air loops + 2 air 3. We count three loops from the hook, while the working loop (loop on the hook) is not considered 4. in the third loop 5. We wire without columns to the end of a chain of air loops 6. Air lift loop 7. A single crochet column to the top of the second column without a single crochet of the previous row. The loop from which the lift loop rises is skipped 8. Having knitted with single crochets to the end of the row, including the lift loop of the previous row, I get 22 single crochets counting the lifting loop. If you did not manage the specified number of columns, refer to the article: ““ 9. Now proceed directly to the triangles tied to a row below. Two lift air loops 10. Turn the knitting counterclockwise and make the cape 11. We count three air loops (the loop from which the lifting loops rise is not taken into account) and we go down a row below the current one, as shown in the photo 12. Perform the first (single crochet column, three air loops, single crochet column) 13. Make a nakid, skip 4 loops and thread the hook into the fifth loop, located on a row below, double crochet 14. Perform another triangle. 15. Nakid, skip 4 loops, thread the hook into the fifth one located on the row below 16. The next triangle 17. Repeating paragraphs 15-16 continue to the end of the series. When there are 3 loops up to the edge, we perform a single double crochet in the extreme lifting loop. 18. Air lifting loop 19. 2 columns without crochet into the nearest arch - the top of the triangle 20. We continue knitting to the next arch - the base of the triangle. 21. Perform three columns with one double cap in this arch. 22. We continue to knit in the next arch - the top of the triangle 23. Two columns without a crochet in this arch 24. Alternate to the end of the row: at the apex of the triangle there are two columns without a nakida, at the base of the triangle there are three columns without a nakida. Having reached the last arch, which forms the half of a triangle, we perform one column in it without a crochet 25. And the second column without nakida perform in the top loop of the previous row 26. This is a crochet pattern. 27. Air loop 28. We perform a series of columns without a crochet - 22 columns without a crochet including a loop of lifting 29. Repeating paragraphs 9-28, we get our pattern You can also replace the first rows of repetitions.single crochet with single crochet and get a greater distance between openwork holes. If you replace both rows of single crochet, then the columns with the crocheted element of the triangle stretch. Thanks for your attention! Your e-mail: * Your name: * Share in social. networks Publish to LiveJournal</a> Navigation by records

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  • Regina: Elena Hello!Did I understand correctly that in the second arch (base of the triangle) you need to do three double crochets, as indicated in paragraph 21., and all the other arches (base of the triangle) have three crochets! Thank you so much for such clear lessons, you are doing a good job :)
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