Picot crochet pico crochet is an elementfinishes, can be stand alone or as part of the pattern. In the main canvas can be included picot hook. Surely you have already met this element in many descriptions. It is very common. Picot is simple enough. Pico crochet is a chain of air loops closed in a circle. But, despite the ease of implementation, it looks very impressive! Most often pico is used to decorate the crocheted linen. But this is not the only use case. There are some crochet patterns, the key element of which is picot. There are several options for performing picot. The difference in the size and method of closure. And there are also options for combining several picos to get another pattern. We will consider all this with you. And today we will consider the base - the most common pic hook, which closes with a connecting column.
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Today we will look at two picot options. The first picot is performed using three air loops, and the second using five air loops. We will close the chain into a circle using the connecting column. Pico crochet of three air loops 1. Consider the most common option for decorating the edge with a picot. In this case, pico is performed on the main row. I completed two lifts and 2. Three air loops 3 I pulled a little loop that will need to pick up. Look at one loop - this is the top of the nakid column, which we grab by the front bow. And the second loop is the top loop from the single crochet post 4. We put on the hook picking up these two loops 5. Grab the working thread 6. We pull the working thread through all the loops on the hook, i.e. Perform semi-column without nakida () 7. It turned out picot of three air loops 8. A picot of three air loops closed on the diagrams can be indicated in one of the following ways. Pico of five air loops 1. Making a chain of five air loops 2. We put on a hook picking up two loops of the last column 3. Grab the working thread and stretch it through all the loops on the hook with the help of a semi-column without a nakida 4. Pico crochet of five air loops, closed by a connecting column in the diagram can be indicated by one of the following options The easiest way to design a crochet edge using a picot closed with semi-columns without a nakida will look like this: On the diagram, it will look like this. And I indicated two options, how can the scheme for this pattern be executed Thanks for attention! See you at the new classes! More ways to perform picot: Do not forget to add a useful bookmark using the buttons on the tabs or social networks below! Your e-mail: * Your name: * Share in social. networks </a> Navigation by records
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