DIY bookmarks | Crochet bookmarks

DIY bookmarks | Crochet bookmarks

Reading is one of the most important points of development.personality. We begin to be interested in books already in early childhood, when we are read and continue to read in the course of a lifetime. The number of books read per week, month, year, but everyone reads is different. And what is used in the reading process! Yes, these are bookmarks! ? Someone uses the purchase bookmarks, someone puts leaflets, banners, travel tickets, but some make bookmarks with their own hands. Bookmarking books with your own hands is not that difficult. Since we are studying knitting with you, we’ll tie crochet bookmarks. ? Not complicated in execution, cute and, most importantly, functional crocheted bookmarks will delight you with their appearance and give a special highlight to reading. Many in the process of reading love to twist some trinket in their hands and suffer in the absence of something suitable! Please now have a great bookmark! ? On the eve of Valentine's Day, girlfriends are preparing gifts for each other! A great gift will be a Valentine's bookmark with your own hands! Crochet valentines we have already considered, but it was without a photo lesson, now even a beginner can handle a detailed photo course! Well, start making homemade bookmarks! ? We will need: - The yarn of the color we need, I have Semenovskaya yarn Test14; - Hook under the yarn, I have 2.5 mm; - A needle with a wide eye; - scissors; - Ribbon and beads to match. one. 2. Four 3. Three in the fourth loop from the hook (this is the very first air loop 4. Two air 5. A single crochet post into the same loop from which the lifting air loops are raised. 6. It will look like this. 7. In the next two loops of the previous row we knit one crochet column 8. In the upper loop of the hoist air loops we knit two columns with one double crochet. 9. Two lift air loops and one double crochet into the same loop from which the lifting loops rise 10. In each loop of the previous row we knit one column with double crochet. 11. Two columns with one double crochet in the upper loop of air lift loops 12. Two lifting air loops, one crochet column in the same loop from which the lifting air loops are raised 13. Up to the end of the row we knit one column with a crochet into each loop, after which we perform two columns with one crochet into the upper lifting loop 14. We start the next row without lifting. We make a working thread on the hook, skip the loop from which the work loop rises, skip the next loop and thread the hook into the next loop 15. Perform five single crochet columns in this loop. 16. Skip the next loop of the previous row and execute the next loop. In the next loop, we knit another column without nakida 17. Make a cape, skip the next loop, thread the hook into the loop. 18. In this loop we knit five columns with one double crochet. 19. And now we close with the help of a hook in the upper air loop of the previous row 20. It will be like this 21. Our heart is ready, now we need to cut the thread at a distance of 10 cm and 22. Here is our heart, now you need to make a bookmark from it? 23. To do this, take a ribbon (preferably synthetic, do not forget to light up the edges with a match or a lighter) and fasten it to the heart. I did it like this: I tied one end of the ribbon, I pulled the ribbon through the loop through the loops of the heart 24. Whatever the tape does not overtighten the heart when moving, the upper loop is twisted around in a circle, than we fix it 25. On the second tip I wore a few nice beads to match and tied the second tail Here is our crochet bookmark ready A closed book will look like this! This book is not scary to put on the shelf - we now know exactly where we left off? Thanks for attention! How you did it, how many bookmarks you made as a gift and just write for yourself in the comments! ? Stay up to date! Be the first to know about new articles on the site! Subscription: "From the loop to the thing" Your e-mail: * Your name: * Share in the social. networks Publish to LiveJournal</a> Navigation by records

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