Crochet square crochet square kniteasy enough if you know all the basic ways of knitting. There are several options for how to crochet a square. Using squares of different size or method of execution can achieve amazing and unique effects when crocheting. Perhaps you have already met on the Internet more than once a plaid made using an interesting technology of making squares of various sizes and colors. Very beautiful and cheerful example. And what if crocheted squares in different techniques and connecting them to get amazingly beautiful plaid! ? Very soon, I will show you an example of the use of the squares we study, which will be useful to any hostess, and not just useful, but also will serve faithfully! ? And also you can create a unique decor for your interior!
Crochet square from the center
Today we look at how to knit a squarecrochet from center to edges. The square I make can have a slightly different size and density in your design. In this regard, we will look at how to choose a knitting method for this square just for you. The square I perform with single crochets using Semenovskaya yarn: Test 14 (Polina), hook 2.5. 1. Initial loop 2. A chain of five air loops 3. 4. First row. One air lift loop, or two air loops depending on your knitting density 5. Two columns without nakida (this is the first side of the square) 6 Three air loops for arching on the corner. If when knitting the next rows, the square goes in a wave, then when bandaging, it is necessary to reduce the number of turn air loops to 2 or 1 7. Three columns without crochet in the center of the circle (the second side of the square) 8. Three air loops 9. Three single crochets to the center of the circle (third party) 10. Three air loops 11. Three columns without nakida (fourth side) 12. Three air loops 13. Connecting column in the air lift loop 14. Second row. One or two lift air loops 15. According to a single crochet post over each of the following columns of the previous row 16. Column without nakid in the arch - corner 17. Three air hinges for turning 18. Column without nakid in the arch of the previous row 19. Bars without single crochet above the bars of the previous row (for the second row these are three bars) 20. Column without nakid in the arch 21. Three air loops 22. Column without nakid in the same arch 23. We tie all sides of the square by repeating paragraphs 19-22. Do not forget that after the last arch of the three air loops, you need to perform a column in the arch of the previous row and after that a connecting column in the air loop of the current row 24 The basic principle of knitting this square is to add two columns without a nakid to each arch of the previous row, separated by three air loops and tying up the columns without a nakid over each column of the previous row. The number of bars on each side of the square in one row should be leveled. On the side with the lift air loop, this loop is counted as a column. In order to speed up the knitting process in this way in the future, can you perform an example of a square and put it in a place specially prepared for the samples? Thanks for attention! Other options for performing a crochet square: See you in 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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