Square motifs crocheted | Mixing motifs

Square motifs crocheted | Mixing motifs

We continue to study ways of combining motives,crocheted. If you are on this page for a search sample, then first I recommend you to look at the first part of the master class: If there is no error, continue the conversation! 2. Making a Hook 3. We hook up parallel loops of two squares at once, starting from the corner loop 4. Dress the loop on the hook 5. We pass the working loop through the loops of squares 6. Air loop for lifting 7. Pass the hook through two symmetrical loops of squares while the tail remains above the hook 8. We send a column without a crochet 9. We knit symmetric loops of two squares with columns without crochet to the end of the row 10. The seam will turn out to be so convex. He is tough enough. It is not suitable for children's blankets, but for capes, ponchos, etc. quite fit Option 2 1. There are two ready-made squares. We take a thread with a needle 2. In the "corner" on the wrong side, we insert the needle, pass it so several times 3. We derive the thread through the central column of the "corner" 4. Find a symmetric loop on another square 5. We pass the needle through two loops of squares. 6. Thus, we go through all the loops. 7. The seam obtained by means of a needle connection is very soft and neat. Suitable for a large number of products These are the connection options we've got!

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