Lace crochet. Double chain method 2

Lace crochet. Double chain method 2

Crochet lace crochet lace used inas a handle or webbing. The second way to perform a double chain can be used as a crochet lace. Today, we will learn to do on the one hand a very simple one, and on the other a very useful cord, and we will do it with a hook. Even the elements will be ordinary, which we always use when knitting. And why this lace is also called a double chain! Because the edges are made in the form of a regular pigtail, which we get when crocheting, but it is made double knitting. In fact, the implementation is similar to the first option, which we have already considered, but the difference is in the method of obtaining an additional loop. It is thanks to this difference that a durable, practically unstretched cord is obtained.

Crochet lace or double chain

You can use crochet laces in a variety ofpurposes. Straps to tops, belts, handles, ribbons, hands and feet for toys, but of course as a double chain as the basis for the beginning of knitting. You can come up with many more options for applying this chain and share them in the comments to the post. And now, proceed to the very lesson! The first thing I would like to say - we will use the tail from the initial loop, so do not rush to create it. 1. We measure off the segment twice as much as we need a double chain or a cord + make a stock of 10-15 cm, fold the thread and get two pieces 2. Making the most common in the place of the bend thread (where the two halves are delimited) 3. One. !!! Do not confuse the two parts, make a loop with a working thread, and the tail remains as usual 4. Throw tail in the direction away from you 5. Grab the working thread 6 We stretch through two loops, be attentive to the loop created with the help of a tail, if it is strongly tightened, you will get a skewed cord. In the case of a cord, they should be equal to the second loop created with the help of a working thread. And in the case of a double chain, it is better to make it a little looser, so that the rows located above are not wider than the chain. 7. Again, throw the tail over the hook in the direction away from you 8. Grab and pull the working thread through two loops 9. Repeating steps 7-8 will get a smooth, beautiful and very tight lace. The number of loops on the edge of the cord will correspond to the number of ordinary loops of the chain 10. If you will use the cord as a double chain, then after the last loop is completed, we make a climb to the next row. I made two 11. And now we put the hook in, hooking both loops of the loop. As always, we skip the loop from which the lift loops rise That's all! ? Thanks for attention! See you at the new classes! Do not forget to add a useful bookmark using the bookmarks buttons or social networks located below!