Knitting your own crochet with various products,as a hobby, exists relatively recently. In past times, he was given a special place among the types of needlework, there were whole guilds, where it was necessary to go through long training and only then get the title of master. The secrets of knitting in various techniques zealously guarded and passed down from generation to generation. At the end of the 18th century, the first magazine appeared with diagrams of various things crocheted and a new era for this art began. The technician of crocheting counts a lot, and each has its own characteristics and cunning. One of them is a loin technique, named so, from the French "grid". Already in the title itself, the meaning is laid, since the canvas associated with this technique is a grid with empty and full cells. She appeared in the light, thanks to a fillet lace - embroidery (filling) cells on the already finished grid. The main difference between the crochet hook technique is that the cells are filled right in the process of knitting the fabric. One of the advantages of the crochet hook technique is the simplicity and ease of the schemes, as well as the process of knitting itself. The most optimal pattern for an empty cell will be 1 tbsp. with a crochet + 2 air. loops, for a filled - 3 tbsp. with a crochet. Loops in this style of knitting should be tied tightly, in this case the drawing will look more clearly and organically. Masters of needlework will be able to create a lace masterpiece in any of the techniques of crocheting, while beginners should give preference to making not complicated, yet beautiful products, for example, to try to tie a napkin. Openwork small napkins will be wonderful stand for cups or bowls and figurines, larger items will be an excellent decor for the table in the living room or dining room. And of course, any of them will be a wonderful gift. In the fillet technique knit napkins of the most varied shapes and sizes, oval, square, rectangular and even freeform. For crocheting, the hook No. 1 - 1.5 and the corresponding cotton threads are used. A simple square napkin with a rose. The napkin is knitted from the bottom to the top according to the counting scheme. Strapping is done according to the scheme below as follows. Thread the tie to the last loop of the cell using a connecting post.
Napkin - "Heart". To connect the first 8 rows according to the scheme 2 times. Knitting the second part after tying the 8th row does not end, the 9th row is already knit in two parts. Two round napkins with original pattern. The beginning of knitting starts from the bottom and is indicated by an arrow in the diagram. The complete cells on the diagrams are indicated by a square with a black circle. These napkins are very beautiful in the finished form and are simple in execution. One of the peculiarities of loin knitting isregularity, the more complex, and, consequently, the more interesting the figure, the more space is needed for this. The next napkin is a bit more complicated than the previous one, and at the end of the work, the handicraftsman expects a real masterpiece and deserved pride for such a beautiful thing. Polygonal napkin. The scheme singles out and delivers separate parts forconvenience and ease of reading. A circle with a dash shows the beginning of knitting, a circle with a cross - the end of the knitting series. An asterisk in the center indicates the original chain from the air. loops. The next napkin is bound without any specific shape. Napkin with daisies. The asterisk in the diagram indicates the initial chain from the air. loops. A circle with a dash shows the beginning of knitting, a circle with a cross - the end of the knitting series. The next napkin is knit from the center with motifs of roses in the technique of loin crochet. Round napkin. Connect a chain of 8 flights into the ring. loops.
When knitting products in the technique of "fillet" is verythe flower compositions look great. All the schemes are simple and intuitive. Finished products are stripped or moistened and dried on a flat surface. Napkins can be pulled and fastened with pins to keep the shape during drying.