Single crochet

Column with one double crochet Column with double crochet isderived from the column without nakida. The distinctive difference is a nakid made during the execution of a single crochet column. It is used in aerial patterns, such as, for example, a fillet net, but about it a little later! ? Let's try!

Canvas using single crochet column

You can knit from the start - or you canlike me - continue to add to the previous lesson. 1. A row of columns with one nakida is equivalent in height to two air loops, therefore for lifting we need to knit two air loops (). If you knit on a chain of air loops, then we need to start knitting the first column into the fourth air loop from the hook having passed three (two air lift loops + one loop of the base, as under the other bars) 2. We turn over, put the working thread on the hook 3. The bollard will be knitted into a loop following the loop, from which the “rise” “grows”, as shown in the photo. 4. We put the hook in the loop, pick up the working thread, do not lose the nakid on the hook. As a result, you should have three loops on the hook, as in the photo 5. We hook on the working thread 6. Pull the thread through the first two loops on the hook 7. We hook on the working thread and pull it through the remaining two loops. This is the first single crochet. 8. In the diagram, a single crochet column is displayed as follows. 9. Knitting with single crochets to the end of the row, paying attention to the last loop 10. Do not forget to knit the last crochet. We make a cape, pick up the handle of the air lift loop of the previous row, grab the working thread 11. Pull the working thread, three loops on the hook 12. Pull the working thread through the first two loops on the hook 13. Pull the working thread through the remaining two loops on the hook. This is how it should be 14. Two rows made with single crochets on the diagram look like this. They tried their best. You are great! ))) In the same way, the rest of the double crochets are knitted! There are columns with one crochet,, etc. But in practice they are very rarely used! If suddenly you encounter a column not with one single crochet, then do not forget that we knit two loops on a hook or refer to one of the above lessons! ? For example, the top row is knitted with double crochets The lesson is over, thank you for your attention! See you at the new lesson! ? P.S.



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