Granny square crochet diagrams for blankets for your creativity
The use of square motifs common among knitters. They create a cozy and warm atmosphere, home of the beloved grandmother. This pattern is loved and used by many craftsmen. Granny square crochet diagrams for blankets and other products will expand your creative possibilities and make it more diverse.
Where applicable Babushkin square
Fit it with a hook. Use it for knitting of different products. In the interior is the rugs, mats, pot holders, lamp shades and even curtains. Square motifs are also various items of clothing: skirts, dresses, capes, bags, Slippers and so on. The scope for creativity is unlimited. And performing them with threads of different colors, you can get many options of square associated with the same way.
To associate a product with a hook with a new specially selected yarn or remnants of the old. In my grandmother’s knitting motifs will help the description and diagram below.
In the text there are the following abbreviations:
- S. n. article – column with nakida;
- VP – air loop.
Description classic Granny squares
Skilled craftsmen have created many variations of the pattern. Description the classic version:
- Dial 4 air loop, connect them in a ring with prostovisa.
- 3 associate V. p. for lifting the number, and then 2 tbsp. of S. B. and again 3. p.
- A combination of 3 tbsp. of S. B. and 3. p. repeat 3 more times.
- To perform crochet connecting the loop to the third loop of the air group that started the series.
- Re-gain 3. p. This is done at the beginning of each new row.
- To purl 2 St. s. n., 3. p., 3. p. n. in one corner of the square
- For each remaining corner to accomplish 3. S. B., 3b.p. 3. S. B.
- Repeat steps 4-6.
- To link 3. s. n. between the two groups of three columns with nakida previous row, bunched side of the figure.
- To perform angle: 3 St. s. n., 3. p. 3. S. B.
- Repeat 9 and 10 point to the end of the row.
Paragraphs 2 through 4 is the first number. Air ring loop-the basics while knitting my grandmother’s explanation for the line are not considered. The result should be 4 groups of 3 columns with snakedog, between which are 3 air loops or, in other words, a small square with the corners-eyelets. The second row is the items 5 through 7. He fit the hook of the corners of the first row. 8 and 9, the paragraph shows how to make the third row. It runs from the corners of the second row and between columns with nakida each side of the figure.
Grandma’s square can be any size. To increase it you need to continue knitting to desired size. The number of triples of columns with nakida on each side of the product will increase with each new line.
A clear diagram and description of the symbols given below.
Different variants of the classic scheme
The above description of the knitting of my grandmother’s motives are not the only possible. Classic square can vary the number of loops in ring-based on the pattern. There may be 3, 5 or 6 pieces. Angles can be performed 2 aerial loops. Between threes on the sides of the product, you can also add 1 or 2 hanging loops. How to knit depends on the thread, the tool number and density of the knitting. Importantly, the pattern is smooth and has not been recovered.
In addition to classic motifs crochet there are various other patterns that is also called Babushkin square. They can be made in the form of flowers, hearts, snowflakes, triangles, hexagons and so on. All have one common principle of knitting: from the center to the edge in a circle. In addition, the creation of the pattern is possible from the corner in other ways.
Description of plaid from my grandmother’s motives
The picture is fit plaid yarn in two colors: red and purple 260 meters per 100 grams. She needs 400 and 350 grams respectively. The tool number is 3.5. The size of the finished product will be 120 by 96 cm for a given density figure 12 on 12 see
Every single item fit based on the schema described above. Six loops of the starting chain run red thread. Description of the sequence of alternating bands: one row of red, lilac, red, purple, and red thread. Only 5 rows.
All you need to crochet 80 pieces and connect them like the description says below in a canvas 8 by 10 elements.
Link description explanation
To connect separate elements into a finished blanket use a variety of methods. They combine crochet
- columns without nakida;
- openwork pattern;
- sewn with a needle.
How beautifully executed build, depends on the look of the finished product. Therefore, to approach this process responsibly. To perform it, you can cut the thread or without it.
Connect related pieces in a blanket, tying them 1 time columns without nakida purple thread. The tool is introduced in each loop. Stitched bedspread 2 times tied off on the perimeter columns without nakida purple thread. During strapping to shape the product in the corners you need to carry 3 column without nakida in one loop of the base.
Around the perimeter of the finished blanket, you can crochet tie openwork pattern or perform fringe.
Create a knitted blanket of squares is not difficult. All you need is to be patient when creating motifs, which require a large number. The reward for hard work will be good and warm blanket. To complement the set includes pillowcases for pillows.
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