Hello friends. See how beautiful this model of Crochet Ruffled Blanket Pattern Easy Crochet Stitchs The raised and overlapping points in a base network are high points. I found that it has a very good facility to make this model in Crochet cotton. choose beautiful Yarn colors so the crochet work looks very lovely according to the Pattern used here friends can be used as a Crochet gifts. see learn more of this free pattern of this model the graphic is very based on the pattern shown here. I launched some tutorial to facilitate in the Step by step of this beautiful Square rug in RELIEVES Crochet Squares I always choose to make this high point as usual, so as not to get exaggeratedly high, due to the thickness of the knitted yarn. For the finishing, I made 3 low points in the range of chains left over from the base, I do not know if they could observe Crochet Tablecloth Pattern but this one is very stupid. I found a very important Graphic also to be able to do a very beautiful job and very easily here friends. see how nice these Crochet Rug colorful are. the lines is very important also so the work can be very nice. colors are of importance here. when the last row is made, followed by 3 chains passing in front of the 3 raised dots and again 3 dots in the next crochet magazine range from the base of the bead Crochet Patterns. I loved this model friends according to tutorial to facilitate this step by step in Crochet Ruffled. I wear full work so as not to have doubts in the written standard of Crochet Ruffled work. learn more here ..
CROCHET PATTERN Materials: -Cotton yarn, I used Lion Brand 24/7 Cotton in white, lilac, mint, rose, and pink -Size H 5mm crochet hook -Tapestry needle The Trellis: Using any color (I used lilac), Ch 62 Row 1: Dc in the 7th st from hook, *Ch 2, skip 2, DC in next, repeat from * across, Ch 4, turn Rows 2-18: *Dc, Ch 2, skip 2, repeat from * across, CH 4, turn Row 19: *Dc, Ch 2, skip 2, repeat from * across, finish off, weave ends
Crochet PATTERN Slip stitch to the first Dc to join this round. Rounds 2-5: Continue in the same manner, working 5 Dc over each bar indicated on the graph above. Outside rows (indicated above in purple in the corners of the graph): Work 5 Dc over each bar indicated, finish off, and begin the next row. Weave all ends. Border: Join pink yarn to corner gap space, Ch 2, 5 Dc in corner Ch space 3 Dc in each Ch space around, in corners work 6 Dc, sl st to join, finish off, weave ends.
Ruffles (wiggle stitch): Find the center of your trellis: starting at the top left corner, count to the right 10 “bars” and down 10 “bars” Round 1: Join white yarn to this center bar, Ch 3, 4 Dc on this bar. Follow the graph below in a counter clockwise direction, beginning with the top black arrow. Only work one color or round of stitches at a time, working 5 Dc over each bar indicated. (The light blue lines indicate the trellis below your stitches. Each different color in the graph represents a different round of stitches.)