Hello friends. today we can admire this beautiful work of crochet. I really love to present here work related to babies' coverage .. achi incredible. it's very cute. we have several models here of crochet dress, baby blanket, baby blankets, several very beautiful models. this is another work that I really enjoyed and I would like to share this idea with my friends. is a medium difficulty model. it is not difficult to do according to the graphics shown here the friends will have very easy to make the models presented here. I found this pink color very beautiful for girls. if it's a boy. Make a blue tone. is a model that is beautiful to present. I found it easy to make friends. the step by step of this crochet work becomes more and more practical when we begin to do. see what a beautiful model this is. Below we have a tutorial showing another idea of a crochet cover. we can see the tutorial and follow step by step the crochet cover. presenting only the tutorial of a very simple form to do too. follow the step-by-step chart and make your crochet cover model. the step by step written below will help the friends to have no doubt about that beautiful crochet covered. see below follows the step by step of this Granny Squares, blanket crochet baby blanket.
Granny Squares Puff stitch: 4 tr into same place. Take loop off the hook. Insert the hook under top of 1st tr. Pull loop though. Crochet Puff StitchCrochet Puff Stitch V-Stitch: 1 dc, 1 ch, 1 dc. Corner Vs-Stitch: V-Stitch, 2 ch, V-Stitch Rnd 1. With orange. Start with a magic circle. 3 ch (counts as 1 dc), 11 dc into the circle. Cut and join to top of chain. (12 dc) Rnd 1. Crochet Blanket Rnd 2. With white. 4 ch and 3 tr into the same dc. Take the loop off hook, insert hook into top of chain and pull loop through (counts as 1 puff stitch), 1 ch. [1 puff stitch and 1 ch] in each dc. Cut and join to top of 1st puff stitch. (12 puff stitch) 1st Puff StitchRnd 2. Crochet Blanket Rnd 3. With pink. 3 ch and 2 dc into the same 1 ch space. 3 dc in to next 1 ch space. *[3 tr, 2 ch, 3 tr] into next 1 ch space. 3 dc in the 2 next 1 ch space. Repeat from * 2 more times. [3 tr, 2 ch, 3 tr] into last 1 ch space. Slst into top of starting chain. (you should now have a square). Rnd 4. Slst in to next 2 dc. 4 ch, 1 dc into same dc as 1st ch (1 V-Stitch). *5 ch. Corner Vs-Stitch into the 2 ch space. 5 ch. 1 V-Stitch into middle of side. Repeat from * 3 more times. After last corner, 5 ch and slst into 3rd stitch of starting chain. Rnd 5. 3 ch and 6 dc into same V-Stitch. *1 dc between the dc and the tr on Rnd 3. 7 dc into next V-Stitch. 1 sc into the 2 ch. 7 dc into next V-Stitch. 1 dc between the tr and the dc on Rnd 3. 7 dc into next V-Stitch. Repeat from * 3 more times. After last corner and 1 dc slst into top of starting chain. Rnd 6. 4 ch, 1 dc into same sc (1 V-Stitch). *5 ch. 1 V-Stitch into next single dc. 5 ch. Corner Vs-Stitch into next sc. 5 ch. 1 V-Stitch into next single dc. Repeat from * 3 more times. After last corner 5 ch. Slst into 3rd stitch of starting chain. Rnd 7. 3 ch and 6 dc into same V-Stitch. *1 sc into the middle shell on rnd 5. 7 dc into the V-Stitch. Repeat from * (on the corners sc into the 2 ch space) until the last corner plus 1 sc. Join to top of starting chain. Sew in ALL ends. Joining Each square is added one at a time. You crochet all the way around each square before adding the next. Before you start on a square you need to decide where in the blanket it will go. Deciding what pattern to use on each side. There are 3 types of joining patterns, depending on what each side touches. The 1st pattern is for sides that will have the border on them. The 2nd is for sides that will have another square added later. And the 3rd is for sides that are being joined now. Once you have decide which sides need which pattern its time to start. It's best to start on one of the free side (either with pattern 1 or 2). Start with the middle V-Stitch and work all the way round the square. Pattern 1 (Preparing for the border shells)
1 ch. V-Stitch into corner sc. *5 ch. V-Stitch into next sc. Repeat from * until next V-Stitch in corner. 1 ch. Pattern 2 (Preparing for next square to be joined) 1 ch. V-Stitch into corner sc.* 2 ch. 1 sc into middle of shell. 2 ch. V-Stitch into next sc. Repeat from * until next V-Stitch in corner. 1 ch. Pattern 3 (Joining to another square that already has pattern 2) How to do the join: To start a joining stitch you must 1st remove the loop from the hook. Then pass the hook under the corresponding stitch in a previous square and pick up the loop and pull it though. Now do the chain stitch. Join 1 ch. Join V-Stitch (dc - join ch - dc) into corner.* 1 ch. Join 1 ch. sc into middle of shell. 1 ch. Join 1 ch. Join V-Stitch. Repeat from * until next corner. Join 1 ch. The Border The border is very simple. In each V-Stitch do a 7 dc shell followed by an sc into the top of the previous (pink) shell. At the end of the joining row put the sc into the last joining stitch. And on the corners the sc goings into the 2ch space.