Welcome, friend. today we are going to learn how to make this beautiful Braided Try - Weave Crochet Pattern. this model is widely used in many types of Projects Crochet. such as Rug, Crochet Towel, Crochet Pillows, various Designs Craft and based on this stitch. see some ideas on how to make your try - weave Crochet. Stitch used to finish the Pattern. see what you need to do the try - weave Crochet. used Material. we will give several Crochet tips. for you to finish your crochet stitch in a simple way and start some project with this beautiful Crochet braid. see how this Pattern is made with a step by step with several ideas and Pattern to finish. here we can learn easily follow the step by step Patterns is made out of hexagonal motifs, joined into three separate layers. The motifs are attached using JAYG (join-as-you-go). Stitches used are primarily chain and sc, with a special Stitch for joining. The crocheting isn’t difficult, but laying out the Patterns takes some concentration. See below some patterns of this model. we have a braided Crochet video with step by step. some ideas can be drawn from there. watch carefully and assemble your Crochet if it forms basically. see some Crochet and patterns tips in this example.
Materials To create this crochet braided headband, you will need a crochet hook of 6 mm, medium worsted weight yarn, tapestry needle, 5 clothespins to pin the strips and cutting board.
Patterns Crochet - Materials The stitches are all made with the same size hook. If you’re diligent about stitching over ends, there won’t be too many to weave in. So a tapestry needleis useful, but not strictly necessary – you could weave in the last few ends with your hook.You’ll be cutting yarn quite frequently, so you’ll also want to keep scissors handy.To make the shawl, use a 4.0mm hook (or size needed to achieve gauge 16 sc = 10 cm) and the followingcolours of Plassard Gagnante: • 954: 1 skein • 907: 2 skeins • 922: 1 skein • 955: 3 skein • 904: 1 skein • 927: 2 skein Stitches, Terminology, and AbbreviationsAmerican crochet terminology. The only stitch that isn’t completely standard is the join single-crochet, used (you guessed it) when joining motifs to one another. I made up some terms to refer to di↵erent parts of the piece. branch One straight section of a motif, or of two motifs joined together, is a branch.
Crochet - 1 Motifs Each motif is made in the following way. foundation (In outline colour) 42 ch, cut yarn but do not pull throughround 1 (In interior colour) push hook through first chain (taking care not to twist the foundation chain),pull up a loop, and make 1 ch. Do not turn.(Starting in the same stitch you just worked into, 8 sc) six times.Note: The first and last sc of the round are worked into the same chains.Slst through both loops of first sc, and make 1 ch. Do not turn.round 2 One “side” consists of 9 stitches: the 7 worked normally, plus one on either end worked as anincrease. You will either work a side on its own, or as part of a JAYG to another block. Each side isworked as below. Starting in the same stitch you worked into most recently: • If the side will not be joined to existing blocks: 9 sc• To join the side to existing blocks: 9 jsc. I thought this try - weave crochet model was beautiful. very beautiful model. we can create several works with this patterns. a form of simple ideas with step by step.
4.5 Braiding in the third layer Before we get into braiding in the third layer, it’s helpful to understand some of the piece’s topology. The three layers are braided in the following sense: 1. When Layer 1 and Layer 2 cross, Layer 2 is on top. 2. When Layer 2 and Layer 3 cross, Layer 3 is on top. 3. When Layer 3 and Layer 1 cross, Layer 1 is on top.
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