How To Make Crochet Rug – Knitting Concept

 

How To Make Crochet Rug


Materials used for napkins in the photo:
Hook-1.75 mm
Yarn-GARDEN 10 Nazli Gelin 50g/280 m
Thread consumption-15 g/84 M
Size after locking-18.5 cm

Legend:
VP-Air Loop
FTA – Connecting Column
RVN-Non-scale column
PRSPs-Semi-stacked with scale
PRSs-a column with a scale
S2N – Two-scale column
S3N is a column with three
3PSH – Triple Lush column: scum, stretch thread around the column
The previous row (on the hook 3 loops), scum, stretch the thread around the same
The bar (on the hook of 5 loops), the scum, to stretch the thread around the same column (on
Hook 7 loops), hold 6 loops together for one arrival, on the hook remain 2
Loops, bring them together.
RL… – Embossed Face column. After the dash indicates which column
Like relief. When working, make the required number of
The hook to enter the front back around the leg of the specified column,
Grab the working thread and touch the loops.
Reese-… is a relief seamy column. After the dash indicates which column
Like relief. When working, make the required number of
The hook to enter the rear of the leg of the specified column,
Grab the working thread and touch the loops.

Split-… – Two of these columns, which have been combined. Hold
Unmade last loops of both columns, make the first column in the
The first specified base, make the second column in the following specified
Base, three loops remain on the hook. Capture the working thread and touch all
Three loops.
Cluster-…-The specified type of columns with general vertex and common ground (if
otherwise). Tie the right number of bars to the base by holding
The last loops of each column, the scum, to stretch the working
Thread through all the loops on the hook.
Pico-3VP-3VP, FTA in the loops of the last bar.
Pico-5VP-5VP, FTA in the 3rd loop from the hook, 2VP.
Notes:
o There are abbreviations in the description: Art. Column Trail. Next.
O pattern repeats in each row are marked with asterisks *… *

Job Description:
0r: 5VP to connect to the ring.
1r: 1VP Ascent, 8SBN in the ring. Connect. [Total: 8SBN]
2r: 1VP lifting, 12SBN in the ring overlapping columns of the previous row.
Connect by stretching the loop on the wrong side. [Total: 12 SBN.]
3r: All the Poles are knit for the back slice!
1VP lift, 2 SBN in the first St., * 2SBN in the next. * In a circle. Connect by stretching
Loop on the wrong side. [Total: 24 RVN.]
4r: All the Poles are knit for the back slice!
3VP (PRSs), 1VP, * start Trace, 1VP * in a circle. Connect to both segments of the loop.
Mark the first PRSs with a marker to work in the 6 row. [Total: 24 PRSs, 24 arches 1VP.]
5. R: 3VP (PRSs), 1VP, RL-3psh around the trace, 1VP, * PRSs in the next St., 1VP, RL-3PSH
Around the trail. St., 1VP * in a circle. Connect. [Total: 12 PRSs, 24 arches 1VP, 12 RL-3PSH]
6r: Ст in Arch of 1VP and next St., 1VP of lifting, split-2RL-s2n (first leg
Around the marked PRSs of the 4th row, skip the RL-3PSH, the second leg around
The next PRSs of the 4th row), 1VP, PRSs in the Arch of 1VP, 1VP, RL-3psh around the track.
1VP, PRSs in Arch from 1VP, 1VP, * split-2RL-s2n (first leg around PRSs, where
Was made the second leg of the previous split, skip the RL-3PSH, the second
Leg around the next PRSs), 1VP, PRSs in the trail. Arch of 1VP, 1VP, RL-3PSH around
Mark, 1VP, PRSs in the Arch of 1VP, 1VP * in a circle. Connect. [Total: 12 Split-2RLS2N,
12 RL-3PSH, 24 PRSs, 48 arches 1VP.]
7r: 1VP Rise, * RL-PRSPs around the trail. Split, PRSPs in Arch from 1VP, RL-3PSH
Around the trail of PRSs, PRSPs in the trail of 1VP Arch, RL-PRSPs around the trail. RL-3PSH, PRSPs in
Arch of 1VP, RL-3PSH around the trail of PRSs, PRSPs in the trail. Arch of 1VP in a circle.
Connect. [Total: 24 RL-PRSPs, 24 RL-3PSH, 48 PRSPs.]
8r: 1VP ascent, SBN in RL-PRSPs, * SBN in the next. * In a circle. Connect by stretching
The remaining loop on the hook on the wrong side. [Total: 96 RVN.]
Note: The napkin at this stage faltis, but after two rows will be all in
Normal!
9r: 1VP Ascent, Reese-SBN around the first St., * Reese-SBN around the trail.
Circle. Connect by stretching the remaining loop on the hook on the wrong side.
[Total: 96 Reese-SBN.]
10R: Repeat the 9th row. [Total: 96 Reese-SBN.]
11R: 3VP (PRSs), * PRSs in the next article * in a circle. Connect. Mark the 5th PRSs for
Work in the next row. [Total: 96 PRSs.]

12R: 3VP (PRSs), PRSs in the next article, RL-s3n around the marked PRSs of the previous
Number, * PRSs in the trail. 2 art., skip the previous row’s PRSs from the last
The failed RL-S3N, RL-s3n around the trail. PRSs * in a circle. Connect. Note
Last failed RL-s3n to work in the next row. [Total: 96 PRSs, 48
RL-S3N.]
13R: FTA in the next article, 3VP (PRSs), PRSs in the next article, RL-s2n around the marked rss3n
Of the previous series stretching it out from under the next RL-s3n,
Miss PRSs, * PRSs in the track. 2st., RL-s2n around the next RL-s3n of the previous
Range stretching it out from under the next RL-s3n, skipping the PRSs * in a circle.
Connect. [Total: 48 RL-S2N, 48 PRSs.]
14r: 3VP (PRSs), PRSs in the trail. C., cluster-3RL-PRSs around the trail, * PRSs in the trail.
2st., cluster-3RL-PRSs around the track. Connect. Mark the 2nd PRSs for
Work in the next row. [Total: 48 cluster-3RL-PRSs, 48 PRSs.]
15R: RL-FTA around the marked art. 14th row, initial split-2rl-PRSs (2VP,
Skip the cluster, the second leg around the next PRSs), 4VP, * split-2RL-PRSs
(first leg around PRSs, skip cluster, second leg around
PRSs), 4VP * in a circle. Connect. [Total: 48 split-2RL-PRSs, 48 arches-4VP.]
16r: 1VP Ascent, * RL-SBN around split, 4SBN in arch-4VP * in a circle. Connect.
[Total: 48 RL-SBN, 112 SBN.]
17r: FTA on the trail. 2 art., 1 VP, SBN in the same art., Pico-3VP, in the next article, 3VP,
Skip the trail. C St., * SBN in the next article, Pico-3VP, in the next article, 3VP, skip
Trail. 3 Art. * In a circle. PRSs in the first SBN to form the last arch of 3VP.
[Total: 48 arches-3VP, 48 pico-3VP, 96 SBN.]
18r: 1VP Ascent, SBN in the same arch, * pico-5VP, on the trail. Arch-3VP in a circle.
Connect. [Total: 48 SBN, 48 pico-5VP.]

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