Lana 100% de calitate gasiti aici
Pentru realizarea covoarelor de mai jos se pot utiliza 2, 3 sau 4 fire duble
(adica firul dublu pus in 2, 3 sau 4) depinde de grosimea dorita.
Firul dublu pus in doua Firul dublu pus in 4
comparativ cu grosimea unui covor de lana 100%
Firul dublu pus in 4 lucrat cu crostea de 10.
Recomand sa se lucreze cu 3 fire duble pentru croseta 10, si nu cu 4.
1. Cum sa crosetezi un covor oval (double stich)
2Chain 25.A chain of 25 gives you a beginning oval that is 8 inches wide (see photo). You can vary the length of the beginning chain to vary the overall appearance of the oval. A wide beginning chain will give you a wide oval. A short beginning chain will yield an oval that is more round in appearance. The width increases approximately 1 inch for every 3 chain stitches.
- 3Beginning in the 4th chain from the crochet hook, work back across the chain using the double crochet stitch.
- 4In most crochet projects, this step would require that the work be turned. Do not turn the work but continue to double crochet around the side and bottom of the first row of stitches. Continue working in a circular pattern around the outside of the oval, never turning the piece.
- 5When crocheting around the sides of the oval, "increase stitch" three times on each side. To increase stitch, double crochet twice in a single stitch of the previous row. The result is two double crochets occurring in one double crochet from the last row. Increase stitching allows the oval to expand and grow in stitches as the oval gets bigger. It will also keep the oval from bunching and gathering.
- 6After reaching the 5th row, increase stitch 6 times around each edge of the oval, for a total of 12 increase stitches in each round. Spread the oval out occasionally on a flat surface to ensure it is not gathering.
2. Cum sa crosetezi un covor oval (Single stich)
1Crochet a chain that will be the center of your oval rug. The rest of the rug is worked around this center line. See Resources if you need to brush up on your chain stitch, single crochet stitch or slip stitch, which are used for this project.2Single crochet three times in the second chain from the hook, then single crochet once in each chain across to the last chain stitch.3Make three single crochet in the last chain, but do not turn.4Continue working around the opposite side of the starting chain, and single crochet in each chain back to the starting chain.5Do not join rounds. Place a stitch marker or bobby pin on the first stitch to mark the start of the round.6Make two single crochet in each of the next three stitches to increase around the curved edge of the rug. Then crochet down the length of the rug to the opposite end and make two single crochet in each of the three stitches in the end. Crochet back up the opposite side to complete the round.7Continue in the pattern outlined in step 6, increasing three stitches evenly spaced in the ends of the rug. You evenly space them by skipping one more stitch between the increases than the round before. For example, in the next round, you'll skip one stitch between each increase, then you'll skip two stitches between each increase in the round after that, and skip three in the next round.8Join with a slip stitch in the first stitch when the rug is the size you want, and you are ready to fasten off. Chain one and cut the yarn, leaving a six inch tail for weaving in with the yarn needle.
3. Covoare innodate handmade
1Select a piece of yarn in a color that corresponds to the printed colors on the canvas.2Fold the yarn piece in half around the latch hook, holding the yarn piece in place below the movable latch of the latch hook.3Insert the latch hook into a canvas hole and then back up out of the canvas hole immediately above the first hole. Push the latch hook up so the top portion with the movable latch extends out of the top hole in the canvas with the folded yarn piece wrapped around the latch hook below the bottom canvas hole.4Open the latch of the latch hook and wrap the yarn over the latch hook with the two ends of the yarn piece in the open latch area of the latch hook.5Pull the latch hook carefully down through the holes in the canvas. As you pull the latch hook down, the latch will close around the yarn. Continue pulling the latch hook through the holes. The pulling movement will tie the yarn piece around the canvas.6Remove the latch hook from the canvas and tighten the yarn piece by pulling the ends gently.7Repeat this process to attach the yarn pieces to the canvas, following the color pattern printed on the canvas.
Exemple de covoare innodate