Hook - an indispensable tool for every needlewoman. Using this simple tool, you can transform the annoying things or create new, unique components of the wardrobe. Especially in demand today is crochet neck trim. Schemes of such works we bring to your attention.
The simplest single crochets and with it, as well as air loops that form neat picot knots, are all techniques even available to the novice master. Using them, you can strengthen the sprawled or looking-unfinished neck of any knitted product. And in the presence of overlaying such a technique of finishing is quite applicable for knitwear. So let's get started!
Methods for finishing the finished product with a hook
How to tie a crochet neck? The answer to this question depends on the degree of your experience and ability to handle a handicraft tool. For beginners, the simplest option would be to trim the edge with simple crochets.
In order for the work you have done to be as accurate as possible, you need to practice using thick threads - to simplify the task. To get started, just dial a chain of 10-20 loops, and then knit several rows with single crochets. Move right to left. Starting work, instead of the first double crochet, we tie up an air loop - and so on for each row. The hook is passed under the upper shackle of the 3rd air loop, grabs the thread and pulls it. You get 2 loops, which should be knit. After 1 loop has been formed on the hook, we pass it to the next bow - and so on until the end of the row. Having completed the row, we unfold the work and repeat everything from the beginning. To perform such work as simply tying the neck with a crochet, the schemes are practically unnecessary, just the slightest hand-made experience is enough.
As a result, you should have a smooth, beautiful canvas.
After completion of the sample, having decided on the width of the neck “border” you need, you can proceed to strapping the finished product. Gently threading the hook around the shoulder seam, pry the thread with it and pull it through the knitted fabric. Secure the tip from the wrong side. After that, gently hook the threads going along the edge of the neck of the product, using them as air loops in the sample. Move in a circle, evenly positioning the columns without crochet around the entire edge of the product. That is how the crochet is tied around the neck. If you wish, you can arrange armholes in the same way.
This option of finishing the edge of the finished product is one of the most beloved among craftswomen. It combines the ease of execution and showiness of the result.
For work you need a thread whose length is 10 times the diameter of the neck. About 15 additional centimeters are left to seal the edge. The main feature of this mating - the direction of work: start on the left and move to the right.
To begin with, fasten the thread at the shoulder seam, make an air eyelet for lifting. Insert the hook under the upper arc of the loops running along the edge of the neck, from front to back. Catch the thread you are using and pull it out.
The resulting 2 loops need to knit together. When there is 1 loop on the hook, repeat the described process from the beginning - and so on until the end of the neck.
There are several options for performing the pitch step.
Using a combination of single crochets and picot
To obtain a more complex and beautiful finish of the finished product, you can add a simple tie with an original element - picot, representing 3 air loops connected by a single crochet (tied to the first air loop). Alternating 2-3-4 columns and such "knots", you will get a simple and at the same time interesting pattern!
You can also alternately knit 2 crochets and 2 air loops. Alternate them throughout the 1st row. Then expand the work. In the second row, place the columns under the arms formed by air loops. The final stage is tying in the arms of the single crochet columns between which there are pico-nodules.
Another no less interesting option is the pico-coin. To create them, you need to knit 3 air loops, then alternately tie 2 columns with 1 nakida in the first loop of the resulting chain. Completion - 3 more loops. They are fastened with a connecting loop at the base (they “get involved” at the beginning of double crochets). Such tying of the neck crochet, schemes which are presented below, you will surely have to your taste!
When tying a row of b / n columns, alternate them with air loops (1-2 loops every 3-4 columns). In the second row in these "holes" you can tie several columns with nakida. You will get the original "fan" -rakushki.
To create such a binding, you can also use single crochets. They should also be tied under the arch of the air loops.
In a word, using a combination of simplest crochets, crochets, and air and connecting loops, you can create real masterpieces.
If you need a truly original crochet mouth, the diagrams below are sure to come in handy.