Table of contents:
- Pattern No. 1: "Herringbone" for beginner needlewomen. We knit quickly and simply incredibly beautiful motif
- Step by step description of the motif "Herringbone"
- Pattern 2. Beautiful herringbone motif for making heavy pieces
- Herringbone crochet pattern. Schemes and description of the work process
- Finishing the sample with a dense herringbone pattern
The hook is a wonderful tool that allows you to create patterns of incredible beauty. If you want to learn how to knit non-trivial, interesting motifs with your own hands, this article will be useful to you.
In it we will look at how to crochet two original herringbone patterns. The diagrams and descriptions of the work process presented in the article will be understandable even for beginners in working with a hook. Take advantage of these amazing motifs and create!
Pattern No. 1: "Herringbone" for beginner needlewomen. We knit quickly and simply incredibly beautiful motif
Creating interesting patterns does not always require a needlewoman a lot of time, effort and a high level of skill. We present to your attention one of the easiest ways to crochet a herringbone pattern. For its implementation, the master will only need knowledge of the technique for performing the basic elements - airloops, double crochets and without.
Despite its apparent simplicity, the canvas with a pattern looks very impressive and beautiful. Be sure to remember this motif and knit luxurious shawls, scarves, stoles, blankets and any other accessories.
Step by step description of the motif "Herringbone"
For a test sample, take a small amount of yarn and a suitable hook size. Dial 34 air loops (VP). Make 1 double crochet (C1H for short) in the fourth loop from the hook. Next, use this pattern: 4 VP - 1 single crochet (SC) - 4 VP - 3 C1H (all three in one loop). Complete 2 C1H and rotate the pattern. The initial row is ready.
In row 1, make 2 VPs, in the next loop, perform 2 С1Н. Then use the scheme: 3 VP - 1 RLS - 3 VP - 2 C1H (at the top of the first column of the bottom row) - 1 C1H (at the top of the second) - 2 C1H (at the top of the third column). Row end with 1 dc and turn piece.
In row 2, work 2 ch. In the second loop, knit 1 C1H, and in the third - 2 C1H. Until the end of the row, use the pattern: 2 VP - 1 С1Н - 2 VP - 2 С1Н (to the top of the first column), 1 С1Н - 1 С1Н - 1 С1Н - 2 С1Н (to the top of the fifth column of the previous row). Finish 1 dc in the last loop. Rotate pattern.
Row number 3 start with 2 ch. In the second and third loops, knit 1 С1Н, in the fourth - 2 С1Н. Now use the scheme: 1 VP - 2 C1H (to the top of the column of the bottom row), 5 C1H (one at a time in the next loops), 2 C1H (the last top of the column).Row complete 1 C1H. All subsequent rows knit by analogy until the desired height of the sample is obtained.
Pattern 2. Beautiful herringbone motif for making heavy pieces
If it is necessary to create a dense fabric, for example, for winter wardrobe items, blankets or bedspreads, needlewomen successfully use the following pattern of the herringbone pattern.
We recommend that you definitely familiarize yourself with this beautiful crochet pattern and use it in your work! Products made using this technique have an interesting texture and look original and extremely stylish.
Herringbone crochet pattern. Schemes and description of the work process
For knitting a test sample, we dial 24 VP.
In row No. 1, we retreat three loops and, starting from the fourth, we knit 1 С1Н in each. Rotate our workpiece.
In row No. 2 we form 3 VP and 3 C1H. In the sixth loop we make1 concave column, then we perform 1 VP and 1 more concave column - in the next. Next, we knit 7 C1H, repeat once again-. We close row 4 C1H. We turn the workpiece.
In row number 3 we create 3 VP and 3 C1H. We make1 convex double crochet. In an arch of 1 VP, we perform 1 С1Н - 1 VP - 1 С1Н. In the next loop we knit 1 convex column. Next, we perform 6 C1H, repeat the pattern-and complete row 4 C1H. The sample is rotated.
In row No. 4 we form 3 VP and 2 C1H. In the fifth loop we draw1 concave column, in the arch 2 С1Н - 1 VP - 2 С1Н. After the "shell" we again make 1 concave column. We knit 5С1Н, repeat pattern - and finish row 3 С1Н.
Finishing the sample with a dense herringbone pattern
In row number 5 we knit 3 ch and 2 dc. In the fourth loop we create1 convex column, in the arch we knit 2 С1Н - 1 VP - 2 С1Н, skip the next two loops, create 1 more convex column. Next, we form 4 С1Н, repeat the scheme - once and finish the row 3 С1Н.
In rows 6 to 9, we continue to make increases in "shells" and reduce the number of columns in "herringbones" in a similar way to the first rows. In row No. 10, we create 3 VPs, skip 1 loop of the warp, perform 3 С1Н,1 concave column, 1 VP, 1 concave column. Next, we knit 7 C1H, repeat the scheme-and finish the work 4 C1H. Please note that rows from No. 3 to No. 10 act as rapport, therefore, when knitting subsequent rows, the patterns are repeated.
Now you know how easy it is to knit an interesting herringbone pattern. You can crochet both a small scarf for a baby and an openwork blouse.