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انثى عدد الرسائل : 1098
المكان : وادي أخضر هادي في غابة الدنيا القاسية
العمل/الترفيه : أولادي أهم أولوياتي
الهوايات : الكروشية والتريكو والمكرميات
تاريخ التسجيل : 24/09/2007

مُساهمةموضوع: غرز كروشية متقدمة...   الأربعاء سبتمبر 26, 2007 1:43 pm


غرز كروشية متقدمة








Afghan Stitch 1
After making the chain of desired length, pull
up a loop in each chain across, keeping them
all on the hook. Half of first row is now done.



Afghan Stitch 2
The second half of the first row: Yarn over hook
and draw through two loops across to end.



Afghan Stitch 3
Row two and each succeeding row: place hook
under the front post of the second stitch, pull
up a loop, continuing across, keeping all loops
on the hook. Then complete each row by yarn
over hook and draw through two loops across.



Afghan Stitch 4
Do not forget the last stitch (pictured above).
If you do, your piece will begin to get smaller
and smaller as you work. A good idea is to begin
by counting stitches until you get the feel of
the piece you are working on.


Increase
To increase in the afghan stitch, draw up a loop
in the chain stitch between the vertical bars.

Decrease
To decrease in the afghan stitch, insert hook under
two vertical bars and draw up one loop.









Single Crochet
Insert hook in stitch, yarn over hook and pull
through stitch (2 loops now on hook), yarn over
hook and pull through both loops on hook.


Half Double Crochet
Yarn over hook once, insert hook in stitch; yarn
over hook and pull through stitch (3 loops now on
hook), yarn over hook and pull through all 3 loops
on hook.






Double Crochet
Yarn over hook once, insert hook in stitch; yarn
over hook and pull through stitch (3 loops now
on hook), * yarn over hook and pull through 2
loops on hook; repeat from * once more.


Triple Crochet
Yarn over hook twice, insert hook in stitch; yarn over
hook and pull through stitch (4 loops now on hook),
* yarn over hook and pull through 2 loops on hook;
repeat from * twice more.






Double Triple Crochet
Yarn over hook 3 times, insert hook in stitch;
yarn over hook and pull through stitch (5 loops
now on hook), * yarn over hook and pull through
2 loops on hook; repeat from * 3 times more.


Triple Triple Crochet
Yarn over hook 4 times, insert hook in stitch; yarn
over hook and pull through stitch (6 loops now on
hook), * yarn over hook and pull through 2 loops
on hook; repeat from * 4 times more.






Slip Stitch
Insert hook in stitch, yarn over hook and pull
through stitch and loop on hook.


Chain Stitch
This is the basic foundation for most crochet. Once
the chain is begun, yarn over hook and pull through
loop on hook.






Loop Explanations
Throughout patterns you will be given
instructions as to which loop to place your
hook under. Above demonstrates them clearly.


Post Stitch
For some stitches you will be instructed to place your
hook around a post (either from the front or back).
The graphic above demonstrates them both clearly.






Back Ridge
This is simply an illustration so that you can
see what is referred to when a pattern speaks
of the "back ridge."






Popcorn Stitch
Above is a double crochet popcorn stitch: double
crochet in 4th chain from hook on foundation chain.
Chain 1, 5 double crochet in next chain. Remove hook
from loop remaining on hook. Insert hook (as shown
above) in the chain stitch preceding the 5 double
crochet group, catch dropped loop with hook and draw
it through the chain stitch. Pull tight. One popcorn
stitch made. The loop that was just drawn through
the chain stitch is the joining loop of the popcorn
stitch. As you work with this in patterns, you will
find there are many variations and most pattern
designers illustrate this stitch very clearly.






Cluster ~ Example 1
Keeping last loop of each stitch on hook, work
specified number of stitches in same space or
stitch; yarn over hook and pull through all
loops on hook.



Cluster ~ Example 2
Another example of the cluster stitch. In this case
there are two stitches in each cluster and matching
chain stitches on top to keep the piece even.






Waffle Stitch
To practice: make a foundation chain of 21
stitches (multiples of 4 + 1). Double crochet in
4th chain from hook and in each chain across.
Chain 1, turn. Picking up the front loop only of
each stitch, single crochet in first 3 double
crochet, * chain 1, skip next stitch, single
crochet in next 3 double crochet. Repeat from *
across, ending with chain 1, skip next stitch,
single crochet in last 2 double crochet and in
top of turning chain. A ridge has been made on
right side. Chain 3, turn. Working through
both loops of each stitch
, skip first single
crochet, double crochet in next 2 single crochet,
* make a triple crochet around the bar (post)
of the free stitch directly below next chain 1
space; skip the chain 1 space, double crochet
in next 3 single crochet. Repeat from * across,
Chain 1, turn. Repeat these steps until desired
length. Fasten off.


V-Stitch
To practice: Make a foundation chain of 20 stitches
(multiples of 4). In 5th chain from hook, make double
crochet, chain 3, double crochet. One V stitch made.
Skip next 3 chain, in next chain make double crochet,
chain 3, and double crochet. Another V stitch made.
Repeat this step across chain to within last 3 chain.
Skip next 2 chain, double crochet in last chain.
Chain 3, turn. In the chain 3 space of next V stitch
make double crochet, chain 3, and double crochet.
One V stitch over V stitch made. Repeat this step
in each V stitch space across row. Double crochet
in top of turning chain, chain 3, turn. Repeat these
steps for desired length. Fasten off.

There are variation of the V stitch, but again, they
are usually very well illustrated and/or explained in
most quality patterns.






Whipstitch 1
This is one example of the use of whipstitch
to join (such as grannie squares) going under
both loops of the stitches.



Whipstitch 2
This is an example of going under just the back loop
of the stitch to join. Each has a different effect on
your finished product. What you are making will
determine which is best to use. Patterns will also
give instructions and make recommendations.






Loop Stitch
To practice: Cut a piece of cardboard 1 inch
square. Make a foundation chain. 1. Single
crochet in 2nd. chain from hook. 2. Draw loop on
hook up and onto cardboard. Tighten loop slightly
so that it will not slip off cardboard. Be sure the
cardboard does not buckle. One loop stitch made.
3. Insert hook in next stitch and draw up a loop,
yarn over and draw through loop on hook, and
repeat step above (placing on cardboard). Another
loop stitch made. 4. Repeat Step 3. across
foundation chain, slipping a few of the loops
toward beginning of row off cardboard when
cardboard becomes crowded. Be sure to leave at
least 3 loops on cardboard at end of row.
5.
Turn. Insert hook at top of first loop then
draw a loop through first loop, chain 1 very
tightly, remove all loops from cardboard, make a
single crochet in each loop across row. Chain 1,
turn. 6. Single crochet in first single crochet then
repeat Step 2, now repeat Step 4 in each remaining
single crochet (instead of foundation chain) across
row. 7. Repeat Step 5 and 6 for desired length.
Fasten off.





Knot Stitch
To practice: Make a foundation chain of 18 stitches
(multiple of 4 plus 2). 1. Single crochet in 2nd.
chain from hook. 2. Draw loop on hook up to
measure 1/2 inch (or length specified in the
directions). 3. Yarn over and draw through loop
on hook, insert hook between the 1/2 inch loop
and the single strand between it (first graphic
example on left above) and draw a loop through
(2 loops on hook); yarn over and draw through all
loops on hook. One knot stitch made. 4. Repeat
Step 2 (middle graphic example above). 5. Repeat
Step 3. Two knot stitches made. 6. Skip next 3
chain on foundation chain and make a single
crochet in next chain. One knot stitch loop made.
7. Repeat Steps 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 to end of
foundations chain. 8. Repeat Steps 2 and 3 three
times (3 knot stitches), turn. 9. Working over
next knot stitch loop, insert hook between loop
and single strand of first knot stitch (A on far
right example graphic above) and make a single
crochet, now single crochet between loop and
single crochet strand of second knot stitch
(B on far right example graphic above). 10. Make
2 knot stitches, then repeat Step 9. Repeat Step 10
to end of row. Repeat Step 8 to turn. 11. Repeat
Steps 9 and 10 for desired length. Fasten off.



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تاريخ التسجيل : 26/09/2007

مُساهمةموضوع: رد: غرز كروشية متقدمة...   الأربعاء سبتمبر 26, 2007 10:49 pm

شكرا لك كل الغرز الي دكرتيها
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انثى عدد الرسائل : 1098
المكان : وادي أخضر هادي في غابة الدنيا القاسية
العمل/الترفيه : أولادي أهم أولوياتي
الهوايات : الكروشية والتريكو والمكرميات
تاريخ التسجيل : 24/09/2007

مُساهمةموضوع: رد: غرز كروشية متقدمة...   الأربعاء سبتمبر 26, 2007 11:05 pm

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