Dense crochet patterns - 25 options with schemes, description and video MK

Unlike knitwear, crochet patterns are denser, and sometimes stiffer. But the advantages of such canvases are that they are less susceptible to stretching and shrinkage when worn, wet and heat treated. The schemes, as well as their detailed descriptions, discussed in this article, represent only a small part of the diversity of the world of needlework.

Circuit descriptions

The opposite of openwork crochet patterns are dense, they are suitable for knitting warm winter things.

Dense crochet patterns, the schemes of which are presented below, are widely used by modern craftswomen.

They look very beautiful when knitting women's cardigans, children's coats, berets, snuds, plaids, bedspreads and even rugs. Lush columns give the canvas relief and density. The patterns of this group are simple if you carefully study the pattern and understand the knitting process.

Pattern with lush columns

Before proceeding with the description, it is necessary to consider the symbols of the signs schemes (they have the same designation in all schemes and are standard):

DesignationDecryption
EllipseIndicates an air loop.
Cross or plusConnecting post or single crochet.
Long bar with 2 forward slashesDouble column or double crochet.

For this scheme, these notations are enough.

What you need to pay close attention to is how many loops are included in the pattern repeat. It is recommended to do this, since it is necessary to correctly calculate how many loops should be dialed for the part of the product, without violating the integrity of the pattern and ease of operation.

Almost every circuit has an icon with the letter “R” or “P”. This is the designation of rapport. In this pattern, 2 loops are included in the pattern repeat. For a set of loops when knitting, adhere to a multiple of 2.

Now you can start the knitting process itself. It consists of alternating rows consisting of arcs in one air loop, which are fixed with 2 single crochets in a chain, and lush columns, between which 1 air loop is knitted. Located one above the other, the convex columns create the effect of a relief path, which looks very nice in the finished product.

Multicolor pattern

The original pattern, the scheme of which is presented below, has elements of lace, but they are almost invisible in the finished canvas. It can be made in several colors, knit two-tone or plain. In any case, the pattern will look beautiful in children's products, cardigans, plaids.

To tie such a pattern, you should initially calculate the rapport. In this scheme, it is equal to 12 loops. So, to preserve the integrity of the pattern, it is necessary to type so many loops so that they are divided by 6. An additional symbol in this diagram will be a column with 1 yarn (st 1 / n), and a b / n column is marked +.

Knitting description

The rapport in height of the pattern is 2 rows, which, repeating in a checkerboard pattern, create the effect of small bulges in the form of a fan, which looks very attractive in the canvas.

Knitting pattern:

  • The implementation of the 1st row consists in alternating 5 single crochet columns and a triple single crochet column, between which a pair of air loops are tied, retreating 3 air loops.
Dense crochet patterns - knitting patterns of a multicolor pattern
  • Knitting of the second row is carried out by alternately knitting 3 single crochet stitches in 5 lower and 9 single crochet stitches under arches from air loops.
  • Then there is a repetition of the pattern, but the "fans" are shifted to the middle column without a crochet below the knitted row.

Transition pattern

The dense pattern of this type, crocheted, has a more discharged structure. It consists in the alternate use of fragments of various schemes. It can be either plain or multicolor. Used in knitting dresses, skirts, scarves. In it, rapport is calculated based on the first pattern. In this case, it will be equal to 3.

Wave Pattern

The presented diagram shows a medium density pattern. This is due to the presence in it of gaps obtained by knitting through a loop. It is simple in execution, but has a very beautiful appearance.

Products made with this pattern can be multi-color, two-color and plain. It is used in knitting tunics, blouses, sweaters, berets, snuds, scarves, plaids. To start knitting, you need to determine the number of rapport loops. In this scheme, it is equal to 18.

Pattern "Bumps"

Dense crochet patterns (some schemes are given in the text) are a three-dimensional canvas with clearly defined "bumps". Such a method will look very beautiful in children's sets, consisting of coats and hats, cardigans for adult women will differ in the originality of the idea.

Based on the scheme, unfamiliar components appeared in it: a convex column without a crochet and an already familiar lush column, but consisting of 6 st with 1 / n. 4 loops - rapport of this pattern.

Scale Pattern

Dense crochet patterns whose patterns seem intricate are actually not complicated to execute. "Scales" is the champion of all such knitting options for yarn consumption. The connected “scales” slightly overlap each other, giving an attractive volume and relief to the product.

This method is used for knitting coats, envelopes for newborns, children's things and plaids. The rapport of this circuit is 6 loops. Therefore, to calculate the set of loops, it is necessary to take into account that their number must be divided by 3.

Embossed pattern

The presented relief pattern is both dense and openwork at the same time. Made of loose and thick yarn, it will beautifully "lie" in a curly, embossed pattern.

It can be used in a variety of knitwear and household items. The rapport of this circuit is 8 loops.

Pattern "Harnesses"

The pattern “Harnesses” crocheted imitates the relief longitudinal strips connected by knitting needles. It is more dense and not so subjected to deformation, it is very simple to perform, the main thing is to understand how the front and back loops fit when crocheting. In this scheme, rapport is equal to 6 loops. It depends on the width of the bundles in the pattern.

Pattern "Scythe"

This dense pattern also imitates similar "braids" knitted with needles. It is durable, original and practical. It is mainly used for knitting men's and women's sweaters, stoles.

In this scheme, a new designation is present. This is a hook with 2 cross lines. Its value is the front column with 2 yarn. The rapport again depends on the width of the braids. In this scheme, it is equal to 8.

Thick crochet crochet

One of the simplest dense patterns, based on knitting the most common with. without n
We collect the amount we need in. p. and knit the first s. without n in the 2nd p. from the hook (i.e., it turns out 1 vp).

  • 1 p.: 1 in. p.p., * 1 s. without n only for one segment of a loop *, from * to *.
  • 2 p.: 1 in. pp., * 1 s. without n for both segments of the loop *, from * to *.
  • The third and all further rows are knitted as the second.

Dense pattern with elongated single crochet

This knitted fabric knits almost the same as the previous one, but it turns out more elastic and soft. Unlike simple s. without n., elongated give small gaps.

We collect the amount we need in. p., then do 2 in. p.p. and knit the first s. without n in the 3rd century n. from the hook. We should have 2 points on the instrument. We tie the column, pulling the thread through 2 points on the hook. We knit columns in each loop at the end of the river. we knit 2 in. p.p. and turn the knitting.

Bosnian tight pattern

Differs in special density. It stretches in length, but does not stretch in width. We knit the pattern with simple half-columns, clinging the loops to the back walls of the set of rows. In this case, we do not need to knit in. p.p., but (important!) we knit the first half-column not for the back segment, but for both segments of the first paragraph of the previous one. row.

So, we collect the number of loops we need, then we perform 1 half-column for two half-loops immediately, after which we knit one half-column for the back wall of the loop to the end of the row.

Paddy field

The pattern of this pattern is very dense, but not hard. It is ideal for knitting warm winter things: sweaters, skirts, dresses and hats. It fits easily enough - with the help of ordinary s. without n and with. with n
So, we collect the required number of loops (their number must be a multiple of 2 + 1 p. Symmetry + 2 p. P.).

  • 1 p.: 2 in. p.p., * 1 s. without n + 1 s with n in the 3rd paragraph, skip 1 paragraph *, from * to *, in the last. we knit chains 1 s. with n
  • 2 p.: 2 in. n., * in a loop with. from 1 n. we knit 1 s. without n and 1 s. from n. *, from * to *, in the last we knit a row with. without n
  • The third and all further rows fit together like the second.

Dense two-tone crochet pattern "Seashells"

Although this canvas made of shells is distant and resembles openwork, it is quite dense. It fits in elementarily: p. from 1 n. or a large number of crochets in 1 p., then matches with. without n., in which a fan emerges in a new series.

First of all, we collect the number of chain loops we need, multiple of 6 + 2 in. p.p.

  • 1 p.: We knit with. without n in the 2nd century p. from the hook, then skip 2 in. p. and knit 5 s. with n in the same trace. n. We skip the trail. 2 c. p. and knit with. without n in the 3rd paragraph, then skip the 2nd century. item and again we knit a fan. Repeat this pattern until the end of the row.
  • 2 p.: We knit 3 c. p.p. and in the very first p. we knit another 2 s. with n., that is, in the last. from. without n 3 c. n.p. replaced us with 1 s. with n Now knit with. without n in the 3rd p. with n from the fan previous. R. In sec. without n previous R. we knit a fan. We continue knitting according to this pattern to the very end of the row, we complete it 3 s. with n in s. without n previous R.
  • 3 p.: 1 st. pp. and in the 1st p. with n previous R. fits with. without n In sec. without n previous R. we knit a fan. We continue knitting in this way to the end of the row, we complete it with. without n in the 3rd century p.p. previous. R.

Repeat the last two rows to create a pattern.

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Collar. The work of Valentina Litvinova. Beautiful, openwork collar crocheted No. 1,0. Yarn 100% cotton. Yarn consumption 25 - 30 gr. To determine the number of rapports, a small sample was knitted. In accordance with the desired size of the collar, dial the required number of air loops. Then, in each air loop, knit one column with one crochet and then knit in accordance with the scheme without the last row. From the inside and outside, tie the collar with columns with one crochet. The width of the collar can be changed by changing the number of knitted rows. The collar can be worn with a dress, blouse, golf ...

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The jumper is crocheted from 100% mercerized cotton 400m / 100g, you can try this pattern with half-wool - it will be no worse than with cotton. The canvas is dense and beautiful.
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Description of sweater pattern:
First, chain the multiple of 8 and plus 1 vp. rise, second row all single crochet. Then turn the work and 3 lifting air loops. Next, we knit ss2n in the fourth stitch from the beginning, then in a row 2 columns with 1 double crochet behind ss2n in the second and third stitch (from the beginning, which we missed). Thus it turns out, as if the first ss2n crossed two back ssn. Then ss1n in the fifth loop, then - missed the loop. (she's the 6th loop of the row). Then we knitted 2 crochet posts (7 and 8 loops are glad) and knit ss2n into this missing loop at the back (into the 6th loop of the row) .. and further s1n (9th loop of the row ....).

Dense crochet patterns: knit cones

This simple dense pattern with a touch of lace is quite simple in execution and gives an elastic canvas.
We knit a chain from in. n. the length we need, the number of n. must be odd + 3 in. p. To create a lump we will need to associate 3 s. with n in 1 p., without completing the last step, then knit all unbound with. with n one loop - a kind of decrease.

Working process

In the 4th item, we knit 3 s. with n. but not ending. them. That is, we make a crochet, insert the tool into the loop of the base and stretch it. working thread = 3 p. on cr.

We knit the first 2 p. And stop. on this = 2 p. on cr.

Again, we execute the yarn and from the p. Base we stretch the working thread = 4 p. On cr.

Again we knit 2 p. And stop. = 3 p.p.

Again we make the crochet and pull the worker. thread from the eyelet of the warp = 5 p. on cr.

We knit the first 2 points and get 4 points on the cr.

Capturing. working thread and holding out. her through all 4 p. on cr. The bump is ready! The number of such columns in the bump can be large, so we get an even more magnificent pattern of the canvas.

As a rule, bumps are knitted after 1 in. p., therefore, after knitting the first element, we perform 1 in. item and skip 1 item in the typesetting chain, that is, we knit a new bump in the second item. We knit in this way to the very end of the row, where we knit a bump in the 3rd century. p.p. previous. p., further 3 c. pp. and start the 2nd p.

It knits much easier, because here you do not need to calculate the loops, we knit all the bumps through 1 in. n. between the bumps of the previous. R.

Important points

Please note that in this case we need not a simple hook, but a special one - a Tunisian one, similar to a long hook-spoke. The length of such a hook should be equal to the width of the knitting. Such a hook must be held in your hand like an ordinary knitting needle. If you want the fabric to be more elastic, give preference to a larger hook than the yarn requires.

Important! Do not tighten the loop! In the process of knitting, due to the high stiffness, the fabric will curl a bit, so the finished product parts must be steamed without fail before stitching.

Flower meadow

This pattern resembles a flower glade thanks to the "bumps" that look like buds of large flowers and the intertwining braids between them that look like a surface of grass. This knitting can hardly be called simple, but, following our description with patterns, you will probably learn how to knit it and can diversify the design of your knitted products.

Pattern repeat - 4 p. Knitting 1 and 3 pp., We alternate the rubber band and connecting posts, and in 2 and 4 pp. we knit only connecting posts.

Please note that in the process of knitting this pattern, all the loops should be tied only for the back piece!

Rib

The number of loops of the initial chain is arbitrary + 1 air. n. for lifting.

1st row: 1 air p. for lifting, 1 tbsp. non-cash in each air. n. the beginning of the chain,

2nd row: 3 air p. for lifting, * 1 tbsp. s / n in each st. b / n previous. row, * 1 tbsp. s / n for air n. the rise of the previous. row

3rd row: 1 air p. for lifting, * 1 tbsp. non-cash in each art. s / n previous row, * 1 tbsp. 6 / n per air. n. the rise of the previous. row. Repeat the pattern from the 2nd row.

Gunny

The number of loops of the initial chain is a multiple of 2 + 3 air. n. for lifting.

1st row: 1 tbsp. b / n in the 5th air. n. from the hook, * 1 tbsp. s / n in the next air. n. chains, 1 tbsp. 6 / n next air n. chains, * 1 tbsp. s / n in the next air. n. chains

2nd row: 3 air p. for lifting, * 1 tbsp. 6 / n in Art. 6 / n previous row, 1 tbsp. s / n in the art. s / n previous row, * 1 tbsp. non-cash in Art. b / n previous. row, 1 tbsp. s / n for air n. the rise of the previous. row

3rd row: 3 air p. for lifting, 1 tbsp. non-cash in Art. b / n previous. row, * 1 tbsp. s / n in Art. s / n previous row, 1 tbsp. non-cash in Art. b / n previous. row, * 1 tbsp. s / n for air n. the rise of the previous. row.

Repeat the pattern from the 2nd row.

Putanka

Amount of air n. the initial chain is a multiple of 2 + 3 air. n. for lifting.

1st row: 1 tbsp. s / n in the 3rd air. n. from the hook, * 1 tbsp. non-cash in the next air. n. chains, 1 tbsp. s / n in the next air. n. chains, * 1 tbsp. non-cash in the next air. n. chains, 1 tbsp. s / n in the next air. n. chains

2nd row: 1 air p. for lifting, 1 tbsp. s / n in Art. b / n previous. row, * 1 tbsp. non-cash in Art. s / n previous row, 1 tbsp. s / n in Art. b / n previous. row, * 1 tbsp. non-cash in Art. s / n previous row, 1 tbsp. s / n for air n. the rise of the previous. row

3rd row: 1 air p. for lifting, 1 tbsp. s / n in the art. b / n previous. row, * 1 tbsp. non-cash in Art. s / n previous row, 1 tbsp. s / n in the art. b / n previous. row, * 1 tbsp. non-cash in Art. s / n previous row, 1 tbsp. s / n for air n. the rise of the previous. row.

Repeat the pattern from the 2nd row.

Scales

The number of loops of the initial chain is a multiple of 4 + 1 air. n. for symmetry + 1 air. n. for lifting.

1st row: 1 air n. for lifting, skip 1 air. n. chains, * 1 tbsp. non-cash in the next 2 air. n. chains, 1 tbsp. s / n in the next 2 air. n. chains *,

2nd row: 1 air p. for lifting, * 1 tbsp. 6 / n in the next 2 tbsp. s / n previous row, 1 tbsp. s / n in the following 2 tbsp. b / n previous. row *

3rd row: 1 air p. for lifting, * 1 tbsp. non-cash in the following 2 items s / n previous row, 1 tbsp. s / n in the following 2 tbsp. b / n previous. row *.

Repeat the pattern from the 2nd row.

Crochet Fantasy Pattern

Such crochet patterns are dense, but laced. They are ideal for hats, scarves and winter sweaters, and if you use cotton yarn, then they are suitable for summer skirts, sinks, dresses, as well as for demi-season hats. Remember that the ratio of the thickness of the yarn to the number of the hook affects the density of the fabric!

  • Nab. chain of in. p., the number of p. cr. 3 + 2 in. p.p.
  • 1 p.: 2 s. with n in the 4th century n., prop. 2 c. item and in the 3rd knit. * 1 s without n., 2 pp. with n. *, again prop. 2 c. p. and knit the pattern until only 4 c. n. Prop. 2 c. p., in 3 and 4 p. we knit 1 s. with n
  • 2 p.: 2 in. pp, skip the 1st sec. without n (that is, a knit. in the 1st s. from n. previous. p.) and in the 2nd knit. 2 sec s., then * 1 s. without nude, 2 sec. from n. * to s. without n previous R. We continue knitting to the last. from. without n previous R. Finish the current p. so: in the 1st p. with n previous R. we knit 1 s. with n and knit another 1 s. with n in century p.p. previous. R.
  • Repeat drawing from the 2nd p.

Buds

Amount of air n. the initial chain is a multiple of 3 + 2 air. n. for symmetry + 2 air. n. for lifting.

1st row: 1 tbsp. s / n in the 4th air. n. from the hook, 1 tbsp. s / n in each air. n. chains

2nd row: 2 air n. for lifting, skip 1 tbsp. s / n previous row, * skip 1 tbsp. s / n previous row, knit in the next art. s / n previous row (1 tbsp.s / n, 1 air.s., 1 tbsp.s / n), skip 1 tbsp. s / n previous row, * 1 tbsp. s / n in the 2nd air. n. the rise of the previous. row

3rd row: 2 air n. for lifting, skip 1 tbsp. s / n previous row * in 3 tbsp. s / n for the next arch of 1 air. p. previous row, * 1 tbsp.s / n in the 2nd air. n. the rise of the previous. row.

Repeat the pattern from the 2nd row.

Thistle

Amount of air n. the initial chain is a multiple of 8 + 3 air. n. for symmetry + 3 air. n. for lifting.

1st row: 1 tbsp. s / n in the 5th air. n. from the hook, * 1 tbsp. s / n in the next air. n. chains, skip 2 air. n. chains, knit in the next air. n. chains (1 tbsp.s / n, 2 airs. n., 1 tbsp.s / n), skip 2 airs. n. chains, 1 tbsp. s / n in 2 following air. n. chains, * 1 tbsp. s / n in the next air. n. chains

2nd row: 3 air n. for lifting, skip 1 tbsp. s / n previous row, * 1 tbsp. s / n in the following 2 tbsp. s / n previous row, knit for the next arch of 2 air. p. previous row (1 tbsp. s / n, 2 air. p., 1 tbsp. s / n), 1 tbsp. s / n in the next article s / n previous row, * 1 tbsp. s / n in the next article s / n previous row, 1 tbsp. s / n in the 3rd air. n. the rise of the previous. row

3rd row: 3 air n. for lifting, skip 1 tbsp. s / n previous row, 1 tbsp. s / n in the next article s / n previous row, * 1 tbsp. s / n in the next article s / n previous row, knit for the next arch of 2 air. p. previous row (1 tbsp.s / n, 2 air units, 1 tbsp.), 1 tbsp.s / n in the next 2 tbsp.s / n previous. row, * 1 tbsp. s / n in the 3rd air. n rise previous. row.

Repeat the pattern from the 2nd row.

Droplets

The number of loops of the initial chain is a multiple of 2 + 2 air. n. for lifting.

1st row: in the 3rd and 4th air. n. from the hook, knit 1 p / st together with one vertex, * 1 air. item, in the next 2 air. n. knit chains 1 p / st together with one vertex *,

2nd row: 2 air n. for lifting, to the top of the check mark and the next air. p. previous row 1 p / st together with one vertex, * 1 air. n., to the top of the checkmark and the next air. p. previous knit a row 1 p / st together with one vertex *,

3rd row: 2 air n. for lifting, to the top of the check mark and the next air. p. previous row 1 p / st together with one vertex, * 1 air. n., to the top of the checkmark and the next air. p. previous knit a row 1 p / st together with one vertex *.

Repeat the pattern from the 2nd row.

Wonderful

Amount of air n. the initial chain is a multiple of 3 + 2 air. n. for lifting.

1st row: 2 tbsp. s / n in the 4th air. n. from the hook, skip 2 air. n. chains, * 1 tbsp. non-cash and 2 tbsp. s / n in the next air. n. chains, skip 2 air. n. chains, * 1 tbsp. s / n in the next 2 air. n. chains

2nd row: 2 air n. for lifting, skip 1 tbsp. s / n previous row 2 tbsp. s / n in the next article s / n previous row, * 1 tbsp. non-cash and 2 tbsp. s / n in the art. b / n previous. row, * 1 tbsp. s / n in the last article s / n previous row, 1 tbsp. s / n for air n. the rise of the previous. row.

Repeat the pattern from the 2nd row.

Meadow flowers

Amount of air n. the initial chain is odd + 3 air. n. for lifting.

1st row: 1 tbsp. s / n in the 4th air. n. from the hook, * 2 incomplete Art. s / n with one vertex (1st st. s / n in the same air.s. beginning of the chain as the previous st.s / n, skip 1 air.s. beginning of the chain, 2nd st. s / n in the next air.p. beginning of the chain), 1 tbsp. s / n in the same air. n. chains as the 2nd incomplete Art. s / n *,

2nd row: 3 air p. for lifting, 1 tbsp. s / n in the 1st st. s / n previous row, * 1 tbsp. s / n to the top of the incomplete art. s / n previous row, 2 unfinished Art. s / n with one vertex (1st st. s / n to the same vertex as the previous st. s / n, 2nd st. s / n to the next vertex tied together with incomplete senior s / n before. row), * 1 tbsp. s / n to the top of the incomplete art. s / n previous row, 1 tbsp. s / n in the last article s / n previous row.

Repeat the pattern from the 2nd row.

Shells

Amount of air n. the initial chain is a multiple of Z + 2 air. n. for symmetry + 3 water. n. for lifting.

1st row: on the 6th air knit from the hook (1 tbsp. s / n, 2 air. p. 1 tbsp. s / n), * skip 2 air. n. chains, knit in the next air. n. chains (1 tbsp.s / n, 2 airs., 1 tbsp.s / n) * 1 tbsp. s / n in the next air. n. chains.

2nd row: 3 air n. for lifting, skip 1 tbsp. s / n previous row, * knit for the next arch of 2 air. p. previous row (2 tbsp.s / n, 1 air.s., 2 tbsp.s / n), 1 tbsp. non-cash between the next 2 tbsp. s / n previous row, * knit for the next arch of 2 air. p. previous row (2 tbsp.s / n, 1 air.s., 2 tbsp.s / n), 1 tbsp. s / n in the 3rd air. n. the rise of the previous. row

3rd row: 3 air n. for lifting, 1 air. item, 1 tbsp. s / n in the 1st st. s / n previous row, * knit in the next art. b / n previous. row (1 tbsp.s / n, 2 air.s., 1st.s./s), * knit in the 3rd air. item of rise of the previous row (1 tbsp. s / n. 1 air. p. 1 tbsp. s / n),

4th row: 3 air n. for lifting, skip 1 tbsp. s / n previous row, 2 tbsp. s / n for the next arch of 1 air. p. previous row, skip 1 tbsp. s / n previous row, * 1 tbsp. 6 / n in the interval between the previous and next art. s / n previous row, knit for the next arch of 2 air. p. previous row (2 tbsp.s / n, 1 air.s., 2 tbsp.s / n), * 1 tbsp. 6 / n in the interval between the previous and next art. s / n previous row, Z Article s / n in the 3rd air n. the rise of the previous. row.

Repeat the pattern from the 2nd row.

Magnolia

Amount of air n. the initial chain is a multiple of 9 + 2 air. n, for symmetry + 3 air. n. for lifting.

Threads of color: A, B. Change the color of the thread in each row. Each row starts from the side where the end of the thread of the desired color is located.

1st row (color A): 3 air n. for lifting, skip 1 air. n. chains, * 1 tbsp. s / n in the next 2 air. n. chains, 2 air item, skip 2 air. n. chains, 1 tbsp. non-cash in the next air. n. chains, 2 air item, skip 2 air. n. chains, 1 tbsp. s / n in the next 2 air. n. chains, * 1 tbsp. s / n in the last air. n. chains

2nd row (color B): 3 air p. for lifting, * 1 tbsp. s / n in the following 2 tbsp. s / n previous row, skip 2 air. p. previous row, in the next art. b / n previous. knit a row (3 tbsp.s / n, 3 airs. n., 3 tbsp.s / n), skip 2 airs. p. previous row, 1 tbsp. s / n in the following 2 tbsp. s / n previous row, * 1 tbsp. s / n in the 3rd air. n. the rise of the previous. row

3rd row (color A): 3 air p. for lifting, * 1 tbsp. s / n in the following 2 tbsp. s / n previous row, skip 3 tbsp. s / n previous row, knit over an arch of 3 air. p. previous row (1 tbsp. b / n, 2 air. p., 1 tbsp. 6 / n), skip 3 tbsp. s / n previous row, 1 tbsp. s / n in the following 2 tbsp. s / n previous row, * 1 tbsp. s / n in the 3rd air. n. the rise of the previous. row.

Repeat the pattern from the 2nd row.

The article uses materials from the book "Golden Collection of Patterns", Lyudmila Semenova. CJSC Publishing Center Centerpolygraph, 2011

Part one

  • 1 p.: In the 7th century p. knit 1 s. with n., 1 century p., in the same p. 1 p. with n., 1 century p., now leave without knitting 2 p. basis, in the following. we knit 1 s. with n., 1 century p., then again you need to skip 2 p. basics, then 1 s. with n., 1 century p., 1 s. with n in 1 chain. Continue knitting the pattern: alternate 1 s. with n with a daw in 1 p. until the completion of the river. If you connected everything correctly, the series will end with one s. with n
  • 2 r.: We turn the knitting so that the loop on the hook is at the top. We perform the crochet, enter cr. under the 1st wall of the jackdaw of the previous one. p., knit the 1st c. s., exactly the same way we perform another 4 s. with n (number of p. s. n. can vary depending on the thickness of the yarn). Now, without knitting any complements. item, we knit 5 s. with n for the second wall of the jackdaw. We turn the knitting on itself again. side (mesh) and the connection. using ss. to the loop of a single s. with ny previous. R. Again we turn the knitting pattern on ourselves and knit again in a daw for 5 seconds. with n for each wall and again connect ss. for a loop of a single sec. with n previous R. Repeat this pattern until the end of the row. We attach the last element to the 2nd c. paragraph previous. R.

Part two

  • 3 p.: Here we need to add two elements. When knitting a pattern, we alternate rows with different numbers of scales, while the reverse side of the fabric will be uniform - no problems connecting parts! We gain 3 in. n. for the 1st jackdaw of a new river. + 1 in. p. and knit 1st s. with n in the same paragraph where the beginning. in. p., 1 c. p., knit with. with n in the middle of the element, 1 c. n. between elements, again a jackdaw and so on until the end of the river. In the last p. knit the daw.
  • 4 p.: Repeat the scales on the principle of the second row. When in the last. element will be linked last. from. with N., knit ss. in the middle of the scale - so we fix the end of the row.
  • 5 p.: Again reduce the number of elements. We start rowing from the 3rd century. p. (instead of a single s. from n.) + 1 in. item and then again between the scales we knit a daw. The row ends with 1 column in the middle of the last element.
  • 6 p.: As in the 3rd p.

We knit a pattern, alternating the number of scales.

We hope that the dense original crochet patterns and descriptions of which are given in this master class will appeal to you. Enjoy knitting and even loops!

Dense crochet patterns: diagrams and description

A distinctive feature of dense patterns from other methods of crocheting is that the main elements in the work are columns, and the air loops only open and close the row. Dense patterns have many options. A special texture and density of knitting can be given using such methods:

  • knit stitches for the front or back wall,
  • vary the height of the columns,
  • use crossed columns
  • knit lush columns without fixing,
  • use different variations of embossed crochet posts,
  • pull the loop up or down.

In addition, the knitted product can be given originality and beauty if several threads of different colors are used simultaneously in the work. A dense pattern can be made double-sided, which is perfect for products where there is no wrong side. For example, with such a pattern you can knit a scarf, hat, poncho, cape, plaid.

Crochet braided pattern

The peculiarity of knitting such a pattern is that each row is alternated by knitting the columns for the front or rear wall. The result is a pretty cute pattern of symmetrical convex sticks. This pattern will be a great decoration for a winter sweater or sleeveless jacket. In addition, you can always diversify it by making columns with a slight slope to the right or left, lengthening the lines or intertwining them with each other.

Pineapples Pattern

The dense "Pineapples" pattern looks very nice and neat. Thanks to the uniformity and regular repetition of patterns, knitting such a pattern is a pleasure. With a fruit theme, you can easily decorate a children's scarf or hat, as well as knit a soft and comfortable plaid that will warm you on long winter evenings. In addition, if you use pineapples as a pattern for a sweater, you can symmetrically decorate them with beads or sequins - it will turn out very beautifully and unusual.

Convex Mesh Braided Pattern

The dense “Convex Mesh” pattern is based on ordinary single crochet, which are subsequently decorated with deep double crochet, crossed between each other. This pattern is most often used when knitting men's sweaters, sleeveless jackets and vests. The pattern will look very nice on knitted women’s bags, leggings and mittens.

Graceful Waves Pattern

As a finish for various products, you can use a dense crochet pattern “Graceful Waves”. It will decorate the bottom of a knitted dress or skirt, will be a wonderful pattern for the decor of the sleeve or neck of a sweater. True, to create it, you will have to work hard, wrapping various crochet posts according to the scheme.

Dense constriction pattern

If you have the skills of knitting jacquard patterns with knitting needles, then making a similar pattern according to the crochet pattern is not difficult. The basis of knitting are ordinary single crochet, which in the 3rd and 4th row harmoniously intersect with double crochet.

A feature of this pattern is that a convex pattern of two crossed threads is formed on the surface of the product. Such a dense pattern perfectly complements any knitting. But the hauling is not recommended when knitting children's things, as the baby's fingers can get stuck in the openings of the threads.

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We have assembled dense crochet patterns with diagrams and descriptions to demonstrate the variety of knitting techniques. They are easy to repeat by carefully studying the diagram and instructions. Detailed examples and imagination will help you create amazing and unique handmade things.

Beautiful pattern "Crossed posts"

Another jacquard motif emanates from the dense “Crossed Pillars” pattern. It got its name due to its unusual appearance. It seems that the columns are twisted together and the threads are intertwined, forming a grid. This pattern is often used when knitting complex women's swimsuits and bikinis, children's pants, scarves and hats. To master the beautiful pattern “Crossed Columns” will be quite simple even for a novice craftswoman.

Patterns of dense crocheted patterns are quite diverse. And some experienced needlewomen even come up with their own unique drawings. Using tight knitting and a hook, you can create various floral and fruit motifs, try knitting several colors at the same time, and much more. The main thing in this matter is to show imagination and ingenuity. And our selection of dense crochet patterns will help you in this exciting activity.

Crochet Technique

A dense crochet pattern is crocheted with crochet and without crochet in various combinations. There are not so few of them as it seems at first glance, especially if you combine different methods and use multi-colored threads during work. As a result, the canvas is very warm.

By combining threads of different shades and colors, you can create real man-made masterpieces that outshine the beauty of store products. Using tight knitting, you can create unique motifs of flowers, shells, columns, zigzags, etc. By combining various patterns you can achieve an unusual result.

What yarn to use

Properly selected yarn is a beautiful pattern, a high-quality canvas and a pleasant to the touch texture. Wide color gamut, various thickness of threads allows you to create beautiful and unusual patterns.

There are several types of fibers:

    natural, cotton, synthetic, mixed.

In addition, you should be aware that threads can also differ in:

    degree of curl, uniformity of the texture of elasticity, color fastness.

Choosing the thickness of the yarn, you need to choose the size of the hook correctly. When using threads with a larger thickness, it is recommended to work with a larger tool, otherwise the fabric will turn out to be too coarse. And vice versa, when using too large a tool for a thin thread, the fabric will turn out to be inaccurate.

For each model presented in our catalog, the recommended yarn thickness is indicated.

What products is suitable for

The choice of knitting method depends on which model you want to knit.

Dense patterns are used to create warm clothes:

    sweaters, socks, scarves, hats, jackets, coats, etc.

For home furnishings:

    plaids, bedspreads, slippers, etc.

For knitting non-translucent elements of light summer clothing:

    swimwear, tops, dresses, etc.

If you combine several types of patterns and choose the right thread, you can get elegant and sophisticated knitted patterns. Using contrasting combinations, individual details of clothing can be distinguished. The combination of elements (circles or squares) connected in different techniques also looks beautiful. Combining separately connected motifs into one product is easy enough, but for this it is recommended to use the same shade of yarn with which the motifs themselves are connected.

So you can easily knit beautiful items for the home interior (rugs, pillowcases, bedspreads) and warm clothes (sweaters, scarves and wraps). Despite the fact that the product is crocheted, it will receive the necessary visual thickness, which will not be inferior in density to the things connected on the knitting needles.

If you work when knitting strong warm threads, for example, woolen, then the fabric will be thicker and warmer. Such knitting does not stretch and does not lose shape after washing.

How to use the site directory

A large selection of original dense patterns and crochet patterns, see the catalog of our site. The catalog is located on the left side of the site. Select the desired view. When you click on the "Details" button, a separate page opens with a large image and diagram. A detailed description will help you understand and relate your favorite motive. Each drawing can be saved to a computer and printed.

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