It's very easy to tie a fishnet jacket with a crochet. Scheme and description - that's all you need to work. This beautiful and truly feminine wardrobe object is combined with many things and will become a good alternative to the habitual jackets and turtlenecks. Depending on the model, the jacket can be either with sleeves or without them. In many ways, the design of the model depends only on the imagination of the fashionista.
Knitted lace jacket is combined with both jeans,and with a skirt. There are several ways to link it, but whatever it is you choose - the finished model will amaze with beauty and grace. All that is required is attentiveness and a little patience. Below are detailed diagrams and descriptions for models.
One of the easiest ways to link a complex andlaborious thing - to use motives. It's much easier and faster than knitting with a single canvas. The fact is that with time the scheme is remembered and much less time and effort is required to fulfill one motive. Many openwork hook schemes consist of several basic elements, so, having mastered one, you can confidently move on to the next one. One of the most beautiful models is a red jacket made of square motifs.
The model will require 60 motifs - 30 for eachpass and back with sleeves. Such a summer jacket can be tied in a few evenings. The basis of the motive - as always, a ring of air loops. In this case there are six of them. The next row is 11 half-columns. The role of the 12th half-loop will be played by the lifting loop. That is, from each loop, two half-columns are loosened. The next row consists of 11 pairs of columns with a crochet, which are tied from one semicolumn, plus one column with a crochet and lifting loops. That is, there is a circular increase in the number of loops in a row. In the next row, we form the triangular parts of the motif, tying out 7 elements of 3 columns with mantles, connected by one vertex, plus two columns with a crochet and lifting loops. There are 7 air loops between these elements. The next row is 10 semi-columns in each arch of the previous row. The sixth series requires special attention.
It begins to loom and formsquare shape of the motive. The report consists of the corner part and the part that will become the side of the square. So, we start from the side. From the five half-columns of the previous row, three stitches with crochets, three loops, and again 3 sticks from the same loop are fastened. Then there are 4 loops for the transition to the removal of the corner part. Again from the fifth half-column - three columns with nakidami, 9 air loops, three columns with nakidami from the same loops polustolbikov. And so it repeats three more times. The seventh row also consists of reports for the angular and lateral parts. So, for a lateral part a number of elements is bound, as indicated on the motive scheme. These are simple elements and they will be mastered by any needlewoman. The angular part is also knitted according to the scheme. Here the technique is a little more complicated, and a new element appears - three columns with a crochet with a common top for them all. This series is based on an arch of 9 air loops of the previous series. Almost all openwork patterns crocheted with arches of air loops in one form or another. This motive is not an exception.
This model consists not only of full-fledgedmotives, but also from the corner element represented in the diagram. Such a summer jacket can be assembled both during work with the help of a hook, and with the help of a thread, when all 60 motives are already connected. Of course, the model for which only a hook is used looks safer and more accurate.
In addition, related motives will not dissolve and will not disconnect. To collect a knitted fishnet jacket is most convenient for a ready-made pattern.
Most of the motives have the property of being twisted,so they are recommended to be evaporated before connecting with each other. After steaming, you can either put them under the press, or stretch on the needles. From this, an open-work hook with a crochet, the outline and description of which is presented above, it will be better to sit at the toe.
An important point - the shrinkage of the canvas. She is exposed to natural threads. In order not to be mistaken with the number and size of the motifs, a test element is knit, and then it stretches and is dried. Preliminary measurements are made on the number of loops and the size of the element. The degree of shrinkage is determined by how much the element has changed its size.
Motives can be combined in several ways. One of the most common among beginner needlewomen is simple stitching. This method has a significant drawback - the threads will wear out with time, and the product begins to literally crack at the seams.
This is especially noticeable whenconnecting elements from a thick thread using a conventional reel thread. Another way is to connect using an irregular grid. This is a little more complicated and will not always work. Thus, the motifs of the Irish lace are combined, as well as motifs in weightless and quite delicate items. Finally, the third option - the connection in the process of working on the arches of the air loops.
Depending on the length and material of whichthe model is executed, it will look absolutely differently. Jacket without sleeves, for example, is suitable for shorts and jeans. An openwork jacket with a crochet, the scheme and description of which completely coincide with the description of the motif "grandmother's square", is made of thick thread and will replace the usual windbreaker in the cool season.
It is warm, soft and cozy. The knitting principle is similar in many respects to knitting with knitting needles - here at first separate details are grounded, and then they are joined together. Even an aspiring needlewoman can easily tie such an openwork jacket with a crochet. Scheme and description for it are not required, because "grandmother's square" is an alternation of rows consisting of columns with crochets and arches from air loops.