Femininity, lightness and romance are the key to your beautiful appearance and good mood.
Stylish and original in composition, the suit is made of Turkish yarn
- Sarmasik 200m/50g (cotton 60% acrylic 20% viscose 20%)
- Тulip – 100% microfiber – 250m/50g
- And some red fancy yarn.
Clover hooks 1.0-1.75mm
The following abbreviations are used to describe the work:
VP - air loop
Runway - air lift loop
СС – connecting post
RLS - single crochet
PSTN - half double crochet
Dc - double crochet
PSSN - patent column or one and a half column.
СС2Н - double crochet stitch
The model is made using the Irish lace technique.
The upper part of the skirt is assembled from dense squares, and the lower part from filigree openwork elements.
Finished weight with lining and elastic waistband – 628g.
To begin, knit a sample of the square motif according to the pattern and check that it matches the size indicated on the pattern. If you need to increase (decrease) it, increase (decrease) the number of rows, or use a hook of a larger (smaller) diameter. See the pattern picture for the dimensions of the product and the location of the motifs. Knit the squares, connecting them together during the last row with connecting stitches, or sewing them with thread using a needle.
Fill the corners at the top of the skirt with shamrocks.
Then we knit the RLS belt, attaching it along the waist to the skirt and adjusting the fabric according to the pattern.
Next we make lace inserts.
Guided by the patterns, we knit motifs.
To give relief to the middle motifs, we knit from fancy yarn and make a “crawfish step” binding to the finished elements.
Small flower with 5 petals
Small flower with 6 petals
Small flower with 8 petals
Pattern of small circles
Scheme of a medium flower with 6 petals
Description of knitting a medium flower with 6 petals:
0 row – 8 VP
1st row – 3RW, 19СН, СС
2nd row – 1 run, knit a petal – * 18 VP, 1 DC in the 7th VP, 5 VP, 1 DC in the 6th VP, 4 VP, 1 sc in the 5th VP, 2 sc in 2 dc of the previous row * – repeat 6 times * *, 9 Sc in sc in previous row, SS.
3rd row – Petal tying – * 4 sc in the first arch, 3 dc in the second arch, 14 dc in the third arch - the top of the petal, 4 dc, 3 dc in the fourth arch, 4 sc in the fifth arch, sl st in the sc of the previous row *, repeat * * -6 times, 5VP, SBN, 7VP, 1SBN, 5VP, 1SBN.
When knitting the second and subsequent petals, we join in 1DC - SS and 3DC - SC.
Row 4 – tie the motif with a “crawfish step”.
Diagram of a medium flower with 10 petals
Scheme of a large flower with 10 petals
Scheme of a large flower with 11 petals
Carefully thread the tails of the threads with a needle and steam the finished motifs.
Arrangement of motifs on the skirt (front and back)
Arrangement of motifs on the skirt (side)
Next, we place them on the pattern, focusing on the photo, or at our own discretion. We connect the motifs with each other and with the main fabric of the skirt with an irregular mesh. We sew the touching motifs together with a needle.
The model is complex in its execution technique. It is impossible to copy it in detail, but using motifs and ideas, try to create your own model.
Blouse weight – 500g.
To begin, make a life-size blouse pattern, adjusting it to your size. Using the diagrams, connect the motifs of large flowers, round elements, trefoils and small flowers.
Arrangement of motifs on the back of the blouse
Arrangement of motifs on the front of the blouse
Place them on the pattern, guided by the photo, or at your discretion. Connect the motifs with an irregular grid and sew adjacent motifs with a needle.
Placement of motifs in the center of the front
Stylish and original in composition, the suit consists of original elements reminiscent of a half-bloomed flower. The suit is not only beautiful, but also convenient and comfortable, thought out to the smallest detail.
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About the Author
My name is Lilia. The main hobby of my life is knitting. I started with knitting needles and switched to a knitting machine. In 1988 I got acquainted with crochet - Romanian lace. About 10 years ago I became interested in Irish lace and Shetland knitting. And now I’m trying fillet crochet. On this site I want to share with you my 45 years of experience in various knitting techniques.
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