How to crochet a semi-column
Knitting is not only a way to occupy yourself in your free time, it is also a savings on the purchase of clothes, and a good additional income from the sale of products. Every lover of knitting once started to learn this skill. It does not matter what you knit, because any knitted thing requires knowledge of the basic loops and techniques.
How to choose a hook and yarn
Beginners better choose the hook of the average size - № 3 or № 4. The hook number is written on the tool itself, determined by the size of the knitting head in millimeters. Choose a hook with a flat insert in the middle, then it will be more convenient for you to hold it. Buy a coated metal hook that will not get your hands dirty and yarn when knitting. Remember that the hook number must match the thread you are knitting. The yarn should not fly off, slide off the hook, but should be fully captured and passed through the loop. For training, take the material that is not dissolved. Acrylic thread is best for you.
How to start knitting
The first loop is a loop that attaches to the hook of the yarn, thanks to which further knitting is possible. Consider a few ways:
Flip the thread over the index finger of your left hand. Thread the hook from the bottom and wrap it away from you. On the hook should form a loop, now it needs to be fixed. Grab a crochet thread and thread through the loop. Done!
Wrap the yarn around the middle and index fingers, press the end of the thread with the other fingers to the palm. Wind the hook by pulling the thread between the fingers with the head down. Slide through the lower thread and bring to the resulting loop. This method is used by those who already know how to knit.
Recruit a chain of air loops
After you have made the first main loop, you can proceed to a set of air loops. To do this, grab the working thread with a crochet hook and simply thread through the loop. Do not overtighten so that the hook can easily enter, but do not loosen so that it, on the contrary, does not fly off. Pay attention to the fact that all the loops are the same and neat. Do not forget about lifting loops.Very often in the schemes and descriptions of knitting these loops may not be indicated. If you are going to knit with simple crochets without single crochets, then one single lifting loop is often enough; if with single crochets, you need two.
Column without nakida
On the classic single crochet, you can say, all crochet is built. Once you master this technique, you will not be difficult to perform other columns.
Tie to begin with a chain of 15 air loops and one loop of rise. Knit start with the second loop. Insert the hook into the loop under the two threads, and hook the working thread. On the tool you will have two loops, they must be knit together. To do this, grab the thread again with the head of the hook and stick it out through two threads. Column without nakida ready. Continue to knit the rest of the row in much the same way, just thread the single thread through the hook now, it will be more convenient for you.
Just as in the previous version, dial the air loop. Wrap the thread around the hook and thread through the second loop. Then grab the thread and stretch it. There are three loops on the hook. Wrap the thread and pull it through the first two loops, repeat this operation on the remaining two, so that there is only one loop left on the tool.
Knitted semi-column with one crochet
If you don’t know how to knit a semi-column with a double crochet, but have already mastered the knitting of two main columns, then you will have no problems with it. It is quite easy and simple in its execution. Knitting a semi-column with a crochet may seem to you even more simple than a crochet. As usual, dial a chain, complete two loops of rise. Wrap the thread around the hook and thread the third loop. Grab and pull the thread. Now that you have three loops on the hook, you need to knit them in one motion together. Pull the thread through three loops - and the double crochet is ready. This column is most often used in knitting dense, warm products. The gaps between the threads are small, the fabric is closely tied, and the finished socks, sweaters and scarves will be very warm.
Seamy colic with a crochet. How to knit gum
When you have tied the air loops and made the loops of the lift, as usual, roll up. This time you enter the hook from the back side, towards you. As always, grab the thread and stretch it first through one and then through three loops together. To bind the gum, which can be useful in many products, it is enough just to alternate the inside and front columns.
Knit winter scarf
Let's say you know how to do a semi-column with a double crochet.How to knit them a winter scarf? This is not only a great accessory, but also an indispensable thing in a winter wardrobe. Thanks to knitting skills, you can knit any scarf you like. Consider how wide you would like a scarf, and collect the required number of air loops.
Make two lifting loops. Crochet the first half-cap with two threads, and the rest through one. At the end of the first one, complete two lifting loops and turn the work over. In the second row, tie a semi-column to the crochet, starting with the second loop. And then alternate it with the purl semi-column. Knit so before the end of the work.