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1: 1. A.1 is the name of the diagram and refers to the entire diagram – inside the square brackets. Everything inside the square brackets is 1 repeat of the diagram. 2: 2. This is the symbol definition, which explains how each symbol is worked. Blue arrows: The symbol is worked in or around the stitch directly below itself in the diagram. Sometimes multiple stitches are worked in/around the same stitch. Purple ovals and arrows: Not all stitches are worked in, for example: sometimes you work a chain stitch and the stitch below is skipped. A crochet diagram is read opposite to how you would normally read: from right to left, from bottom to top. In other words: you start with the symbol in the bottom right corner, and work your way leftwards and upwards (see RED in diagram below). If you are supposed to work several repeats of a diagram (ie: if it is to be repeated several times on the row/round), work until the end of the row of the diagram and begin again with the first symbol on the row.

 

1: 1. A.1 is the name of the diagram and refers to the entire diagram – inside the square brackets. Everything inside the square brackets is 1 repeat of the diagram.
2: 2. This is the symbol definition, which explains how each symbol is worked.
Blue arrows: The symbol is worked in or around the stitch directly below itself in the diagram. Sometimes multiple stitches are worked in/around the same stitch.
Purple ovals and arrows: Not all stitches are worked in, for example: sometimes you work a chain stitch and the stitch below is skipped.

A crochet diagram is read opposite to how you would normally read: from right to left, from bottom to top. In other words: you start with the symbol in the bottom right corner, and work your way leftwards and upwards (see RED in diagram below).

If you are supposed to work several repeats of a diagram (ie: if it is to be repeated several times on the row/round), work until the end of the row of the diagram and begin again with the first symbol on the row.

 

 

1: 1. A.1 is the name of the diagram and refers to the entire diagram – inside the square brackets. Everything inside the square brackets is 1 repeat of the diagram.
2: 2. This is the symbol definition, which explains how each symbol is worked.
Blue arrows: The symbol is worked in or around the stitch directly below itself in the diagram. Sometimes multiple stitches are worked in/around the same stitch.
Purple ovals and arrows: Not all stitches are worked in, for example: sometimes you work a chain stitch and the stitch below is skipped.

A crochet diagram is read opposite to how you would normally read: from right to left, from bottom to top. In other words: you start with the symbol in the bottom right corner, and work your way leftwards and upwards (see RED in diagram below).

If you are supposed to work several repeats of a diagram (ie: if it is to be repeated several times on the row/round), work until the end of the row of the diagram and begin again with the first symbol on the row.

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Спицы №4. Рапорт 23 петли, 24 ряда. В схеме представлены нечётные лицевые ряды. Чётные, изнаночные ряды провязываем изнаночными петлями.

Какие нити нужны
Какие нити нужны

Спицы №4. Рапорт 23 петли, 24 ряда. В схеме представлены нечётные лицевые ряды. Чётные, изнаночные ряды провязываем изнаночными петлями.

Вязание спицами
Вязание спицами

Спицы №4. Рапорт 23 петли, 24 ряда. В схеме представлены нечётные лицевые ряды. Чётные, изнаночные ряды провязываем изнаночными петлями.

Узор ромбами
Узор ромбами

Спицы №4. Рапорт 23 петли, 24 ряда. В схеме представлены нечётные лицевые ряды. Чётные, изнаночные ряды провязываем изнаночными петлями.

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