Interesting pattern: spike-petal pattern for crochet


This pattern looks very good if knitted from threads of more than one color. It is suitable for blankets, scarves and stoles. It is possible to knit this way from yarn of almost any thickness.

In this case, 5 millimeter hook was used.

If you take a yarn of several colors, make sure that it is the same thickness.

Tie a chain of air loops of the required length. Start by forming the first loop with your hands, and then pull each new through the previous one.

Now put a hook on the hook, and then pass it to the third loop from the worker, having passed the first two.

Pull the thread through the loop on the pigtail, and then put together the resulting loop and nakid. After that, there will be two loops on the hook: a new one and an extreme loop from a pigtail. Tie them together, getting a new work loop.

The result was a double crochet. This is the main binding for this pattern. When forming the next post, skip only one loop on the pigtail, passing the hook to the second.

Knit 4 double crochets, and then form a gap in the binding, again passing two loops and sweeping the hook into the third.

Tie this way a whole row.

Tie two air loops to form the second row.

Knit the second row with double crochets, but leave spaces in three places, so that they are diagonally from the bottom pattern and above it.

Such a pattern should turn out after the end of the second row.

The next row should consist entirely of cells.

It is in these cells that the petals of the next color will be placed.

For the next row, you must enter into binding the thread of the second color.

Now you need to form the first spike. For this we knit two double crochets. But the hook is introduced not in a row of loops, but under them. In this case, the cell itself is used as a loop. After two columns we knit two air loops and make another double crochet in the same cell.

Now proceed to the formation of petals. We start with the cell in which the spike was knitted. Put the hook in the cell and stretch the thread, then crouch, then another loop. Do not knit loops, let them be on the hook. You should have five loops, including nakida for each petal. Having formed the first petal, proceed to the next. To do this, the hook must be entered in a row under the viscous, in the first of the three cells in the pattern. The next petal is made by passing the thread to the bottom row. All loops remain on a hook not knitted.

This is how mating will look like when you form all the petals of the pattern:

Now you need to stretch the working thread through all those loops that are on the hook.

Now you have two loops.

Now gather the petals and tie the two loops together.

Now make 2 air loops and knit the next spike. After it, make the next flower in the same way.

The whole row of petals will look like this:

In order to continue drawing, knit with green yarn the same pattern that was knitted with white. Make new petals with the next color.