Fish Bone Pattern or Herringbone Pattern Crochet Pattern 52, Have you ever done a beautiful job wearing the crochet with the fishbone pattern? If you’ve never done this pattern before, know that it’s fantastic. Besides being beautiful, the creations with this kind of crochet pattern will make your work and creations even more beautiful than the one we are used to make every day.
Me and mine have started to develop a double bed liner based on this standard N 52 crochet fish herringbone pattern. We have just started, we don’t know what the final work will be yet, but we will certainly update this article later for you to see how our bed lining looks like. So below you’ll have a photo in detail of what the crochet fish thorn pattern is like in a video tutorial that is in another language, but nothing that the subtitles can solve. And of course the graphic for you to try to follow the steps of how to do it. So let’s try it?
Fish Bone Pattern or Herringbone Pattern Crochet Pattern 52º
We knit a stream of air loops, multiples of 12 + 3 loops. Then knit an air loop to lift.
The first line, we repeat: a single crochet column and an air loop, passing a loop at the base.
The second row is knitted in a similar way to the first, according to the pattern.
Third thread. First knit in the pattern. Air loop at the beginning of a row, a column without nakida, * an air loop, a column without nakida. 5 air loops. Having passed through 4 loops at the base, we lowered a row below, knitted a connection loop. 5 air loops. Having passed 5 loops at the base, a column without nakida. * Repeat the relationship, marked with asterisks.
Fourth row Loop of air for elevation. Column without nakida. Air loop. Having lost a loop at the base, a column without a nakida. Air loop. Then knit a thread below. * Skip a loop, single crochet. Air loop. * Repeat rapport 4 times. Single crochet in the base loop. Air loop. Having passed the air loop, a column without nakida. Repeat from the beginning.
Fifth line Air loop for lifting. Column without nakida. Having lost a peti at the base, a column without nakida. * 5 air loops. We lower a line further down, and in the center of the Christmas tree under the air loop we knit a connection loop. 5 air loops. Single crochet, air loop. Passing a loop at the base, a column without nakida.
* Repeat the relationship. Then switch 4 and 5 rows.
And here is the scheme of this pattern. It’s pretty complicated. Beginners can learn to read such schemes.
We hope you enjoyed this tutorial and can do a great job. Soon, in 2 days we’ll have a new free PDF standard for you to download and do just like this.
Where to use the herringbone pattern?
You can use this pattern on blouses, towels, table linings, bags and belts decorated with colored lines from another. It’s your imagination!
VIDEO With more explains about that pattern crochet. The video is in russian languagen, but with legends youtube can you watch w/o problems.
FREE DOWNLOAD GRAFHICS Fish Bone Pattern or Herringbone Pattern CrochetHerringbone-Pattern-Crochet-Pattern-52 Herringbone-Pattern-Crochet-Pattern-52 3
FREE PDF GRAPHIC ONOTHER STYLE FISH BONEFishbone+Braid+Cable+Knit.pdf