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VERY SIMPLE BUT LOVELY HEARTS FROM THE COLUMNS WITHOUT A CROCHET

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Wonderful hearts will fit not only for home decor on Valentine's Day, but they can also become excellent tackers or stands for hotter. How to apply - it's up to you! Imagine and it will be more interesting to live :) 


According to the site belladia.typepad.com

For knitting need:

Hook and yarn of appropriate thickness.

The thicker the yarn and the hook, the more the heart will turn out.

For a reference from the yarn for hook No. 5, a heart approximately 10 cm in height, 7.5 cm in width emerges.

After each row, check the number of loops. Then the heart will turn out smooth.




Dial 4 vs,

Abbreviations used:
gt; - air loop

SBN - single crochet

2-3 sc together - reducing the single crochet

1 p. The first loop from the hook - lift loop, 3 SBN, 1 vp lifting, turning work (total - 3 loops in a row, then in brackets - the number of loops in a row).

Further, at the end of each row should be done 1 vp lifting and turning work.

2 r. 2 sc in the first loop, 1 sc in the second loop, 2 sc in the last loop (5).




3 r. 2 sc from the first loop, 3 sc in the second loop, 2 sc from the last loop (7).

4 r. 2 sc from the first loop, 1 sc in each loop to the last, 2 sc from the last loop (9).

5 r. Knit as a 4th row (11). 




6 r. Knit RLS in all loops without increments (11).

7 r. Knit as 4 row (13).

8 r. Knit as a 4th row (15).

9 r. Knit as a 4th row (17).

10 r. Knit RLS in all loops without increments (17).

11 r. Knit as 4 row. This is the last row with increments. (19). 




12-14 p. Knit RLS in all loops without increments (19).

Now begins tying the right ear of the heart. 




15 r. 9 sc, 1 ce, turn work. Continue doing at the end of each row one vp lifting and turning knitting.

16 r. 2 sc together, sc until end of row (8).

17 r. 2 sc together, 4 sc, 2 sc together (6).

18 r. 2 sc together, 2 sc, 2 sc together (4).  




19 r. 2 sc together, 2 sc together (2).

Tighten and trim the thread.

Now you need to bind the left ear of the heart.

On the hook - the initial loop: To form a ring out of the yarn, insert a hook into it, grab the thread and pull it out. 
Tighten the loop on the hook, pulling the end of the thread. R. 15 h. II: 9 sc, leaving one bar in the middle of the row unlocked (9). 




R. 16 h. II: 7 sc, 2 sc together (8).

R. 17 h. II: 2 sc together, 4 sc, 2 sc together (6).

R. 18 h. II: 2 sc together, 2 sc, 2 sc together (4)  




R. 19 hours II: 2 scs together, 2 scs together (2).

The heart is ready, but it's too early to cut the thread!

20 row. Tie all the heart of the RLS, sticking the hook into the end of each row. Sometimes it is hard to find. But still try to find it and do not make 2 sc in one loop. 

Since there is no rounding increase in the strapping so that it does not tighten the heart, the sc will need to be knitted more freely.




When you finish tying the heart between the ears, make a decrease of 3 sc, tying them together. A subtraction should connect one loop of the left, one loop of the right ear and a loop in the middle, which was previously unplugged. 




Continue to knit sc to first sc in this row. 
Tighten and trim the thread. Stretch it out through the first column, fasten it on the reverse side. 
Hide the ends with a yarn needle. 




Now my heart is ready! You can tie it with an openwork border for your taste. 




Did you like it? Let's knit :)




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