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What do you need to crochet this project?
- Crochet hook size 2.5 mm
- Yarn: 350g in black color
- Yarndage: 100g / 530 m
- Yarn weight: Fingering (14 wpi) / Super Fine
- Fiber type: 100% mercerized cotton
- Gauge: 25 st x 4 pic = 4 x 4″
- Finished size: L-XL
Easy black dress with fan crochet pattern
Diagram of this crochet pattern
How to crochet this pattern
Simple step by step instruction
Foundation chain: 216 ch, join in the round with a sl st to form a ring.
Row 1-2: 1 ch, 216 sc
Row 3 = 18 rapports
Then, at a height of 11 cm, divide the crochet in half and continue crochet the back and front separately. On the front shelf for armholes for sleeves, leave one rapport on both sides, at the same time as decreasing for armholes, close 3 central rapports to cut the neckline and continue crochet separately on two rapports to a height of 14 patterns. On the back shelf, make reductions for the armholes similarly to the front and crochet two more patterns in height, at the height of 7 patterns (17 cm) close 3 central rapports to cut the neckline and continue crochet separately on two rapports to a height of 14 patterns.
Starting at waistband
Row 1 = 18 rapports
Crochet 7 patterns, then gradually expand the repeating pattern repeat. Thus, the width of the skirt will increase.
To increase the pattern repeat 2 rows we crochet:
- in arch – 8 sc
- in sc – 7 dc
- in dc – 13 dc
In the next row of the pattern, increase the number of ch in each arch by 1 st. Then, every 4 rows of the pattern, perform increments in the same way as the previous ones, i.e. in the arch of 6 ch – 9 dc, in the arch of 7 ch – 10 dc.
Stitch abbreviations used in this crochet
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