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The original and uncomplicated pattern is capable of becoming a self-sufficient decoration for hand-made things. Original products will look like, completely connected by such a viscous and individual parts. Patch pockets, sleeves, yoke, volumetric vertical stripes are just some of the options. At first look at the pattern, in fact, only three methods were used in knitting: double crochets, air loops and bulky peas, which we often used to see in the decoration.

Before starting work, it is important to note that there will be more yarn consumption for such a pattern. But the result will definitely please. Bulky scallops are equally good both when knitting with different colors, and in solid colors.

A slight adjustment, and the vertical volume bands turn into waves. Having understood the principle of knitting, such a permutation is easy to make.

In the first working row, single-edged columns alternate with air loops, forming windows. Each window starts and ends with similar windows. They are formed by lifting air loops at the beginning of the row and air loop with a double crochet at the end. This technique will provide an opportunity to beautifully handle the edge from all sides. In the course of knitting, the cells formed from the windows will help not to stray even in the absence of a pattern.

The report of the pattern consists of only two rows. In the first, 7 double crochets alternate with a “shell” of 4 double crochets.

The base for the shell is 3 free windows.

Each of the columns included in the "shell" is supplemented with a pea-pike, connected according to the principle of a fluffy column. Inside the scallop the columns with peas are separated from above by 3 air loops.

In each 2 row, 7 columns with nakida alternate with windows that are visually closed with peas.

From the inside, it looks like this:

The pattern is so simple that you can insert it into the canvas at any stage of knitting.

At the end of the work we close the edge with fluffy bars.

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