|Posted on May 19, 2010 at 3:40 PM|
This netting scarf is crocheted then used hand-knot technique for fishing nets. It's 25" x 15" net size.
First, I crochet a robe 25" length. Then I cut 20 pieces of 75" lenth put through crochet holes, adjust for equal length then knot to fix the location of each piece (around 1-inch gap in between). So I have double pieces for each knot.
This scarf was posted on CraftStylish.com
For start making net , take a piece of first knot and 1 piece from the next one, knot both together, repeat the same for each next 2 knots as a pair till the end to finish the first row.
For the second row, take the left of first knot (adjust the distance from the knot to the second row) and 1 piece of the next knot (first row) knot both together. Repeat the same to the end as you do for the first row.
Use the same knotting technique from the beginning to the end. For decoration, leave the end about 3-inch for each knot. It seems so delicated with my explaination here, but when you actually start making this, it will be clearer and quite simple.
With imagination, you can create your unique style for your look. Beautiful and classy for special occasions or funky crazy looks for parties or even just a little scarf for outdoor BBQ in cool days... It can be a gift too...
More than just sewing - Cloudyhn
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