Crochet Patterns: Create An Openwork Blouse

We use this crochet pattern to create this beautiful openwork blouse, perfect for the warm season that is approaching. In this case, the color yellow has been used, that we can modify at will. What you need is 500 grams. of cotton and a crochet hook # 5; size is the number 42. The points used are the chain link, the very low mesh, crochet, knit half high, high mesh and shrimp point. We see the process.

The scheme of why reading filet:
X = 4 m. high;
XX = 7 m. high;
XXX = 10 m. high etc .;
❑ = empty space (made up of: * 1 m. High, 2 cat. Flying, jump 2 m. Basic Rip. From * to *.)
For abbreviations it is the usual pattern.

Running
Behind : launched 118 cat. (at each end r. do 1 cat. per volt.). Lav. 10 r. mb * Perform 6 r. ma (r at each end. fairies 2 cat. per volt.). Lav. 1 r. but decreasing to 1 m. per share *. Rip. from * to * 2 more times. Lav. 13 r. ** but to Lav. 1 r. but increasing to 1 m. for part.
Performed 3 r. but in **. Rip. from ** to ** yet 9 times. For armhole sleeve omitted 6 m. for part, then 3; continued di- minuendo every r. 1 m. for part 3 times. Lav. 24 r. in
it for the shoulder • omitted to every r. 4 m. for part 5 times.
Now divide the work into 2 parts: left out the 16 m. plants. Continue, until all the m., Decreasing every r. 1 m. the inside of the work and tralasciandone 4 on the outside.
Before : like the back (executed the work in order to have the 45 ‘line but 118 m. In total), divide the work into 2 parts and leave out the 2 m. plants. Lav. But 58;volt. * 2 m. bss., in m. seg. lav .:
1 m. bss., 2 ch., 1 but Go and term. a ma; volt. Lav. the r. seg. a ma; skipped the last 2 sts .; volt. *. Rip. from * to * 3 times more.
Performed at the same time increase 1 every 3 r. on the part of the side. 54 ‘r.(from right): lav. But 13; volt. Lav. 2 m. bss., in m. seg. do 1 m. bss., 2 ch., 1 but, but 10; volt. Lav. 3 m. bss., fairies in m. loc .: 1 m. bss., 2 chs., 1 dc; 5 m; volt. Lav.2 m. bss., in m. seg. lav .: 1 m. bss., 2 chs., 1 dc; 1 but Break the wire.

** Take back the work on 54 ‘r .: 2 m jump. Basic and work. But 14; volt. 2 m.bss., in m. seg. lav .: 1 m. bss., 2 ch. and but one; But 9; volt. 2 m. bss., in m. seg.lav .: 1
m. bss., 2 ch. and 1 but, but 3; volt. 2 m. bss., in m. seg. lav .: 1 m. bss., 2 ch. and but one; 1 Break, but the thread **. Rip. from ** to ** yet 1 vol- ta. Resume work from 46 ‘r. and let the other half in the opposite direction.

Filet insert : vertical run it, following the pattern and starting from the left with 25 cat. more 2 per volt.
Work tops in front separately. l ‘r .: 60 initiated cat. 2 ‘r .: lav. 6 m. bss. Continued and term. the r. but to 3 ‘r .: lav. the r. in but left out the last 3 m. 4 ‘r .: 1 but 2 but closed together (decrease), but continued to Term.

1 decrease, but one; volt. 5 ‘r .: lav. a ma and term. 1 decrease, but one; volt. 6 ‘r .: 1 tr, 1 decrease.
Continue ending r. but to 7 ‘r .: to it; volt. 8 ‘r .: * lav. a ma and term. 1 decrease, but one; volt. Do 3 r. but in *. Rip. from * to * 3 times more. 23 ‘r. (singlet design): lav. a ma; term. 1 decrease, but one; volt. Lav. 5 r. but decreasing in every r. 1 m. on the side of the neckline. 29 ‘r. (shoulder decreases): 4 m. bss., keep it, term. 1 decrease, but one; volt. 30 ‘r .: 1 tr, 1 decrease, skip the last 4 m .;volt. 3V r .: such as 29 ‘r. 32 ‘r .: 1 m..a., Declined 2 m., Omitted the last 4 m .;volt. 33 ‘r .: 1 m. bss_ 1 mb 1 m. Half a., but 2, 2 decreases, but 1 Break the wire.Resume work under the cat. starting, by the part of the side, and work. 13 but Break the wire. Jump 17 m. Basic and make it 10 Break the wire. Jump 17 m. and work. 10 but Break the wire. Jump 17 m. Basic and make you work 7 but the other half in the opposite direction.

Channel : 84 initiated cat. Volt. Do 29 r. but increasing of
1 m. for the part 3 ‘, 7’, Ill ‘and 15’ r. For armhole sleeve omitted 6 m. for part.Continue decreasing every r. 1 m. to part per 10 times. Decreased 1 times 2 m.for part. Omit 1x 6 m. per share; broken wire. Sew the side of the sleeve and carried on finishing bottom; l ‘r .: 1 m. bss. * 5 ch., Skip 2 m. (headband), in the same m. lav .: 1 m. bss., 5 ch., 1 m. bss. (Picot) *. Rip. from to *. 2 ‘r .: 1 m. bss.in the M. 11` central arch, * 5 ch., 1 m. bss. in the M. Central bow seg. *. Rip.from to *. Broken and stamped the wire. Performed another sleeve as above, but in reverse.
Collar : 1 ‘r .: 84 initiated cat. 2 ‘and 4’ r .: 1 dc in each st. Basic; volt. X 5 ‘r .: 1 sc, 2 sc worked in the same st. (increase). Continue to mb and term. 1 increase, 1 dc; volt. 6 ‘r .: lav. mb to distributing 6 increases during the r. Rip. from 2 ‘to 6’ r.2 more times. Rip. then the 2 ‘and X r. 8 times more. * Lav. 2 m. bss. Continue to mb Term. with 1 m. bss. and skipped the last 2 sts .; volt. *. Rip. from * to * again 9 times. Finish with 1 r. MB Break the wire. Lav. on the short sides 1 r. p.shrimp. Lav. the same finishing of the sleeves on the outer side of the collar.

Pack
Attack the filet lace sewed to the lower and upper front of the hidden point and stitch the front to the rear. Take 1 r. p. shrimp on board. Lav. 1 r. MB on the neckline of the front and around the neck. Neckline you execute even 1 r. p.shrimp. Attach the collar, the sleeves inserted. To match the blouse, this nice shoulder bag crocheted.

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