Knit the original plaid under the force of anyone who at least once held a hook in his hands. The bedspread can be made from knitted motifs or knitted with a single piece of cloth. I will show the whole process of knitting a bright, striped, zigzag plaid crochet, with my own hands.
To knit such a blanket you will need:
• Multi-colored yarn of the same quality and thickness.
• Hook of the same number as the thickness of the thread.
All the blankets fit in a not complicated pattern. Work begins with air loops. The number of stitches in the front row depends on the size of the plaid you have in mind. Keep in mind that due to the zigzag pattern, the length of the row will decrease by a third.
The colors in this plaid are gradually changing. If you pay attention, then first comes a bright red yarn and blue, then the blue color transforms into a turquoise hue and green, and the red yarn becomes pink. So the plaid will turn out to be bright, but not chaotic, but very harmonious.
After a pink shade, purple and lilac yarn logically interweave, then again we return to blue.
How colors will be arranged in a plaid, it is most convenient to select, laying out hanks on the table, choosing the best range of shades and colors.
When you have knitted a blanket of the required size, with the color that you knitted the last row, tie the entire blanket along the contour. In the corners of the plaid, knit two double crochet in one loop. To drop zigzags, tie over protruding places with double crochets, and tie deep places with double crochets.
The edging can be made beautiful and not ordinary, and not just tie the blanket around the contour. After the red edging, tie the plaid blue, and then tie the pink thread. Knit with crochet in pink, knit every second with an elongated loop to make a pattern.
After the pink color, tie the blue thread. Tie in the same way as pink, only make the elongated loop longer so that it goes blue.
It turns out here is such a beautiful and interesting edging with squares. Tie so the whole plaid.
Make an extra row of single crochet blue.