Crochet | Bridal | Tatting – Krishne Saree Kuchu & Tassels
Introduction to Crochet
Crochet Bridal Tatting Krishne Saree is a centuries-old craft that can be used to make both textiles and accessories. It is a simple process of looping yarn around a hook, which can be done in many different ways. Crochet can be used to create things like blankets, throws, scarves, and hats. There are also crocheted items that are more specialized, such as shawls and kuchus.
Crochet is also known as bridal crochet because it is often used to make wedding dresses and other accessories. Crochet tatting is another form of crochet that uses a different type of thread called tatting thread. This thread is very thin and has a lot of dangles on it. Tatting makes larger pieces out of crochet than regular crochet does because it can hold more stitches at once.
There are many tutorials on the internet that will teach you how to crochet properly. If you are new to the craft, start with something simple like a blanket or scarf first. Once you have some experience under your belt, you can move on to more complicated projects.
Basic Crochet stitches
Crochet stitches are a versatile way to create beautiful textured crochet fabrics. The following stitches are the most basic crochet stitches and can be used to make many different crochet patterns.
Chain (ch) – This is the foundation chain for crocheting. You will need to chain multiple times to create the size of stitch you want.
Skip (SKP) – Skip one stitch in the current row, then insert your hook into the next stitch and pull up a loop.
Yarn over (yo) – Yarn over once, insert your hook into the next stitch, yarn over and pull through both loops on your hook.
How to Crochet Bridal Tatting Krishne Saree a kuchu (saree)
In this tutorial, we will be showing you how to crochet a kuchu (saree) with tassels. This is an intermediate level pattern, so make sure that you are comfortable with basic crocheting before attempting this project.
To begin, chain 116 (120 if using two colors). Slip st into first ch to form a ring. Ch 2 (counts as hdc here and throughout), sk next ch, dc in next ch; rep from * around. Slip st into top of beginning ch-2 sp.
Now work the tassels: Working in back loop only, hdc in same sp as last dc, dc in each of next 2 sts, tr in each of next 3 sts. Fasten off and weave in ends.
For the border: Working along bottom edge only of kuchu, starting at center front edge and working across both front and back sides, sc in each st around. Fasten off and weave in ends.
How to Crochet Bridal Tatting Krishne Saree tassels
Crochet tassels are the perfect finishing touch to your crochet projects. There are a few different ways to make tassels, but each one is easy to do and results in beautiful tassels.
The first way to make a crochet tassel is to chain 3 and then work 2 dc into the next ch, HDC into the next ch. Here’s how that looks:
Skip the next 2 ch and work 1 dc into the space, Hdc into the next ch. Now chain 1 and work 1 dc into the first hdc, HDC into the second hdc. Here’s how that looks:
The second way to make a crochet tassel is to chain 4 and then work 2 dc into the next ch, Hdc into the next ch. Here’s how that looks:
Skip the next 2 ch and work 1 dc into each of the next 2 hdcs, (Hdc, brpch) twice. Chain 1 and work 1 dc into each of the remaining hdcs. Here’s how that looks:
The third way to make a crochet tassel is to chain 5 and then work 2 dc into the next ch, Hdc INTO THE NEXT CH. Here’s how that looks:
Skip the next 2 ch and work1dcinto eachofthenext2hdcsshpchchain1a
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