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مُساهمةموضوع: خدادية كروشيه ب ..diagonal box stitch    الأربعاء نوفمبر 30, 2011 9:43 am


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The Diagonal Box Stitch
©2003 Sandra Petit, http://www.crochetcabana.com

This tutorial will focus on the pattern stitch I call the Diagonal Box Stitch. I have heard it called the crazy stitch and the brick stitch. I decided to write it up when I was preparing to make an afghan for a sweet little girl in Alaska named Darby. This is a common stitch, around since the late 1800's according to about.com.

My intent here is to show you how to successfully make a rectangular piece, not a square. I will demonstrate a small rectangle and although you certainly can make many small rectangles and join them to make an afghan, the intent is to teach you the stitch and the procedure to make a full size afghan. I also demonstrate how to change colors using this stitch, though you can make a one-color afghan if you so desire.
This is a gorgeous, close-knit stitch I think you will really enjoy, especially if you live in a cold area. By working it on the diagonal you can measure the sides and determine when you've gotten it to the width you want, without having to bother with figuring out a multiple etc.
The best place to start is at the beginning. All crochet begins with a slip knot (see slip knot page for variations) and foundation chain. So if you don't know how to do those, please go through the Learning to Crochet pages to find out how. Let's assume you've done that and move on.
Materials: I used worsted weight yarn and an H hook. I find the H or I the most versatile as they make a nice size afghan and are not too hard on the fingers. The amount of yarn used for this square is negligible. Just a leftover ball you have lying around would do. To make an afghan (about twin bed size) I bought 24 ozs of three colors.
Abbreviation reminder
ch = chain
dc = double crochet
hk = hook
sl st = slip stitch
sk = skip

A note about colors. A little preplanning is advisable if you are working a pattern of stripes and you want your pattern to end evenly. Remember that you don't have to change colors. It is perfectly fine to work with one color if you want to.
Regarding changing colors every two rows - You cannot make a square (equal number of rows wide and long) changing colors every 2 rows and have it come out even. You will end up with one square of one color at the end and this will be the opposite color from the one you began with. I tried it twice--once decreasing on an even row and once decreasing on an odd row. I was quite confused by this until I approached my mathematical husband who explained it all to me. Without even laughing. LOL Don't ask me to do it. Please. LOL Take my word for it.
However, you CAN work a rectangle and have it come out even, but you may end on the opposite color, or not, depending on how many rows you work.
If you are using the same color throughout, no problem. :-)

Procedure:
Row 1:
Chain 6. Then double crochet in the 4th chain from hook, then dc in chains 5 and 6 (in future I will just say dc in 4, 5, and 6th chains and you will remember that it is the 4th chain from hook, right?). That's your first row. I see that wide-eyed look. It's true. This IS your first row. :-) (Don't forget to click on the thumbnails to see a larger pic.)


Row 2: Now you're going to do your first INCREASE row(Well, you could say Row 1 was also an increase row since you had nothing to begin with). Chain 6, dc in chains 4, 5 and 6, flip row 1 up (Pull it towards the front in a flipping motion),

Insert hook under the chain-3 of the row 1 "box" (shell or whatever you want to call that grouping), slip stitch to join,

Chain 3, 3 dc under same chain-3 grouping. At this point you have TWO rows of your pattern completed. Congratulations!
(Note: Alternate method: Insert hook under the ch-3 of the row 1 "box", single crochet to join, ch 2, work 3 dc under ch-3 grouping - do whichever you find gives you the desired look. Just do it the same way throughout.)

Now I'm going to throw you a curve. :-) We're going to change colors. Why? So you will know how if you want to. In my "What about those pesky ends?" tutorial, I show you how to limit the number of ends you have to sew in when you're changing colors every two rows. We're not going to change colors but this one time in this project, just to show you how to do it. In your finished product, you can make many stripes of different colors, use two colors and alternate stripes, make one stripe as in this sample, or make no stripes at all and continue in the same color. The choice is totally yours. Your color pattern makes your project unique, so be imaginative and follow your own drummer. :-)
Drop Color A (the one you're using) and join Color B (new color)
Row 3: Chain 6 using new color. Remember that you did NOT cut your old color. It's just sitting there. You can cut if you want to. If you do cut, be sure you leave at least 4-6" for sewing in later. If you are changing colors less often than every two rows (like every four rows, for example), then you should not carry, but cut. See my tutorial on those pesky ends for more info.

As before you are going to make a dc in the 4th, 5th, and 6th chain, flip rows 1 and 2 upwards

Insert hook under ch-3 of next box (it's actually on the previous row but it's sitting right there next to you now), join with slip stitch, chain 3, 3 dc in same space

Insert hook under ch-3 of box on row 2, join with slip stitch, ch 3, 3 dc in same space. Ta da! Row 3 completed in your new color!

Now we're cooking, ladies and gentlemen. Remember that each time you add a row by doing the ch-6 thing, you are working an INCREASE row, adding rows to your project.
We are now going to begin Row 4, which will go just like Row 3 did.
Row 4: Chain 6, dc in chain 4, 5, 6, flip that sucker up, *join with a sl st, ch 3, 3 dc in same space* repeat from * to * twice. Ta da! You've now completed row 4.

Remember waaayyy back when we dropped Color A and picked up Color B? Well, Color A is still waiting for us. It's time to pick it up again. I gave you a little bit of misdirection. In order to add the new color you will need to back up on that last dc you just did to complete Row 4. You will make the last dc right up until the last step and then complete it with Color A.
Row 5: Chain 6, dc in chains 4, 5, 6 (from hook), flip the piece up (sorry the picture is a little bit blurry), *join with a sl st, ch 3, 3 dc in same space* repeat from * to * three times. Row 5 completed.

This page is getting a bit long, so I'm going to break the tutorial into two (or more) pages.
On to page 2...
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مُساهمةموضوع: خدادية كروشيه ب ..diagonal box stitch   الأربعاء نوفمبر 30, 2011 9:49 am

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If you are returning to Color A and not making any more color changes, go on to Row 6 now. If you want to continue working two rows using two colors, you have a decision to make. You can work the decrease here so your new color won't show when you make the decrease (in which case go to Row 7), or if the color showing through doesn't bother you, you can continue with the same color for Row 6 and make your color change in row 7. I discuss this in more detail in row 7.
Row 6: Chain 6, dc in chains 4, 5, 6, flip the piece up (sorry the picture is a little bit blurry), *join with a sl st, ch 3, 3 dc in same space* repeat from * to * four times. Row 6 completed.

Note: If you are using the same color throughout, skip the instructions in teal below. If you are changing colors every 2 rows, read the instructions in teal before working row 7.
Special Note for changing colors:
If you are working two colors, changing every two rows, and carrying your yarn up the side, you will have a problem on the decrease row with the new color showing through the slip stitches. Originally I suggested slip stitching over in the old color and then making the change to your new color. However, I now realize if you are carrying your yarn, this will cause the yarn to cross your work.

There are a few solutions to this though none are totally satisfactory.
One is working sc instead of sl st for your decrease. Sc OVER your new color strand so it doesn't show (at least not much) and then continue with the pattern as is. Here's what you do exactly. ch 1, turn, lay your new color in front of your first stitch, insert hook under the strand of your new color, yo with your old color, pull through, complete sc. Work a sc in each of the next 2 sts, working over your new color strand. Then, insert hook under ch-3, yo with NEW color, pull through, continue to complete sl st. ch 3, 3 dc with new color and continue pattern. However, when you finish your two rows in that color, and you get to the end, you will again have to finagle the old and new yarn to hide it. This is not impossible to do, but it is not easy either. Since you are working diagonally, eventually the end of your row will make it too difficult to carry that yarn, so you will have to cut it anyway to change colors.
A second alternative is to make your decrease before your color change. In other words, work row 5 in your old color and decrease at row 6 still using the old color Then change colors on the increase, rather than the decrease. At some point you will be decreasing at both ends, so the problem will not disappear, but it will be delayed.
A third alternative is to cut your yarn (leaving at least 6" for sewing in later) and join with a slip stitch under the ch-3, completely skipping the slip stitches.
Row 7 (Decrease Row): This will be our first DECREASE row. Instead of chaining 6 here as we normally would to increase, we're going to keep the width of our piece, working evenly at that end, and increasing the length of our piece. You may want to mark this end as the width to prevent confusion since you will continue to flip work up as you increase along the length.
There are two procedures you can use for decreasing. The one pictured is this first one:
ch 1, turn (not flip - I said TURN just as you normally do in crochet - look at the pic), sl st in next 3 dc, sl st under ch-3 (essentially this looks like the last dc of your box - you're slip stitching here to bring yourself to the end of the box so you'll be in the right place to create your next box), ch- 3, 3 dc in same space. Row 7 decrease begun.


*join with a sl st under ch-3 loop, ch 3, 3 dc in same space*, repeat from * to * to end of row
Alternate method:
Another way of decreasing is rather than chaining 1 and slip stitching to the right spot, you would ch 3, then sl st under ch-3 loop of your box (same spot as in the above method). The ch-3 will just lie on the side of the box.

Row 8: Now we want to increase our length, so we're going to increase once again. Ch 6, dc in chains 4, 5, and 6. Flip. Insert hook under ch-3 of box in previous row, sl st, ch 3, 3 dc in same space. Continue in pattern stitch (*join with a sl st under ch-3 loop, ch 3, 3 dc in same space*) to end of row, join with sl st to last box. (This will be the second box from the end of your piece. (Note: If you want a SQUARE piece, then don't increase the length. But how many people do you know who are square? **chuckle** Not that kind of square. For an afghan, I'd suggest going rectangle to get those long legs nice and toasty.)

Now we're going to maintain our width, so we don't want to increase here. We're going to do a decrease row. How do we do that? Anyone remember? Righto. You in the teal sweater. Good job.
Row 9 (Decrease row): Ch 1, turn, sl st in next 3 dc, sl st under ch-3 of box in previous row, ch 3, 3 dc, and so on. I know you get the picture by this time. You'll continue in pattern to the end of the row.
One comment. As long as you're maintaining your length, don't forget to make that last box at the top of the row. It's easy to look at it and forget that you need that top box.
Okay, let's say you finish Row 9 and you're thinking, I'm tired of this stitch. You want to level off and start closing in your rectangle. (This is approximately 7 inches) So you want to start decreasing at both ends, rather than only at the width end. You do the decrease the same way. Ch 1, turn, sl st in each of the 3 dc and under the ch-3.
Note: If you forget what row you're working, just count the boxes on the length side. That will work until you start decreasing at both ends. **wink**
Row 10: Do a decrease row (like Row 9) until you have no more boxes to make. Then join with a sl st. Here's a couple pics to judge if you're moving in the right direction. When you completed that last box, finish off and sew in miscellaneous ends. UNLESS you want to do a border in the same color. See below.

Whew! **wiping brow** Y'all did a superb job there. That's a difficult stitch to master.
Wait. Wait. Before you head out to The Outback or comparable restaurant to reward your success - I forgot something. One thing about this stitch is that it doesn't give a very nice edging - plus you have that thread you carried up the side to cover. You should add a border round the thing to give it a nicely finished look. You can do a border in the same color or a contrasting color or a totally whacked way out there color. It's up to you. I might mention that those slip stitches are a trifle difficult to wiggle your hook into. If this gives you trouble, just use a smaller hook to work your way through and continue with the regular hook. Play around with the stitching of the border, to keep the rectangle flat and still look nice. Rather than going under the ch-3 loops, you might consider going through them so you won't have that gaping hole along the edge.
If you've finished off and are starting with a new color, your first question may be "what's the right side and what's the wrong side". Well, I'm not rightly sure if there really is a right or wrong side, but you can tell where you worked your first row by just looking at your bottom corner.
If you're making an afghan, I suggest doing a simple single crochet (or double crochet) round all around the piece, and then putting the border of your choice on top of that.
Here's a pic of a completed square, bordered in a single round of single crochet.

Since we're talking about sizing...if you're making an afghan you need to know where to start doing the decrease on both ends. So how do you tell when the width is the width you want it to be? Remember you will not start doing the decrease until you've got the width to the right size. What you do is measure, of course. You have to measure along the side where you started your first box. On the afghan I made it was 48" wide.
If you're interested in working this stitch in straight rows, I have a tutorial on that also.




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Insert hook in 4th chain from hook




[center]Work 3 double crochets in 4th chain from hook

*skip 3 chains, single crochet in next chain,

chain 3

3 double crochets in same stitch,
repeat from * to last 4 chains




skip 3 chains, end 1 single crochet in last stitch





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Row 2: chain 2 or 3 (whatever brings you up to the right height), turn, 3 double crochet in space between last single crochet and box of previous row (pictured, if you prefer you can go INTO the single crochet), * insert hook under chain-3, work slip stitch over chain-3 loop in same space, chain 3, 3 double crochet in same space,repeat from * ending with 1 single crochet in top of chain 3, drop green (do not cut), pick up white. [alternate method for underlined part (not pictured): * insert hook under chain-3, work (single crochet, chain 2, 3 double crochets) in same space]
Once again, in pictures:



ch 3, turn, 3 double crochet in space between last single crochet and box of previous row (pictured, if you prefer you can go INTO the single crochet),

* insert hk under chain-3,

slip stitch under chain-3




chain 3, 3 double crochet in same space,repeat from *
ending with 1 single crochet in top of chain 3, (note: you will finish sc in new color), drop green but DO NOT CUT, pick up white
beginning Row 3

Rows 3-31: Repeat ROW 2, changing color every other row. Row 31 will be a white row. Do not cut yarn. Continue with border on next page.
picture above shows picking up the dropped color
completing the stitch with the dropped color
Picture shows 6 rows worked, preparing to begin row 7 with white


تم تصغير هذه الصورة. إضغط هنا لمشاهدة الصورة كاملة. الصورة الأصلية بأبعاد 600 * 8 و حجم 1KB.
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