Circular crochet chest, we use in
many pieces, in tops, jackets, and dresses .
Because of the great importance of circular crocheted breasts, I wanted to share with you a summary of the information I got on how the circular chest works, and mention the sizes.
Sizes needed to create a round crochet chest.
The same sizes are for the circular chest and the square chest.
Sizes can vary depending on the size of the child, but these are common
We calculate 2 cm in some sizes for which sewing is required
that we start with (or head circumference size can be used)
We start by making a chain around the circumference of the head, or the length of the chain you want.
We go up three chains – the length of the double crochetdouble crochet stitch – and we do the double crochet stitch from the fourth chain,
We count 3 chains as the first stitch, and the stitch we made is the second stitch.
On this line we do 2 double crochet stitches and the third we do an increase in it, and we repeat it until the end of the line. If you want to close the chest, then make a slip stitch.
We go up three chains, and then we make 3 double crochet stitches , and the fourth we do an increase in them, and we repeat that until the end of the line,
And we are doing another stitch on the third chain in which we rose at the beginning of the previous line.
We raise three chains at the beginning of the line, and then we make 4 double crochet stitches , and the fifth we do an increase in them, and we repeat that until the end of the line.
We rise three chains at the beginning of the line, and then we make 5 double crochet stitches , and the sixth we do an increase in them, and we repeat that until the end of the line.
We rise three chains at the beginning of the line, and then we make 6 double crochet stitches , and the seventh we do increase, and we repeat that until the end of the line.
We continue in this way until we reach the required sizes, shoulder size, chest circumference, the opening of the sleeve.
And upon reaching the required sizes, after all stitches,
We divide it into four equal sections, and you choose if you like to leave it open from the front or the back.
The four sections, one for the back and one for the chest, and two for the sleeves.
Then we close the chest by combining the first two stitches with the last two stitches, and we make a double crochet stitch on each double crochet stitch, until we reach the sleeve area.
Upon reaching the mark, we create a double crochet stitch , then three chains,
And then a double ceochet stitch in which the mark is from the chest side,
We complete a double crochet stitch in each double crochet stitch, along the chest.
Then we make the second quantum aperture the same way as the first quantum aperture.
Then we complete the pattern we want to make, until we get the diamonds we want, complete the sleeves or leave them as they are.