1. Legend of our fillet crocheting patterns 
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Single grating / A box (a half double crochet, 2 chain stitches and a half double crochet are passed at each other)
At the beginning of a new line the first half double crochet is replaced by three chain stitches.
 
 
 
= // Filled grating (sequentially arranged are 4 half double crochet)
At the beginning of a new line the first half double crochet is replaced by 3 chain stitches.
 
 
 
= Double single grating
The first line: 6 chain stitches
the second line: (a half double crochet, 3 chain stitches, 1 slip stitch, 3 chain stitches and a half double crochet)
 
 
 
2. Stitch test 
Before beginning of every crochet work recommends itself to work a size stitch test of 10 boxes * of 10 boxes. From this stitch test height and width are measured and compared in the circumstance with the crocheting presentation. So that always can be balanced differences, being able to occur that one always, depending on whether as your crocheting-style is or what was employed for material. (Firmly or slackly crochet, fine or coarser cotton yarn, small or larger crochet hook determine always a crocheting-result in his size!)
Example:
A presentation has an identified height of 15.75Inches = 61 boxes.
Your stitch test at 10 boxes * of 10 boxes shows a height of 2.36Inch ---> From that results: 61 boxes (from presentation) * 2.36Inch = 14.4Inches; therefore 1.35Inch too shortly! For this 1.35Inch therefore must be added boxes in order to reach the identified height of 15.75Inches!
---> 61 boxes show with you in fact 14.4Inches ; 1 box would show accordingly 0,236Inch (14.4/61); 15.75Inches / 0,236Inch = 66,73 boxes; Upshot: In order to reach a height of 15.75Inches, you would have to crochet 67 boxes therefore instead of the defaulted one 61 boxes!
 
 
 
3. Stitch assault 
Every crochet work is begun in the first line with chain stitches. The numbers of the chain stitches calculated as follows:
1. Total numbers of the boxes * 3 chain stitches = ............
2. 1 box * 4 chain stitches = 4 chain stitches
Result: Sum from 1. + 2.
 
 
 
 
During the fillet crocheting are applied chain stitches, single crochets, half double crochets, double crochets, treble crochets and slip stitches.
 
Stitch type Sign Working method
Chain stitch 
Making a loop, loop placing around the crochet hook, the crochet hook moving through the loop from to the left after to the right, continuously repeat
 
 
 
Single crochet 
Onto the last line:
The crochet hook put in into the next crocheting-stitch, crocheting-thread moving through the crocheting-stitch of to the left after to the right, 1 loope, crocheting-thread moving through the 2 crocheting-stitches, continuously repeat
 
 
 
Half double crochet 
Onto the last line:
1 loope, pricking in the crochet hook into the 4rd stitch of the last line; moving the crocheting-thread with the crochet hook through this crocheting-stitch from the left after to the right, 1 loope, moving the crocheting-thread through the first 2 loops of to the left after to the right, 1 loope, crocheting-thread pull through the remaining 2 crocheting-loops of to the left after to the right
(Yarn is pulled through always by 2 loops from to the left after to the right)
 
 
 
Double crochet 
Onto the last line:
2 loopes, pricking in the crochet hook into the 5th stitch of the last line; moving the crocheting-thread with the crochet hook through this crocheting-stitch from the left after to the right, 1 loope, moving the crocheting-thread through the first 2 loops of to the left after to the right, 1 loope, moving the crocheting-thread through the next 2 loops of to the left after to the right, 1 loope, crocheting-thread pull through the remaining 2 crocheting-loops of to the left after to the right
(Yarn is pulled always by 2 loops from to the left after to the right)
 
 
 
Treble crochet 
3 loopes, pricking in the crochet hook into the 6th stitch of the last line; moving the crocheting-thread with the crochet hook through this crocheting-stitch from the left after to the right, 1 loope, moving the crocheting-thread through the first 2 loops of to the left after to the right, 1 loope, moving the crocheting-thread through the next 2 loops of to the left after to the right, 1 loope, moving the crocheting-thread through the next 2 loops of to the left after to the right, 1 loope, crocheting-thread pull through the remaining 2 crocheting-loops of to the left after to the right
(Yarn is pulled always by 2 loops from to the left after to the right)
 
 
 
Slip stitch 
Onto the last line:
Crochet hook is moveded into next stitch, moving the crocheting-thread with the crochet hook through this crocheting-stitch and moving the crocheting-thread through the 2 loops from the left after to the right.
 
 
 
Expanding crocheting-stitches at the beginning of a line 
1. Single grating
2 chain stitches, 4 loops, pricking the crochet hook into the bottom of the last half double crochet and moving the crocheting-thread through the stitch of to the left after to the right, 1 loop, moving the crocheting-thread through the chain stitch of the last line from to the left after to the right, 1 loop, moving the crocheting-thread through the next 2 loops from to the left after to the right, 1 loop, moving the crocheting-thread through the next 2 loops from to the left after to the right, 1 loop, moving the crocheting-thread through the next 2 loops from to the left after to the right, 1 loop, crocheting-thread pull through the remaining 2 crocheting-loops from to the left to the right of To the last half double crochet are crocheted chain stitches: In this example of 11 air stitches; for the next line 1 small stick is put after that in the ninth air stitch.
2. Filled grating
Correspondingly a lot half double crochets are crocheted at each other.
 
 
 
Expanding crocheting-stitches at the end of a line


1. Single grating
To the last single grating are crocheted 10 chain stitches, crocheting the first half double crochet into the third chain stitch, the second half double crochet is crocheted onto the last chain stitch to the previous line.
2. Filled grating
In the connection to the last line are crocheted 8 chain stitches, the first half double crochet is crocheted onto the fifth chain stitch, ..., the sixth half double crochet is crocheted onto the last half double crochet of the last line.
 
 
 
Reducing crocheting-stitches at the beginning of a line 
1. Near the last single grating 5 loops are crocheted in each case to 2 stitches from to the right after to the left.
or
2. On the last single grating is crocheted to 4 slip stitches for the next line.
 
 
 
Reducing crocheting-stitches at the end of a line

1. On the last filled grating is crocheted 4 slip stitches for the next line.
or
2. On the last single grating is crocheted 4 slip stitches for the next line.
 
 
 
 
5. Further techniques / crocheting techniques
 
Fringes  Create fringes and pull in into the curtain (Single grating)
1.  Threads
 
2.  Folding threads in the middle
 
3.  Moving the folded threads through the grating
 
4.  Moving thread ends through the loop
 
5.  Pulling the fringes firmly and just cutting definitively onto a length
 
Several threads are cut onto the same length, onto the half folded and than with a big crochet hook from the box front something a little pulled into the single grating, which one is planned for the fringes. Such a loop arises, through this loop the other thread end of the fringes is moved. Definitively the fringes are just cut onto a length.
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Crochet in rounds  Working method
First Round
 
Second Round

 
Several chain stitches are crocheted, then the last chain stitch from this line is combined with the first chain stitch (Points 1-7);
Three chain stitches are crocheted further, these are for the beginning of the second round. On the available chain stitches of the first round are crocheted now according to half double crochets / boxes (between that according chain stitches for the enlargement). In the 3rd and further rounds is crocheted analog.
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Picots   
Working method:
  
 
On a crocheting-stitch of the previous line (for example single crochets) is crocheted as follows 1 single crochet, 3 chain stitches, 1 single crochet into the first of the 3 chain stitches, 1 further single crochet of the previous line = 1 Picot, further Picots: repeat previous crocheting steps
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Crocheting-burl   
Working method:
  
 
Onto a crocheting-stitch of the previous line (for example half double crochet)are crocheted for example 7 half double crochets and after that together crocheted. (The thread is pulled by all 7 loops and fixed after that with a single crochet. One receives a tridimensional crochet stitch as a result, so for example a single grating can be filled completely.
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Group of half double crochets    
Working method:
Onto a crocheting-stitch of the previous line (for example single crochet, half double crochet) are crocheted several half double crochets.
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Crochet diagonal grating   
Working method:
Arches are crocheted with chain stitches, these arches are displaced in the following lines in each case. Through that a net optics appears. As a result one receives a diagonal grid.
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Expanding single crochets   
Working method:
In a crocheting-stitch of the previous line are crocheted 2 or several single crochets.
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Reducing crocheting-stitches/single crochets   
Working method:
According to requirement 2 or several single crochets are crocheted. The crocheting stitches are taked up, first of all and pulled then by the first loop.
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Reducing half double crochets   
Working method:
According to requirement 2 or several half double crochets are crocheted. The crocheting stitches are taked up, first of all and pulled then by the first loop..
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Tip:
If you wash the crocheted one (cotton yarn) to more than 60 degrees centigrade hotly the measures reduce something!
 
The above described working methods for stitch assault, chain stitches, single crochets, half double crochets, double crochets, treble crochet, slip stitches ... are more generally crocheting-standard and can be therefore also for other crochet works.
 
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This page is a translation from German to English. I know, I have made many translations errors. Sorry, sorry, sorry ........ But nobody is in all things perfect...
 
 
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