Pattern with elongated loops on the diagonal starting to knit with the main chain, where you knit the edging row of columns without nakida hook or from a column with nakida. The number of columns with nakida start knitting as follows: make a yo, enter the hook into the third loop of the chain, catch the working thread, stretch loop, and knit into the loops with the hook in two steps, two together for the reception. Then knit the column with nakida in each air loop main chain.
The number of the column without nakida crochet start knitting with the second air loop main chain, at each loop, picking up the working thread and the loop, then provyazat both loops off the hook in one go.
To turn work from right to left, to associate regional chain of two loops, then tie on the second, third and fourth columns of the previous row's column with stitches, inserting the hook under the loop over each column. After the first group of three columns with nakida, enter the hook from the front side under the loop, which is associated first column group to pick up the working thread and pull the loop so that it freely girded this group of three columns with nakida, again to pick up the working thread, and knit into both stitches off the hook in one go. To link the next group of three columns with nakida, enter the hook into the base of the first column, pick up the working thread and pull a loop freely apoasa it all again to pick up the working thread, and knit into both stitches off the hook in one go. Knit to the end row of the pattern with elongated loops.
Turn the knitting and linking one of the regional air loop, tie a number of consecutive columns without nakida hook above each column with nakida previous row, skipping the loop formed by the elongated loop.
The third row is knit as first, columns with nakida, intercepting diagonally each group of three columns of elongated loop.
Fourth row knit columns without nakida, whose number must match the number of columns with nakida previous row. Each column without nakida knit under the loop above the appropriate column with nakida previous row, skipping the loop obtained by promazyvanii elongated in the diagonal loop. Knit, alternating these two rows. All the even numbered rows and all odd rows are knitted the same.
Pattern with elongated loops can be knit as a flat rows and in a circle, but the slope of the diagonals will be different front and back sides of the product. So when knitting a jacket a shelf I knit the front side and the other on the reverse side of the product. This pattern is knit garments of different types of threads of any thickness.