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Luxurious blanket "Peacock feather": Eastern richness of colors in one motif

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The plaid is crocheted from individual motifs, and then they are sewn onto the finished canvas of the plaid.

Here are some variations of motifs resembling peacock feathers.

We will choose such a motive and pick the necessary threads by color.

Begin knitting:

Recruit a chain of 5 VP. We tie a chained SN in a ring, then tie once 2/3 of a circle of SBN, and 1/3 CN. Change the thread. 1/2 to tie the sc, right and left, two SSN and four CC2N. The outer contour is again tied with the next color ScN, in the arch between CC2N knit SBN, CCH, two CC2H, CCH, SCN.

The motif “peacock feather”, connected from 4 colors:

This is how a plaid looks, collected from individual motifs.

In this plaid motifs sewn on a knitted base.

Notice how the motifs overlap when assembling: the bottom edge of each next row covers the top edge of the previous one.

Another variant of the peacock tail plaid, crocheted from individual rhombus motifs.

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