Original plaid Bavarian viscous

Have you heard of the Bavarian mating? I also learned about it recently. It turns out that with this simple knitting technique you can create very beautiful things. I propose today to link an interesting geometric rectangular blanket.

This method of knitting is very interesting and not at all tedious, which allows you to knit large canvases with pleasure. Bavarian knitting makes it possible from simple circles to make beautiful squares with three-dimensional edges.

To work you will need:

• Colored yarn of the same value.
• Hook the desired number.
• Scissors.

We start with a long chain of air loops, recruit forty pieces. Next, in the last loop we knit eight crochets.
After knitting a simple column in the fourth with the edge of the loop in the chain. Next, knit to the end of the chain the same semicircles.
We make exactly the same semicircles from the opposite side, so that we can make circles.
Here is the first row.
We visually divide the circles into four parts, each of which produces four columns. We tie a thread of a different color and in one of the four gaps we knit lifting three air loops and four double crochets, without finishing them until the end has five loops on the hook.

Then we tie these loops to one, knit three air descent loops and tie them to a circle with a semi-column - we make such petals from the sides. Between the circles we knit not four unfinished double crochets, but seven and also connect them with one loop.
So tie all the circles.
Now, on the extreme petals in the central loop, we knit twelve crochets with each other. On the remaining petals knit eight columns.

So knit to the end of the series.
All the following rows knit new yarn color, the method and number of loops remains the same.
It turns out such a beautiful and voluminous rectangular blanket.

Here, what masterpieces can be created with the help of seemingly ordinary things.