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Crochet motifs (Irish motifs).

The technique of creation of a crochet cloth from separate motifs sometimes is named the Irish crochet. It is a special kind of crocheting when the crocheted fabric is gathered from separately worked elements of the geometrical form, as a rule: it can be triangles, squares, circles, circle parts, polygons.

As a rule, elements are crocheted from the middle and they necessarily should have the flat form.

Separate motifs of the Irish lace are often used as laid-on ornaments or as an application on a fabric or knitted wear. They are combined with cords, beads, embroidery very well.

 

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