Craft For The World bringing another wonderful pattern to you, in this post you will learn another pattern from our amazing crochet Squared Diamond Granny, Ready?? A pattern with a very fun and 3D effect that can be done simply and quickly, all we want is not it?! You’re the kind of person who when something starts can’t wait to end it, pretty much sure many of them are. You start the work wanting to finish and see the work you did with your own hands, it feels very good, because you are happy and proud! Today’s pattern is about amazing work that has a 3D effect that doesn’t give a fantastic result and is called “Squared Diamond Granny”.
This pattern is the starting level, if you know how to make the pattern point, you will be able to do this work calmly without difficulty. Did you know that the word Crochet has this name because part of it has the meaning of hook that is Croc, so the word crochet was made through that French word that is “croc”. This handmade crochet technique has been well known in many countries since antiquity.
But before, I didn’t have as much material as there is today, but I used what I could instead of the needle to do the job. Today we have many things at our disposal with different types and lengths, as well as the threads, we have different colors and expirations, we have more details in the thread or even several colors in a ball, being the gradient of the thread. It is always good to train the main points, always, to achieve excellence in our points and thus be able to do so without difficulty after work. Practice always makes us perfect, if you didn’t get any work, don’t give up, practice the main point and try again. It’s all a matter of time and practice, remember that. This technique can be used to make a quilt, a sofa blanket, or an armchair, to make a square for something like a pillow. Using this pattern, we can do and use as we please. We always have this advantage that we can make a quilt the size you want and change it as you wish at the time of manufacture. This pattern looks like a square within another, forming this very modern pattern. To make you can use as many colors as you want, you can make combinations that will look very beautiful!
3D is an effect produced in the brain, known as stereoscopy. In it, the brain merges into a single image two identical images, with a slight difference in position, each captured by an eye. It is the same as stereo sound, which is transmitted in different channels, each picked up by one ear. Then the sounds are merged together as one, giving greater clarity. The fusion of the two images enhances the sensations of depth and distance, which makes the image “jump” off the screen. But to watch 3D TV, it is not always enough just to look at the screen, you need to be armed with a special pair of glasses of your own. The first 3D glasses were made of paper, with acetate lenses or even a sturdier type of cellophane paper, blue and red. Modern 3D glasses resemble sunglasses.
Owning a 3D TV is no guarantee of compatible programming. For the time being, there is no fixed 3D TV programming, only occasional test programs. To watch three-dimensional programming, you need a Blu-Ray player that plays Blu-Ray 3D discs. Today, these are already available at more affordable prices. However, remember that you will still need to buy the 3D Blu-Ray Player, which means an extra cost. Also check if your TV comes with the glasses. Buying them separately can be a bit expensive, especially with a large family. A good choice is the LG Cinema 3D line. It already comes with 4 glasses included. In addition, the glasses do not require battery and are much lighter, ensuring greater comfort during long displays. Below is another photo of this pattern ready with other colors to give a little more inspiration. Below is the pattern, good luck!