A flexible crochet pattern with large holes is called a net or hole pattern. This is ideal for loose-fitting jackets or scarves. In this manual we show you how to crochet the hole pattern with pictures.

As a beginner, you quickly struggle with difficult and overly demanding crochet patterns – this is not the case here. The hole pattern, which is perfect for beginners, does not demand too much from one person. All you need to know is how to crochet air stitches, tight stitches and whole chopsticks. We have linked the respective instructions.

required number of meshes: divisible by 7 + 3 (e.g.: … 17, 24, 31, …)
very flexible due to the large holes
the hole pattern consists of five rows, four of which are always repeated
crochet instructions – hole pattern
inception

Start with an air chain. Crochet 31 air meshes. Then follow one more air mesh as spiral air mesh.

Then crochet two rows of firm stitches as a basis.

1st row

Crochet three spiral air meshes to replace the first chopstick. Then crochet three chopsticks into the next three firm stitches of the first row. Then follow 4 air stitches. With these you skip three firm stitches of the first row. Then crochet 4 whole chopsticks into the coming stitches of the prerow.

Repeat crocheting the four air stitches, skipping three stitches and crocheting the four chopsticks to the end of the row. The first row now has four holes.

2nd row

Start again with three spiral air meshes.

Then crochet 8 sticks in each of the air mesh sheets of the pre row. No other meshes are crocheted between these sticks.

At the end, crochet a whole piece between the three air stitches and the pre row piece.

3rd row

Start with three spiral air stitches and then crochet another three air stitches – a total of 6 air stitches.

Then crochet 4 sticks into the middle four stitches of the front row. Now crochet four air stitches. Again crochet four chopsticks on the middle stitches of the front row.

Repeat the change of air stitches and chopsticks until the end of the row.
At the end, the row ends with three air stitches and one end piece.

4th row

Crochet 3 spiral air meshes. Then crochet 5 sticks in the air mesh arch of the front row. Fill the next bow with 8 sticks.

Crochet eight chopsticks in all the coming air mesh arches of the prerow.

Fill the last bow with 5 sticks. Crochet one last piece onto the spiral air meshes of the pre row.

5th row

Start again with three spiral air meshes.

Then crochet 3 sticks. Then crochet four air stitches. Then crochet four sticks onto the middle stitches of the bow.

Repeat crocheting the four air stitches and the four chopsticks to the end.

Crochet the four last sticks on the last stitches of the first row, not on the middle ones. This means that you crochet the last piece on the three spiral air stitches of the first row.

Repetition of the pattern

Repeat the rows 2 to 5 for the hole pattern over and over again. Done!

Tip: If you want a round edge, finish the crochet piece after the fourth row of the pattern.

And was that difficult? I don’t think so – now you can crochet a hole pattern. Here are more simple crochet instructions for you: Crochet instructions for beginners

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