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When I say knitting and crocheting, the water stops flowing. We love wool, skewers, crochets. It’s hand-woven into our genes, it’s in our culture. When you say handcrafted, we see knitting automatically. You may know very little knitting; then you start by knitting scarves. You may have mastered knitting with skewers and/or crochet; then you are looking for new models and examples.
I wanted to share with you today a knitting technique known as Waffle blanket, wafer blanket or box box blanket model.
It’s a very simple and enjoyable model to weave. We use a medium-thickness or even slightly thicker wool rope and equivalent crochet. I didn’t specify the number of loops, especially in case you set the size. After we throw our nooses, we often needle all of our first rows. We make a turn with a chain and we weave our second row of needles often. In the last loop of the second row, we pull three chains and turn.
This is where we start the model.
Let’s count as a banister that we return with three chains
We’ll wrap the rope around our crochet and make another banister by removing it three times to the hole next to it
There were two Banister
Let’s wrap our rope around the third hole and cross our crochet from inside the belly of the next hole (not the stinging process). All our rows go as two handrails and one handrail from the hub and we continue as a frequent needle in the back row all our rows.
How to make a fish back mesh model In fact, some of you may know it as a zigzag braid, the fish Ridge model.
5-6 number of skewers and thick wool strings for knitting usually scarves, Berets, cardigans, such as blankets are made models. You’ll see all the details in the video.
After the loop is thrown, we weave the first row with a complete flat weave. We don’t make tires on this model. We’re going straight to the sample. After the first row of flat knitting, we move to the back. We’re starting to build a back-face model.
Since we’re in the back, we take the whole line from the front. Our model takes two loops from the front part and takes one (like cutting) out of the loop. We take one out of the skewer and weave it so that the other noose stays in our left skewer . You will find it difficult to read a model, but in the video you will see how easy it is.
Good luck already…
First we start with the side side, 12 by pulling the chain then taking on the 2 chain jump and the third chain is sinking Banister.
We’re banishing all the chains. When it comes to the end of the line, we turn our rope and pull two chains and make the first hole 2 banister to the end of the line continue with Banister.
End of the queue 2 by making one Trabzon arturtırıyoruz, at the end of the queue again by making Trabzon continue. We turn the rope and pull 2 Chains and do the same process. We continue this process in 6 rows. Thus, we give the side of the bag a triangular appearance by increasing it first and then.
Then we go 3 rows straight without increasing 3 rows.
At first and then we proceed 3 rows by reducing.
After that, you can knit more comfortably by watching the video.
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