The connection of hexagonal motifs

The connection of hexagonal motifs

Connection of hexagonal motifs ConnectionHexagonal motifs will be necessary for you as to connect the ones we have considered, and any others. The principle of connection is very similar to those considered, but it is more airy and therefore the connection looks a little different.

The combination of motifs on the edges

We will look at the join along the edges of the hexagon. Knitting air loops, we will make the connection and continue knitting a row. Thus, you will not need to combine already finished motifs, and the connection will occur during knitting. 1. We hold the first motive in our hands, we will call it MOTIV1. In my example, half, but the whole motifs will be connected in the same way. To connect it is necessary to stay on one column with two naquids knitted into the arch from one air loop. After that, we knit 1 air loop 2. Remove the loop from the hook. Take the second motive. Let's call him MOTIV 2 3. On the motif №2 we find the same section (between two columns with two naquids), and we insert a hook into it. Dressing loop back on the hook 4. We pass the working loop of motive 1 through the arch of motive 2 5. Making an air loop 6. We knit a column with two nakida in accordance with the pattern of the motive under the arch from one air loop of the previous row 7. Air loop 8. Remove the work loop from the hook, thread the hook through tune number 2 (the next empty arch), put the work loop on the hook 9. Pull the working loop through the arch of the motive №2 and knit the air loop 10. We knit a group of three columns with two naquids. Air loop 11. Again we remove the working thread from the hook, pass the hook through the next empty arch of the motive №2, put the working loop on the hook, stretch it through the arch of the second motive 12. We knit an air loop and a column with two naquids in accordance with the motif pattern. At the same time, the combination of two motives among themselves is completed. After that we finish knitting a row and remove the thread One facet of the motive consists of three groups of elements.divided by 2 air loops: 2 columns with two naquids divided by 2 air loops into the arch, three columns with two naquids into the next arch and 2 columns with two naquids separated by 2 air loops into the next arch. If you connect a motif that is in contact withother motifs with more than one facet, we respectively add the required number of times. You can also make the connection of ready-made squares, which is discussed here in this lesson: ?


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