Each craftsman always wants to create somethingreally exclusive. And if you think that you perfectly knit, there will always be some questions or points that need clarification. Now the attention of all needlewomen is offered a large selection of all kinds of patterns, this applies to the pattern-braid, which will be discussed. The braids and plaits should be knit with the use of inclined loops - this is the replacement of a certain group of loops with the help of an additional third knitting needle and the subsequent knitting. With the help of such manipulations, all kinds of beautiful interlacing are always formed. Patterns based on filmed and crossed loops are very diverse and beautiful. Various harnesses and braids are used for knitting sweaters, scarves, hats and everything that your imagination is capable of. Even such intertwining is called Aran knitting, it is possible easier - arans. In order to learn how to knit a braid with your own hands, it is easy enough to understand the principle of crossing and tying loops. As soon as you master it, you will be able to knit braids of varying degrees of difficulty independently both in the scheme and without it. The mastering of knitting is necessary to begin with studying the performance of a crossing or the simplest braid. It is performed on an even number of loops. This is done for the purpose that in the future they can be divided into two equal parts, in order to fulfill the very crossing. When doing the simplest braid, you also need to use an auxiliary spoke, it should be open on both sides. We will carry crossed loops to it. Depending on where the auxiliary spoke is located - for or before work - the incline of the crossing to the left or to the right changes. Let's try to learn how to simply cross to the right. To do this, you need to tie several rows of ordinary smooth. On its obverse side we will make a cross. At your chosen altitude, move the first three loops to the auxiliary spoke behind your work. Spray the following three eyelets, thenproceed to the loops that are on the auxiliary spoke, they must also be tied with the front. Depending on how it will be more convenient for you, the loops can be tied immediately from the auxiliary knitting needle or transferred from the beginning to the left knitting needle. Next, knit loops according to the already existing pattern beforethe height of the next crossing. Note that in the classical spit, the number of rows between two adjacent crossings should correspond to the number of loops that form your braid. To our slope to the left, reseat the firstthree loops from the left knitting needles to the auxiliary knitting needle. She must be in front of work. Do this at a height that is designed to cross. Spray the next three eyelets,then take for work the loops that are on the auxiliary spoke, and also tie the front. As well as in the previous time, you can resample them on the left knitting needle or immediately knit with the auxiliary knitting needle. Then again, tie all the loops along the existing pattern of your canvas until the next crossing. And then everything from the beginning, as described above. That's the simple way we getclassical crossing into species of a braid. Another important point when knitting braids are knitting needles. For braid knitting use, usually, not very long (about 15 cm), the shape should be curved. This is to ensure that the loops you have bound do not slip, and the auxiliary spoke does not interfere during the execution of the main pattern.