Detailed photo and video lesson of weaving dogs from rubber bands

Detailed photo and video lesson of weaving dogs from rubber bands

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Those of you who are very fond of pets,Necessarily like the idea of ​​weaving dogs from colored rubber bands. This lesson will be devoted to how to weave a dog out of rubber bands. To do this, you can offer a variety of techniques, but the most common is to weave the dog from the rubber bands on the machine.






Handle decoration


Here are some cute little dogs that will work for you, if you show a little patience and perseverance.
To learn the basics of such needlework, we suggestYou first get acquainted with some step-by-step photos that demonstrate the basics of the formation of a dog made of rubber bands. You must understand the very essence of such a weaving, and then weave not only the dog, but any other figure will be easy for you. When there comes an understanding of the process of weaving, then everyone who wishes can independently come up with both the technique of work and the necessary scheme.
To weave a dog out of rubber bands,A set of colored silicone irises, a hook and a special machine. It has the appearance of a plastic platform on which pegs with notches are embedded. This device is prefabricated and monolithic, depending on the model that you acquire. It is worthy to weave a dog figure out of rubber bands to adapt in the role of a keychain or toy, which is put on the handle for decoration, as seen in the photo. Choose the color that we would like to see in the dog, and prepare the appropriate gum. You will also need separate dark details to form the peephole and mouth of a dog made of rubber. We place the machine in such a position that its emptiness looked at you, and the central pegs were slightly higher than the extreme ones. After that, we begin the necessary set of operations to weave a charming dog out of rubber bands. We begin the needlework with the weaving of the head of the figurine. Stretch the elastic bands in the upper zone, where the head of the dog should be located.

As a result of weaving, a polyhedron is obtained,Which you see in the photo. Elastic bands are strung in pairs. In the next photo you see new figures, triangles, located horizontally. These are the first fixing operations in order to connect the whole wicker together, and not let it fall apart. The next step will be to form the eyes of the dog, using for this purpose irises of a black shade. If you have beads or a large black beads, then it also perfectly suits the role of an eye. In the photo there are both options, when the eyes are made of rubber bands and beads.

In any case, the eyes are transferred to the posts,In the intervals between them, as in this photo. Ears for a dog must be made separately, using for this purpose several pairs of beige gum where black parts are woven at the ends. We weave the ears, and then carefully transfer them and attach them to the head in the right place. The next step is to move down the machine, starting and continuing to form the body of the figure. First we throw in elastic bands for the neck, then we make shoulders, pulling pairs of irises at an angle.

We begin the weaving of the dog's tail with windingBlack iris, and continue with elastic beige hues. At this stage it is necessary to weave the feet, the lower and upper. They are carried out exactly the same way as the ears, on the hook, and only then they are connected to the main workpiece on the machine. In addition, neatly intertwined and tail. To strengthen the needlework, the whole figure is fixed with triangles of rubber bands, and at the end it is crocheted. This tying is to carefully and with effort transfer all the lower elastic bands to the outgoing bars. The main thing at the same time do not overdo it with the pull of the rubber bands so that they do not tear. At the top of the dog's head, a loop is made, which is tightened into a knot. At the end of the work, the finished product must be carefully removed, helping yourself with a hook and fingers.


Haskey's weaving on the machine by video lesson


And now for fixing the material to youThe next video is a master class. In it, all actions are clearly visible and the technique that is used to form a dog made of rubber bands is clear. The Husky breed dog has black and white colors. Therefore, in order to weave an imitation of the rock, we will use just such shades. Need for needlework sixty black, forty white and two blue rubber. It is also noted here that the open parts of the columns should be rotated to themselves, and the middle row is located just above the extreme ones. In the same way as in step-by-step photos, weaving the dog from the rubber bands begins with the formation of the head. Using a pair of black rubber bands, the polygon is executed, as shown in the video. It is filled in with white details that will become Husky's white face. Below the polygon, we pull a pair of irises for the neck, and we pass to the shoulders. Gradually we move lower, weaving the dog's trunk.
For the body, we made a second polygon,Which is somewhat larger in size than the first. Then this polygon is filled with elements inside, and the triangles are filled with tension. At this stage we need to weave paws. They are performed on a hook, and consist of two shades, dark and light. Finished paws are put on the columns of the body, bounding it at the top and bottom, left and right. The peculiarity of the legs is that each lower foot is put on two pegs vertically. Then make a small tail and a spout for our puppy Husky. Ready to put the tail on the bottom of the polygon below. For the nozzle, we twist one dark detail into four, put it on the hook, and then transfer it to the peg that is inside the upper polygon. The nose is transferred by means of auxiliary white iris, on which it is stretched.

For the eyes it is necessary to take two blue irises, to put onThem on white details, and pull in the right place. It remains to weave the ears, which are formed from two shades, and join the head on the extreme upper posts, left and right. At this stage, the most important fastening weave is performed, when all the lower irises are hooked, pulled off with force, and transferred to the nearby peg to which they belong. This means that this iris came here from this or that column, and we must transfer it to it again. In this way, we seem to perform a lock that does not allow the figure to be unraveled. It remains to remove all the loops, and the dog Husky is ready.
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