Today's lesson we will devote to studyingsuch a pattern as "Horizontal pigtails". Those who know how to knit with their knuckles will immediately think about braids that go across the knitting, but no, it's completely wrong! Traditional braids we will consider, but not this time! The braids that we will make will be horizontal and accordingly going along the course of knitting. And I promised to show you the second version of the eraser. This is exactly it! So, the principle of doing braids is similar to the performance of "". The difference lies in the fact that the posts are not tied in between the posts, but in the loops of the posts themselves. Let's start a detailed review! Face 1. I start here with such a canvas. It is made with relief columns in order to see the comparison of the columns. Air loop for lifting 2. Insert the hook into the first nearest loop 3. And now we hook the hook into the next loop in the direction from the wrong side to the front 4. We work the thread 5. Pull the working thread through the loops of the previous row, the hook produces two loops 6. We extend the working thread through the hinges on the hook 7. After doing so a whole series on the front side, you get this pattern 8. But on the wrong side there will be such a pigtail Wrong side 1. We have a party to us,because any thing has a face and a wrong side. When knitting we take into account which side we have and in accordance with this we knit the ranks. When we rotate accordingly, we do not change the name of the side. The air loop of lifting, turn knitting, we hook the hook from the front side (further from us at the moment) to the nearest loop 2. And now we hook the hook into the next loop in the direction from the wrong side to the face side 3. We hook up the work thread 4. We extend the working thread through the loops of the previous row 5. We stretch the working thread through two loops on the hook 6. By plotting the series until the end, this is the reverse side 7. After two more rows, this pattern turns out to be pigtails. I have a tight design, you can do it more airily. In this case, the pigtails will be more pronounced, and the gaps between them will be smaller This pattern has a very high density, as ifin two layers. It also stretches well, I often use it as a rubber band. For example, in this beret I used this type of rubber Thank you for attention! We are good fellows! See you at the new lesson!