When working with motives, there are two variants of the assembly: to connect the motifs immediately in the process of knitting in the last row. Or first, connect all the motifs, and then combine them into a single canvas. The first option is suitable in the event that you are well aware of the finished product and the location of the motifs in it. The second option allows you to change the pattern and layout in the process. This is especially convenient if you have multicolored motifs and you need to choose their optimal color combination. But especially it's good that the number of "tails" is reduced to just two - at the beginning and at the end of the strap, so the canvas will better hold and look neater. Suitable for both flat and circular products.
- Tie the motives, arrange them on a pattern, and you need to leave a small allowance for the width of the row of straps between the motives.
- Assembly begins with the bottom row. Take the bottom left bottom motif. We tie it from three sides. Important! The left side of all the extreme motifs on the left remains unbonded and tied at the very end of the knitting, when all the cloth is already assembled.
- We take the following motive. We begin to tie it with columns with a crochet, simultaneously connecting it with the first motive.
What would the edge be thin and neat enoughconnect the motifs only over the top shackle (as in the photo). In order to keep the motives stronger and less stretched under a lot of weight, for example in a coat, it is worthwhile to tie both upper arms.
- Having reached the end of the first bound side, we make an air loop and conduct it into the corner loops of the previous motive to form an angle.
- We bind three more sides of the second motive (totalthe hexagonal motif in the first row has four strapped sides) and we attach a new motif. For all motifs up to the end of the row, the two upper sides remain unbound.
- We reach the end of the series, we tie the right side of the canvas and now we tie the upper row at once for all the motives, moving from the right side of the canvas to the left.
In this case, I knitted a waistcoat with even shelves and from the edge I have half the motifs. Just kidding half the motives)
- We take the first motif of the second row.
We tie it from two sides, simultaneously connecting it with the first row.
- We continue to add new motives, acting according to the above scheme.
When you collect all the motifs in a single canvas, thenyou will not have left his side tied to it, which you are tying in the last row. For circular products (skirts, dresses), you must simultaneously connect the left and right side of things. Scheme of motive African flower Well and a photo of an end result. All works of the master can be viewed at the Fair