Master class on knitting of children's hats"Bear cub" Every mom wants her baby looked very cute and attractive while walking on the street. In this master class we offer you lessons on knitting the original bear's cap. You will have the opportunity to make sure that it is quite simple to do, but there will not be any pleasure and affection for the chapel. The very cap you will crochet, and then, using various elements of decor and applications, you can turn it into a "hare", a hat of a frog or a mouse. In such a cap your child will be amusing andvery pretty. To create such a cap "bear cub" is very simple. For beginners, knitting such a product will be a good opportunity to "fill your hand", because complex patterns in this binding are not provided. Careful adherence to the instructions will ensure that you quickly manufacture this product. So, let's get started. To knit this cap we need the following materials: 100 grams of 100% acrylic yarn (the most optimal is a light shade, but you can choose a thread of another color that you will like); hook number six; Needle with a large hole to sew the parts of the product; strings of bright shades. Determine the size: Breast children - from birth to three months: the circumference of their heads at this time is up to thirty-five centimeters. The child is from three to six months: the circumference of the head is thirty-five to forty-two centimeters. A child from six months to one year: the circumference of the head from forty to forty-seven and a half centimeters. If you want to tie such a cap to an older child, then you will need to do even more rows. Density of knitting: two crochet hooks per two bars equals two and a half centimeters square. Please note: 1. The creation of such a model of children's cap will require constant knitting in a circle. You have the opportunity to use yarn threads of different colors to mark the beginning of each new series. To complete each row, we will be the beginning of the next series, raising the loops by means of tying CIH. 2. We offer the base of the cap (universal for all sizes, if desired - make a bear's face). We will knit this original cap withupper part to its bottom. 1 row. Create a ring of five EPs so that it can be adjusted. 2 row. We make two loops b / nakida, tie them round in each column (total - ten loops). 3 row. Make a loop b / nakida in one column, then two loops b / nakida in the second column (thus, repeating, we knit in a circle). The result is fifteen loops. 4 row. We knit one loop b / nakida in the next two columns, then two loops of b / nakida are sewed into each of the next two columns. So, repeat this combination until the end of the series. (In total, twenty loops are obtained). 5 row. Make one loop b / nakida through the initial three bars, then two loops b / nakida tying in the fourth column. So do until the end of the series. In total, twenty five loops are obtained. Further, everything will depend on the volume of your headchild. For head size up to three months: 6 - 12 rows. We make the 1st loop b / nakida, tying them in each column (total - twenty-five loops). Complete. For the size of the head, characteristic for children from three months to six months. 6 row. We knit one loop b / nakida in the next four columns, then two loops b / nakida tying in the fifth column. We repeat. The result is thirty loops. 7 - 15 rows. We make 1 loop b / nakida, tying them in each column. We finish the work. For a child from six months to one year we knit so: 7 row. We make 1 stitch b / nakida in the initial five columns, then we sew two loops b / nakida in the sixth column. We do until the completion of the series. The result is thirty-five loops. 8 - 19 rows. Associate one loop b / nakida through each early made column. The result is thirty-five loops. To finish work. You can also link a similar cap to the older child. To do this, you need to add more rows. 3. We knit the ears for the "bear cub" cap. First row. We knit one EP, then ten loops b / nakida, one VP, we make a turn (eleven loops). Second row. Make 1 loop through each column nine times, repeat (ten loops). Third row. We make 1 loop eight times through each column, turn (nine loops). The fourth row. We impose 1 loop seven times through each column, make a turn (eight loops). Fifth row. Create six times 1 loop per column, rotate (seven loops). The sixth row. Make five times one loop in each column, then a turn (six loops). The seventh row. We knit four times one loop in each column, then a turn (five loops). The eighth row. Make three loops b / nakida and complete. By the same scheme, you knit the second tab of the bear cub. Then take a needle and do a naming on the edge of the ears. We pull the ears and attach them to our cap. Make two chains from the VI - to create strings. On the edges of the zavyazochek you can attach the bubbles. Ties we sew to the edge of our cap. All! Our beautiful cap "bear cub" is ready!