Knitting of a women's openwork beret with knitting needles with a pattern of "braids". Detailed diagram with photo and description for beginners
Autumn time is beautiful, many writers have foundit has its inspiration: the ocher colors of the falling trees, the clear blue of the sky and the bright rays of the cooling sun. Of course, it's a little sad that the summer season has passed ... But all is not hopeless. It is in rainy weather, standing at the open window with a cup of hot tea, so easily dreams: "It would be now, for example, in Paris!". And actually why not? Let's bring into our lives the share of Frenchcharm - we suggest that you tie a tender Basque beret for a self-valued woman. A cap with openwork braids not only warms you in the cool evenings, but also provides you with inspiration in the autumn period. For the product, we need to:
- 100-150 grams of yarn (the size of the finished product S / M-M / L)
- stocking and circular needles №5;
- for rubber bands - circular knitting needles 3,6
The density of knitting our beret will be 17p.x22 r. persons. smooth - 10x10; openwork "scythe" - 26 p. - 10 cm. Please note that the picks are knitted in a circle from the bottom up. Let's start creating our headdress. For this, on circular knitting needles No. 3.6, we collect 84-96 loops. We impose 10 circles with an elastic band 3x3, starting with 3 purlins. After we have prepared our elastic band, we knit the next row in this way: 3 purlins, 1 facial, 1 capitulum, 1 facial, 1 capitulum, 2 facial, 1 purl, 2 facial, 1 capitulum, 1 facial, 1 capitulum, 1 facial . We continue to knit on this scheme, until in the end we get 112-128 loops. Next we continue knitting with knitting needles №5. We start with 3 purl loops and continue, according to the scheme given below, by tying the cuff of the previous row of the facial behind the back wall. The scheme is repeated from beginning to end, and we get about 7-8 rapports. When the number of loops is insufficient for circular knitting needles, let's move on to the stocking. At the completion of the vertical rapport on your spokes should remain 42-48 loops. In the next round, we cut the number of loops, tying all 3 purl together. We knit by purl and get 28-32 loops. Next, we sew 2 loops together face up to the end - we have 14-16 loops. To assemble our product, it is necessary to cut the thread and, having stretched it through the remaining loops twice, tighten and fasten with a pair of stitches. And now, our beautiful beret is ready. There is only a small detail left: buy a pair of crispy croissants and make yourself a hot chocolate. Closing your eyes, you can imagine that you are already in Paris. Dream, and dreams, of course, come true.