Wavy pattern with knitting needles: learn quickly and easily In this article we will tell you about the features of knitting wavy patterns. At once I would like to note that you can create effective clothes with this pattern. That's why many designers have been using for decades in their collections products associated with wavy patterns. Very original and elegantly looks such a pattern, if you use for its mating yarn sectional dyeing. Then you can strengthen the "waves" in the drawing by focusing on the colored bright yarn. One such wavy drawing is considered by allfavorite "peacock tail". It is quite often seen not only as the main picture, but also as an impressive insertion in any product. Among other things, the structure of "waves" is very well suited for creating the edge of a thing. Also, the tremendous effect is produced by organica combination of a wavy pattern with other kinds of eddies. The peculiarities of knitting such a pattern: To add loops in a row, you need to create 1 face and one cloak: repeat this combination six times (as a result of six loops there will be twelve). The addition of loops alternates with their discounts. To do this, we sew the 2nd facial along with the bias in the left side. You need to do this three times (in total, six out of twelve loops). It is this series that forms a wave-like pattern. Schemes quite often offer a certain inaccuracy in the process of its mating: where there is a need to reduce the loops, a conventional icon is placed, indicating the need to tie two loops together. But in fact, the slope of these loops will be different: three loops with a slope to the left, the other three loops - a slope to the right. Creating this pattern, like any openwork pattern,be sure to ensure that the number of nakidov in a row corresponds to the number of two loops, which are tied together. Also remember that it is necessary to start the binding of such a pattern with 3 loops adding or decreasing, but not with six. Otherwise, the binding of your canvas will turn out to be diagonal, as if at the beginning of all the rows you added one loop, and, finishing the row, the reduction was carried out. Using the "peacock tail" pattern, you canto connect a lot of different wavy drawings, if you make small adjustments to it. So, for example, try to make the number of rows in the rapport a bit larger, or "dilute" the waveforming rows or any other rows with the back loops. Partial application of the pattern is possible. Now let's take a closer look at the specificity of the mating of one of the types of wavy openwork pattern. From the previous pattern, this will differ only in that in the loops between the loops you need to create a cap, and to ensure a constant number of loops in a row, you will need to tie together not 2 but 3 loops. If you consider that the pattern contains strips ofthe first rows should be created with the help of garter stitching: from the first to the sixth rows all the eyelets (in the back rows also we sew the facial loops), starting to make the canvas from the "wave" itself. Given the content of the scheme, the binding in this case should begin with the fifth row. Then the seventh row: facial loops. The eighth row should be tied with the wrong loops. After that, we make, following the scheme, the thirteenth row: we hold the cape, we knit one facial, we repeat this sequence three times. Then we alternate the nakid, three together knitted loops - six times, and the combination of the nakida with the obverse loop also needs to be repeated six times. We finish the series three times knitted by a combination of a cap and a face loop. In the purl strings, you should create the purl loops. The fifteenth and sixteenth series of the circuit are repeatedby analogy with the two previous rows. After that, we pass to the plait and we sew six rows with it. In each row (in the purlins too) we knit exclusively the facial loops: according to the scheme, this is the seventeenth - twenty-second row. Further, following the scheme, we repeat everything from the first row. For those who are ready to go to experiments, we advisein the pattern "peacock's tail" knit alternately the areas in the addition and decrease of loops in a checkerboard pattern. At the exit you will have a completely different pattern and at the same time very unusual. This pattern can also be modified, working on the creation of new spectacular openwork patterns. And here are some more schemes of knitting wavy patterns: The direction of using the peacock tail patternwill entirely depend on you. Try to work in the horizontal direction of knitting or with changing directions, and you will see what an interesting fresh look the model will have. Using the technique of oblique knitting or modification of the most delicate undulating pattern also contributes to the creation of new exclusive ornaments.