Knitting of women's openwork stoles with knitting needles with a description and photo for free

Knitting of women's openwork stoles with knitting needles with a description and photo for free

Openwork stoles with knitting needles: knit with their own hands Such a product as a tippet can be a good addition to any style. Regardless of whether you are going in a strict business suit or wearing an elegant evening dress - a palatine, matched with taste, harmoniously complements your image. In this article we will tell you about knitting with knitting needles of original fishnet stoles. The first of the proposed models - a tippet with an openwork pattern of leaves. This is a classic pattern, the scheme of which was published back in 1891. We knit the original female stoles according to the scheme. Photo №1 Determine the size of the stole: the length of the product is 1 meter 98 centimeters, the width of the article is 0.46 meters (after the lock is carried out). For the manufacture of this product, you will need: eight skeins of natural cotton of the brand "Pakucho Organic Cotton"; spokes number 5.5; hook number 5,5; additional thread. Determine the density of binding: 1 rapport is 17 centimeters wide and 6.5 centimeters in height using the spokes number 5,5. Description of the mating of the product. We carry out a preliminary set of loops. With the help of a hook and an additional thread, dial a chain of sixty-four air loops. Thread the thread through the final loop. The main thread is lifting on a chain to working knitting needles of sixty loops. Next, we leave the cuts from the main thread length of nine centimeters (to then close the finishing edge of the pico). We impose six rows only with the eyelets. We knit the original female stoles according to the scheme. Photo # 2 Then we continue the binding using an openwork pattern withleaflets, focusing on the scheme. It is necessary to repeat ten rows of this pattern twenty-seven times, complete in the tenth row. Then we'll tie another six rows, using only the facial loops. Close the pico buttons next row (front side, repeating part of the pattern): insert the right knitting needle into the 1st loop on the left knitting needle and stretch the loop (you do not need to remove the original loop from the left knitting needle). That loop, which as a result turned out, it is necessary to return from the right knitting needle to the left, then draw the right knitting needle through the new loop, stretch out one more loop and make its transfer to the spoke on the left. After that, we close 2 new eyelets, return the eyelet to the left from the right knitting needle. We knit the original female stoles according to the scheme. Picture №3 Then you need to tie in two new loops andclose at the same time four loops until each loop of the row is closed, after which you can remove the additional thread from the very first row. We transfer the loops to knitting needles and close the 2nd edge in the same way. The final stage. Gently hide all the threads. Place the tippet for twenty minutes in a slightly warm water, then squeeze a little and wrap it in a cloth or towel so that the moisture quickly leaves the product. Then, without stretching, lay the product on a dry cloth and allow it to dry out. The second model of openwork stoles with knitting needles. We knit the original female stoles according to the scheme. Photo №4 To create it, you will need: Two hundred grams of yarn brand "Fey" (gray); knitting needles number seven. Create an openwork pattern A: the number of loops multiples of eight plus two edges. We carry out the mating according to the scheme No. 1, on which only the front rows are displayed, in the purlins of the loops and the napkin we sew with the backs. To start the creation of the product, you need to use one edge loop and a loop before the rapport, then create the repeater loops, end with the eyelets after the rapport and one edge. We repeat the pattern from the first to the sixteenth series. Create an openwork pattern B: the number of bells multiples of nine plus eight plus two edges. We make the mating, as in the previous lace pattern, but we use scheme No. 2 here. We knit the original female stoles according to the scheme. Photo №5 Create a pattern with holes: The number of loops is multiples of four plus two edges. All the rows begin and end with edge loops. First-fourth rows: we knit facial loops. We collect eighty-two loops and knit, using the main pattern. After one hundred and sixty-seven centimeters (ie two hundred and eighty-four rows) from the tying edge, hold the closing of all the loops. To the short sides we attach ten brushes from four threads of length thirty centimeters. Brushes are divided into two parts and we tie these halves of the brushes with a knot. Here are such interesting models of delicate palatines you can tie yourself.

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