A kitchen is a place where a woman spends a largepart of his time. Every woman tries to make her kitchen unique and mysteriously beautiful. Kitchen potholders are simply not replaceable in the kitchen, as the hostess always has to deal with hot objects during cooking. Potholders for the kitchen are made of a variety of materials. To date, there are many different options for knitting stitches. I propose to tie an interesting staple for the kitchen called "Juicy Watermelon". The potholder is sufficiently dense, bright and very comfortable to use. Making such a tack is a small knitting lesson for beginner needlewomen. The scheme is simple, and the result without any doubt will please the young master.
Materials and tools
The following materials will be needed to make the tack:
The tack will be made from two mainparts. For knitting the first part, red acrylic yarn is used. The first row is knitted as follows: make a chain of 9 air loops and combine the 9th loop with the first, thus a ring turns out. In the second row, it is necessary to make the addition of loops, i.e. From each eyelet it is necessary to tie three new loops. 3 row - tie in a circle without adding. In the 4th row, you need to pull 3 new loops from each of the 3 loops. In the 5th row you do not need to make additions. In the 6th row we proceed as follows: we make additions of new loops in each second loop. In this case, one new loop is added. 7 series need to make additions in three places. We add one new loop in each second loop. In the 9th row, adding loops is not required. To knit the 10th row we need a red andblack acrylic yarn. Let's start knitting. Each tenth loop should be tied with black yarn, thereby imitating watermelon seeds. This range can be completely tied without adding new loops. In 11 and 12 rows, it is necessary to add one new loop in each second loop of the row. In the 13th row, additions should be made in each loop of the row, tying one new loop each. 14th row - add a new loop to make in every second loop. 15th row - make additions in each eyeletseries before its completion. On this knitting red yarn ends. Knitting of the 16th row is carried out by white yarn. In the 16th row, it is necessary to make additions where it will be difficult to tie loops. The 17th row will knit green yarn, without adding new loops. When the knitting is over, tighten the loops and cut the excess thread with scissors. One piece of potholder is ready! We proceed to a similar knitting of the second side of the tack. 1-9 the rows for the second tack are knit by the samescheme, like the first part of the tack. The exception is the 10th row. Since for the second part of the stitch, it is bound exclusively with red acrylic, without the use of black yarn, as for the first part. The 10th row is tied without additions. 11-17 the rows of the second part are similar to the first part. When the knitting is over, tighten the loops and cut the excess thread with scissors. When two pieces of potholder are ready to proceed to their connection. To do this, we use green yarn. We knit one connecting loop, make a chain of five air loops and combine them with the first in the chain by an air loop. We impose one connecting loop and againmake a chain of five air loops. Similar to the end of the series. At the very end of the row, you need to make a loop, so that the pothole can be placed on the kitchen wall. We select a chain of 18 air loops and connect it with the very first connecting loop of this row. The tie was tied, so we cut off excess threads andwe remove them with the help of a hook. Use an iron to iron the tack from both sides to make it smooth and dense. Pothook "Juicy Watermelon" is ready! Such a potholder will decorate the kitchen and add a little uniqueness, since such a kitchen thing can not be purchased at any store. An exception can be online stores and handicraft fairs, which are exhibited their work masters. This pothaking can be linked for your kitchen, as well as as a gift for a friend or a close person.