The New Year is about to come into its own right. There is very little left until the main night of the year. We will see off 2015 and meet 2016th. On New Year's Eve it is customary to give gifts. Someone gives expensive gifts, and someone presents small souvenirs. In this master class we will make such a souvenir ourselves. We will tie a small New Year's boot. He will remind of those kind fairy tales in which the kind Santa Claus puts his gifts into such boots hanging by the fireplace. Materials and tools:
- yarn of two colors;
Stages of work: In this master class, two colors are used. It is lilac and white. You can take other colors. Everything depends on preferences. In order to start knitting a boot, we need a chain of fifteen air loops. Now we begin to knit stitches without a crochet. In each loop we will bind one column. We reach the end of the chain. We tied one side. Now we will bind the second one. That is, we do not turn around and knit in the opposite direction, but we knit on, turning to the other side of the air chain. Knitting with us will go as if in a circle. So we will knit five rows. That is, we need to gain height for the boot. But now it's time to reduce in sock. To do this, we knit ten columns and then make three adjustments. They will go on in a row, one by one. We are tied to the heel, that is, to the end of our circular ryadochka. And again we untying the ten columns. But this time we will make two deductions. And the third time we will need to tie in the same way, but make only one decrease. This reduction will be the last in knitting boots. Now we just knit in a circle. In total, four ringlets are needed. And here we will change the thread. Let's take white and knit, imitating fur or fluff. First we'll fasten the usual row. And in the second we will knit differently. Here we will make three air loops and bind one column to each loop in the previous row. We'll link a small snowflake to the New Year's boot. We make the initial loop. And five more air. In the first two of the hook we will bind a pico. And we'll make three more air loops. Now we connect this element - the ray with the initial eyelet with a blind loop. We knit these rays five more. We sew the snowflake to the boot. A lilac thread make a loop from the air chain, so that our boot can be hung, for example, on a Christmas tree. Here's a new-year boot made!