The master class will teach how to crochet a New Year's craft - a knitted garland on the Christmas tree
What can I think of for decorating the interior?New Year's best garland? And what a wealth of choice! Of course, now you can easily buy a variety of garlands in the store. And you can fantasize a bit and make it yourself. You can create it from anything - paper, ribbon, lace, wood or plastic cups ... This master class shows how to tie a garland of small asterisks with a crochet. In order to make a knitted garland you will need:
- beautiful thread with lurex;
- thin hook.
Thread consumption will depend directly onthe necessary length of the garland. What good is this garland? Firstly - the second such is not exactly, secondly - it is absolutely safe for small children and animals, and thirdly - it can be made of any length. Let's start knitting. We will start with the manufacture of asterisks. To do this, we wind a string around the finger several times and in the resultant ring we will fasten 15 simple posts, without napkin. Now we make a chain of 6 loops - this is the basis for the first ray of the star. In the third from the hook loop of a chain we will connect one half-loop with a crochet - this will be the tip of the ray of our star. In the next loop we will make a column with a crochet. Further in the very first (the last from the hook) loop we will connect a column with a pair of capers. And one more column with a pair of nakidov we will tie in that pillar-basis from which we have connected our chain. We fix our ray to the ring-base of the sprocket in a column through two columns of the ringlet, in the third. So we'll connect four more rays. The first asterisk turned out. We knit such stars as much as necessaryfor a garland. Another plus of this method of knitting - you do not need to count the number of stars in advance - after all, you can tie up more stars in the process, or do not connect extra ones if the garland has already reached the required length. Now we will collect our garland. First, make a loop - for it you can hang our garland. It will be 15 air loops connected in a ringlet. Now we'll link 15 more loops. And the sixteenth loop we will fasten together with a loop of a top of an asterisk. Then we will connect 15 more loops. And we will attach one more star. So we connect the chain with stars of the required length. At the other end of the garland, we'll make a loop again. In order for our garland to be more dense, we will fasten it with simple posts. In the loop, for which the garland is hung, we will fasten 25 simple posts. Well, then, along the entire length of the garland, for each loop, also we will fasten it on a simple post. Such a knitted garland can decorate and a Christmas tree, and a window, and a mirror. And you can sew it on a New Year's costume or decorate a dress. And you can make a New Year's necklace or jewelry for your hair.