The master class will teach you how to connect your own hands with a useful hand-crafted article for your home - a glass bottle for a glass
What can be more comfortable than a glass of hot tea? Add heat to any tea party will help warm up the glass. It will protect your hands from too hot surface, but tea, on the contrary, from premature cooling. To connect a small buckwheat for a glass of Tunisian viscous is easy and simple. And it looks beautiful and unusual. It can be tied to itself or given to relatives and friends. How to do this - tell this master class. To create a heating pad for a mug you will need:
- threads of blue and white flowers (approximately 40 grams);
- hook number 4;
- a pair of buttons.
Let's start knitting with a chain of air loops. The length of the chain should be 2 cm less than the height of the circle. We type 15 loops. Now we will type the loops for the first row. The hinges are typed as follows: we introduce a hook into the very first loop of the chain close to the hook. From it we pull the working thread - the first loop is ready. We do not tie it, but leave both loops on the hook. From the second loop of the chain again pull the thread. The hook will have three loops. And so continue to the end of our series. On the hook turned out 15 loops. Now we begin the actual knitting of the first row. To do this, we will fasten one air loop. And then we sew all the loops that are on the hook in pairs. After reaching the end of the series, we sew the last two loops of one. And we start knitting the second row. We make the first air lift loop. And again we will hook 15 loops. We will pull the working thread through the back of the first row of loops. And so again we type on the hook 15 loops. We send the second row. And the third. After three rows, we change the thread to white. To do this, let's fasten the air loop of the beginning of the row with a white thread. We can not cut the blue thread. We type the loop on the hook with a white thread. And we tie one row with a thread of white color. Then we change the thread to blue again. Now we have two working threads - white and blue. We do not cut them, but just stretch the edge of the knitting to the desired length. This is how the reverse side of knitting looks. We will make three rows of blue thread and two white. Next, the number of rows connected by a blue threadwill always be three, but the number of white rows will vary. First we tied 1 row with white and three blue, then two white and then three blue again. Next, you need to associate 3 white, 3 blue, 4 white, 3 blue and in reverse order - 3 white, 3 blue, 2 white, 3 blue, 1 white and finish knitting in 3 rows of blue. Now proceed to the binding of our buckwheat for a cup. We make the first row in simple columns. In the second row we will form buttons for buttons. To do this, let's start with two simple posts. Then we will type three loops. We skip 3 posts and tie 5 bars in the center, again we will type 3 loops. We will connect the 2 simple bars again, finishing the side. The other three sides will be tied with fans from crochets with crochets. To do this, in a corner we will fasten 6 posts. After 1 loop, we fix the fan to the base 1 with a simple column. And through the loop again we make a fan of 5 bars. So tie the three remaining sides. We will not tie the sides with hinges with fans. It remains to sew on the buttons. And we put on our cup in a warm and cozy little buckwheat.