Combinations of the pattern "burn" with other drawings: delicacy for beginner needlework The pattern "tourniquet" most often causes associations with Aran sweaters, which include in their structure a combination of strips of various harnesses, rhombuses, braids and other relief patterns. Due to its uniqueness, such patterns are often used by modern designers to create original products. In this article we will share with you the secrets of fast knitting of various types of pattern "tourniquet", which can decorate any, even the most ordinary product, giving it subtlety and elegance. And also tell you about the features of combining this pattern with other drawings to ensure the most effective result. The pattern is "burn" and "braid". Small "flagella", having interweaving through 4 rows, look great on their own, and if you create them between stripes with other, larger, drawings, then your delight will not be the limit. In the above sample they are fed in combination with bundles, in which the bindings are made through 8 rows. The pattern of the "4-row spit" and "plait-snake". Such a panel is easy to create, because all the purl strings should be sewn with backing loops. The number of locks in the "spit", which you want to create, is not limited in any way. For this you need only and all that add 6 more loops for each of the additional strings. The pattern "Fantasy Spit" in combination with a pattern"Honeycomb". Rapport, located in the central panel and made with a pattern of "honeycomb", includes eight loops, which means that you can draw a figure from any number of loops, which is a multiple of 8. In this case, the panel with the "honeycombs" will come out a little wider. The "tourniquets" in this case are placed in the chesssequence. The bundles "3 * 3" are very simple in execution. You can bind them on top of the blocks of the purl and facial loops. Then you will get a pattern that will seem much more complicated than it is in reality. Pattern "elastic" from small "bundles". In such a pattern, flagella from two loops will often be intertwined, but the impression of a flat surface created by crossing the flagellus loops is difficult to perform. This can be seen from the scheme itself. If desired, you can create a twisting flagellum wider, for this you will need to add any number of loops, a multiple of 2. The pattern of "rubber band" in combination with "bundles". A fairly wide "tourniquet", consisting of 6 loops, alternates with a pattern of "rubber band" on two loops. Despite the fact that the look of the pattern is quite complicated, but it is very easy to perform it. The pattern of the "braid" in combination with the pattern "elastic". Wanting to create a more voluminous "scythe," you need to try to tie the pattern out of the number of loops larger than 12. At the same time, create a "4 × 4 tourniquet". Pattern of "spikelets". In this combination of patterns, "2 * 2 bundles" placed along the strips from the inside surface favorably creates a contrast against the background of narrower facial stripes. And at the end of all the purl strings you need to sew the purl loops. The pattern "3rd zigzag" and the pattern "burn". The presented zigzag is made in the usual way, but it looks much more interesting, because it is created from 3 strips. You need to change the direction of binding the harness itself, if you want to create 2 panels. A pattern of "zigzag with a 2nd structure". Such a pattern can be called a base for mastering knit harnesses, consisting of purl and face loops on the background, because the purlins are organically combined with the 2nd "pearl" pattern. From the diagram it can be seen that the zigzag changes its direction starting from the 11th row. Pattern "texture flagellum." Creating a tourniquet of 6 loops, the technology of pearl knitting is used, which, if desired, can be replaced with an "elastic 1 * 1", the loops of which will be tied through the rear walls. Pattern "flagellum in the form of a leaflet." These leaves are a continuation of the flagellar weave, but they can be combined with other types of harnesses. The pattern is "burned" in the form of a string of "gum". Such a pattern is created with the help of a "bundle 1 * 1" and crosses the loops through the rear walls, gives the impression of stylized flowers. The pattern is "flagellum-tulip". Thanks to the work with the crossed stitches, the rope-string, which is inside, looks much more effective. The pattern of the bundle is "Ovalchiki and florets". Creating bindings in the purl rows is not so difficult, as, indeed, in the front ryadochkah. Flagellum, consisting of 4 loops, is again intertwined in the next row, it is clearly visible against the background of the loops of the underside. In this case, beautiful oval shapes are obtained.