How to tie a snowflake?
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Winter is a special time of the year. It has its own atmosphere, its character and a whole series of its symbols. Among the symbols of winter, perhaps one of the most important and popular is the image of a snowflake. It is placed everywhere: on souvenirs, napkins, household items and clothes. If you also want to decorate your interior with an unusual knitted snowflake, in this article we will tell you how to tie a snowflake with a hook or spokes.
Before you tie a snowflake, select the yarn for your pattern. We recommend using cotton yarn for the elegance of the product.
Instructions for crocheting a snowflake:
- Spray the four air loops, the first andfourth combine the connecting post, then dial one air lifting loop, 6 columns without a crochet and one connecting column in the first column without the crochet. You should get a tight ring.
- First, you sew the necessary drawing of a snowflake's beam with air loops, and then return back to the ring with connecting posts.
- In total you should get 5 or 6 beams, depending on your wishes.
- If the finished snowflake is starched, treated with a solution of PVA and water in a ratio of one to two and dried well, such snowflakes can be hung around the house.
Snowflake with knitting needles
As a rule, the question is how to tie a snowflakeknitting needles, arises with those who decided to decorate their knitted products with a suitable pattern. Schemes of snowflakes for embroidering on top of a knitted cloth can be found a great variety. Here's what you should pay attention to:
- Decide on the pattern that you would like to see on your thing, and put it in front of you.
- Embroidery is done by sewing a loop into the loop. Decide where you want to place your drawing. It can be one snowflake, and maybe a whole slew of snowflakes with a repeating pattern.
- Push a needle from the underside of the face at the bottom of the first loop, overwhich you will embroider.
- Make a stitch behind the two strands of the upper part of the loop.
- Push the needle into the same point from which you started to embroider, only now from the front to the purl.
- Insert the needle in a little higher, in the middle of the newly made loop.
- So, stitch by stitch, you will climb up.
- Fix the thread without knots, otherwise they will be visible, and the work will look untidy.
- You can embroider on the same principle, only not up, but horizontally. To whom as it is more convenient.
You can, of course, embroider a pattern and trite a cross, but it will not look as neat as when embroidering a loop in a loop.
The main advantage of the snowflake pattern is thathe never goes out of fashion and is always relevant on any winter things. Sweaters, trousers, scarves, hats, gloves - it will always be in place. Especially beautiful white pattern of snowflakes looks on a red, burgundy, blue, blue, black and dark brown background.
You can also benefit from the article How to make a snowflake.