Few can leave indifferent a crocheted openwork air cloth! Indeed, it is a whole work of art. Delicate napkins always decorate the bedside table, bedside table, coffee table or place under the vase. In addition, such a gift as a napkin will always please the birthday boy, especially since it will be connected with your hands.
How to start knitting crochet napkins?
To begin with, of course, you should choose a pattern with which you will knit a napkin. Of course, at first you should not choose too complex drawings, although, no doubt, they look extraordinarily beautiful. But if suddenly you will not succeed, you just drop the knitting at the initial stage. Therefore, while your hand is still stuffed, you need to choose a simple crochet pattern.
The threads for knitting napkins are as thin as possible, for example, iris or 100% cotton.
- Loin crochet
- Tunisian knitting
- Knitting from grass
- The thickness of the hook, which you will knit a napkin, depends on the thickness of the threads that you have chosen. The thinner the hook, the thinner the thread used should be.
- When you start knitting napkins, it should be remembered that no matter what scheme you choose, the initial rows will be the same in all patterns. So, you need to tie a few air loops. On average, their number will vary from your desire and the selected pattern. If the napkin pattern is very delicate and airy - knit about eight air loops. If the pattern is more dense, it will be enough to knit five loops.
- Then you need to connect the first and last loop in the column. This should be done with the help of semi-columns. With their help, you will later connect the beginning of the row with its end, as well as all the elements of the napkin that will need to be joined.
- Next, fit the first row. In it, first of all, we knit three air loops. Then you need to tie up a small ring with crochets, which we knitted from air loops.
- We turn to knitting the second row. We knit five air loops. Then you should knit two double crochets, and we do it from the base of the semi-column, which we had in the last row. Next we knit a double crochet, then two air loops.
- When you knit a specified number of loops, it's time to go to the scheme of the selected napkin. However, here you may encounter some difficulties. The thing is that not all the schemes write the decryption or key to this scheme. Therefore, you may need to decipher the legend.
- Point - air loop.
- Small stick - column without nakida.
- Double crochet wand.
- Semicircle is semi-column. It is done this way - we knit one loop, and the second we pull through the first.
- Ovals with several chopsticks are in lush columns. They are knitted in the following way: they knit one double crochet, but do not complete it, then make the second double crochet, they also do not finish. Then they knit the third double crochet and close all unclosed loops. If the oval on the scheme is combined below - a magnificent column is knitted from one column at the base. If the oval is not combined - a magnificent column is knitted from different columns in the base.
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Of course, the designations given here are not all the designations that can appear in the knitting pattern of a napkin. But for a start it is best to choose a scheme where only these symbols will be found. And when you gain experience, it will be possible to move on to more complex schemes.
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At the end of the knitting wipes it should be wet, then stretch and dry in this condition. Optionally, you can starch it.
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Successes to you and beautiful works!