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• 00:00: sprout on square coquette poles without nakida on mommy us channel I Already recorded several video lessons about knitting coquette with single crochets and promised to write a lesson about knitting germ on such a coquette I have on channel video lesson on knitting germ on yoke that we knit with posts nakidom reference to this video lesson I I will leave under this video and in popup window in the upper right since i am now I will already repeat the knitting lesson
• 00:31: sprout and do some just clarifications for the yoke by columns without nakida for this and I want to give a reference to that video lesson on the germ so you have looked if suddenly in this video lesson you don’t enough of some information i will now use the calculation I did in knitting lessons yoke columns without nakida for example I calculated that for the neck I need fifty four air loops it's not what size is it just for example 4
• 01:02: loops leave for four raglan lines remains 50 farther I used calculation of division by 10 can be used calculating the division by 3 is 5 loops 1 part 2 parts we send on sleeves three parts are sent to the shelf and back if we knit products with a germ then we first do the calculation as if we will not sprout and then make some changes to calculation in general on the Internet can be found
• 01:33: Such data that for a child under 3 years you can not knit sprout or knit it one dash one and a half centimeters for the child older than three years and up to size 42 to knit sprout three centimeters high after 42 size 5 centimeters after 50 size 7 centimeters but these are such sentences from which principle can retreat sometimes and on an adult knit only two rows sprout height and it's only about
• 02:05: 2 centimeters that's decided on number of rows your sprouts and begin to operate with this data we have a calculation there is a number of rows sprouts for example i will take the number of rows sprouts obzovu it n for example for simplicity of calculation first two rows and so we have an initial calculation and we have selected number of rows per sprout we have to put on our scheme start and end of each row here i have
• 02:37: 10 loops, I basically can take the middle to the beginning of the first row is will be 5. and for example 10 as the beginning of the second row sprout respectively from this side 5 from raglan line from the rear raglan lines we are also planning 5 and 10 with this sides ie this is the loop of the beginning of the first sprout row this loop ending the first row beginning of the second row of germ
• 03:09: end of the second row of germ next to them with advertising lines in In principle, these dots can be random order here schedule if you have some kind of pattern then you can from This pattern repel and move these dots as you like if you three kinds of sprout or 4 before or six then put so much dots on parts of sleeves how many rows sprouts when adjusting the calculation for double yoke
• 03:40: transferred from back to shelf number loops equal number of rows sprouts that is that coquette I would be deducted from the 15 and have two from the back and would transfer them to the shelf and get on the shelf was originally 17 loops on back 13 here is a little different because we do through a series of germs gain here is such a situation if the rows in shoots
• 04:10: we have one or two then we transfer only one loop from back to shelf if three or four rows in shoots then transfer 2 loops if five or six then 3 loops if 7 or 8 to 4 loops if 9 or 10 then 5 loops and so on I will not go into details why this is so if anyone has this particular
• 04:40: then write the question in the comments I I will explain in our case it turns out that I have two rows of shoots that is, I must one loop move from the back on the shelf and such I will have a calculation, that is, 15 was the loops will be 14 until the back 15 was on the shelf will be 16 the difference between the shelf and back then we will have double this figure that is my case
• 05:12: 2 multiplied by 1 to be two loops both times i have between 14 and 16 2 loops difference that is, the number of total loops is not we just changed for the back take less quantity loops and than for shelves and when we knit the first row of the sprout, he adds 2 eyelets for the back will be 16 on the back when about knit the second row germ under the butterflies are already in the second row
• 05:45: flirts are made with single crochets so it will remain 16 loops between central fives of raglan lines and when we knit we will have a total of 16 on the back and on the shelf the first row of sprout will add We still have loops and cuffs of hto one loop on each sleeves then eating glasses will be 11 loops for more understanding I will write another example if rows are germ for example 5 here
• 06:15: I put 5 dots on one sleeve and 5 on the other is the beginning and end of the series germ well, this I will have 2 loop from raglan line 4 6 8 and 10 and here in the same way now you need to understand how many loops to throw well calculation i will take the same so 5 rows sprouts 5 rows
• 06:47: that means 3 loops i should throw from the back on the shelf 15 minus 3 is 12 on the back will be loops Initially 15 + 318 check the difference I must be doubled this number 3 multiply by 26 the difference is just 6 did everything right it means we start to knit with this eyelet we knit one row of sprout here instead
• 07:18: 12 loops will be 14 2 red sprout knit surplus is already in the second row not 14 loops will be made on the back the third row when butterflies are made 2 2 loops will be added will be 16 when the fourth row knit add and not done will remain 16 and when the fifth row fit in again will increase 2 eyelets will be 1818 on the back 18 on Shelf when we knit full
• 07:51: circular row then we will have the same amount loops on the back and on the shelf all nice to do this with the calculation for sprout when knitting with crochets how it is done in practice for example, I will have two rows in shoots when we knitted just flirt without sprout then we started to knit it from the back raglan line when we knit a thing with germ we are picking up our common too number of loops
• 08:24: calculated and closes the ring if we Knit a circular here this yoke but already . joining that is a loop in which we joined it will be already my fifth raglan line loop that is, I knit 4 more loops and will advertising line I suggest not to get involved make markers that is this I have 5 loop counting time two three 4 5
• 08:56: and in the sixth loop 6 loops to this here this is an ad. I put the marker 6 onwards to count 14 loops and 15 loop to put the marker with the next loop 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 15
• 09:27: put the marker you do the same only with my calculations it turns out this ad line is counting from it the fifth loop is the first end loop the number of the germ that is with the next loop 1 2 3 4 5 here and must finish knitting the first row of the germ again where attached loop
• 09:59: this is the beginning of the first row this is advertising line this is advertising line this is ending I will mark the beginning and end of the first row second row sprout and I will know that next loop with this one and this one the sides are already loops of a raglan line that is, I have 5 eat marked not it is necessary to mark the tenth 5 6 7 8 9 10 this is the beginning of the second row of the germ
• 10:30: here so I already look and here is same back line advertising loop which we joined is the fifth loop 6 7 8 9 10 next loop is this one advertising line and 16 loops should be
• 11:02: between raglan lines count following this line of advertising and for The following must be obtained 16 times two three 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 and 1 loop for this ad the line remains to me all correctly carried markers when put a marker and start knit begins sprout row
• 11:35: and ends with a connecting eyelet right here we joined consider it here is this 5 eyelet and it is like the connecting loop to the beginning of the germ the next loops are starting to knit already on the column without crochet in each loop 1 2 3 4 in my case 4 loops I should still
• 12:11: knit to raglan were the main line knit gain 3 nakida column without me right now beautiful I see well, that's not the point. central of these three move marker this central loop is given raglan line further knit all loops along this raglan line
• 12:41: there will be 14 that is until the next marker I knit all the loops 13 and 14 further whether the main line is this too knit 3 posts without nakida and again I move the marker over the central of these three columns
• 13:15: I put and continue to knit 4 columns without nakida and in the fifth loop I make the endings ending as i said it connecting stub ie 1 2 3 4 loops knit with single crochets and in the fifth Marked by a marker, I make a connecting
• 13:45: column in principle with eyelets the end of the first row of the germ can the marker is already removed now the first row sprout knit from this point to this now you need to knit back from this point before this so that you will not be confused, I will not reach the connecting loop here before the beginning of the second row of the germ otherwise then back to me it will be hard
• 14:16: show you what loops i rule you so when I did the connective loop, I cut the thread first row sprout I have bound to the end and now I will knit back here from this point this y me the beginning of the second row sprout that is, behind the labeled loops, I I attach
• 14:46: I can already remove here basically a marker and I can put on the next one in principle loop the next loop is me This is the advertising line. starting loop and starting to knit with this loop the second row of germ this is our joining as if
• 15:18: connecting stub in this tenth loop and on we have to knit all 9 loop up to three knit in this ad look at the line so that the row does not twist we are now going inside out and knit I should 9 loops in my tenth made connecting column 1 2 3 4 five
• 15:57: 5 this here it was further bollards already tied over the previous bars rows 6 7 8 9 farther here are three loops raglan line i mean i'm still tenth I knit a marker center post
• 16:27: raglan line knit the first of three columns raglana knit 2 central transfer marker on the central bar of this row and I knit 3 raglan line posts the previous row here are these three columns this row we have 2 progress without increments
• 16:57: therefore, we knit over each column one by one column and marker moved to central exactly the same in principle as I did it in this master class coquette when without a germ hung further all the loops are knitting this advertising line now too they will reach show her so knitted loops back Here are these three columns tied to one the loop on the central is my marker
• 17:28: above the first column knit 1 bar above the next bar I knit the second column this we had knotted central loop therefore the marker is moved one row above the next loop column all three Are advertising loops knotted and then knit all the loops that previous row were knit and yet
• 18:01: there are only 10 after raglan line with 9 loops single crochet and 10 connecting loop 1 2 3 4 where the connecting loop was knitted there we knit 5 6 eyelet in our purl side up
• 18:37: so there is a neater tangle 789 where the marker was put there connecting bar 10 all following after knit loops it is with us advertising line that's just on next loop I put a marker and
• 19:09: so knitted two rows germ principle can be calculated that between the marked columns are not considering counted here on the back it turns out two times three 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 loops on the back and 16 between the marked loops will be on the shelf and so after knitted
• 19:41: I am the second row of the germ I am also a thread tearing off now will try you not confuse here two rows germ you knit your amount here rows here see for yourself or from a point to the point to get connective loops if you don't mess up on the way back knit all the loops or tear off then and now we knit already ordinary circular rows that is, we attach the thread already in
• 20:14: rear raglan lines and knit usually turning the direction of knitting after each row as we did in the usual master class on knitting this coquette closed ie now we're just not on the chain is based on the chain and on here this row making a raise through the row then there is the next third row will do increase in the fourth will not be later
• 20:44: in the fifth we will not be the sixth what to do if we have a flirt with such a cut com let it be a cutter for example on the back then the calculation is done just as easily here we will have a cutter and then after the transfer should be an even number loops on the back to here for example, shared 7 of 7 was able to divide by 2 and we recruit the chain does not close it into a ring and
• 21:15: we begin to knit the ranks of the sprout supplying markers are also on raglans and lines and on sprout point and we knit a chain scored later turn knitting and knit up first sprout point then immediately from 2 points knit here leave here a thread and knit this one part of the chain here we recruited
• 21:46: only pay attention here the first row after the dial chain we knit in this direction then here we are the first row must knit in this direction from point 1 sprout row house cut then turn knitting and knit back to 2 points sprout when we have all the rows connected sprout from this side and all rows of sprout
• 22:19: from this side we already knit full circular row we look only from what side we have it to knit to alternate the rows of facial and purl facial purl was with us true that is a circular row did not stray relative to the ranks of the germ if there is more on this moment any questions write in the comments I hope this video is a lesson for you
• 22:49: will help deal with the germ thanks for Attention stay mummies feed us bye