Edge binding hook cord of \"gusenichka\" \/ Crochet Romanian point lace cord bind off  See details »

 
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  • 00:00: I greet you needlewomen in this the video will show you how easy and fast You can make the edges of a knitted product crochet in a very unusual way with a cord caterpillar and for this we attach thread to knit me this is the last loop from closing loops we enter the hook into the loop under the pigtail here in this place if you will
  • 00:36: cling the thread under the pigtail not then you your trim strip will curl so we put the hook in the loop under the pigtail we grab the thread knit overturn divided into seamy side enter the hook in we pull the side braid we pull the thread
  • 01:09: and knit again turn the product on the front we enter the hook side 2 loops the previous row of the cord and then enter hook into the next loop we catch a thread pull it through two loops again pick up the thread and knit turn to the wrong side
  • 01:42: we enter the hook in the loop of the previous row the cord we catch the thread puff to blow off and knit turn the product on enter the front side of the hook 2 loops the previous row of cord and the next weave a loop pull the thread and we stretch it through two loops again
  • 02:16: picking up the thread and tying the cord back on the wrong side tying caterpillar cord on the front side I know here we enter hook not only in two loops previous a row of noah canvas
  • 02:47: we catch the thread and pull through the cord cling to the thread again and knit here such a finish is obtained again turn the product on the wrong side we enter the hook side 2 loops previous row picks up the thread we pull out the thread turn the product on the front side
  • 03:20: if you have products may ha of course twist around its axis in the same way how are you driving at work. if the products are large then it is inconvenient in In this case, we act in another way. turn back knitting it to us you need a thread to be at work therefore we twist it around the hook intercept the hook and continue
  • 03:54: knitting we enter the hook 2 loops of the previous row into canvas grab them working thread pulling out provyazyvaem cord turn on seamy side pull up the thread knit back on the front side the thread around the hook intercepts the hook
  • 04:25: and continue knitting as you can see when entwining the thread around
  • 04:58: hook it is very easy to knit even large parts big products don't need to twist them around its axis and which of course is uncomfortable just enough to turn the edges we tie his cloth back and forth at first it may seem that this uncomfortable to hook but with a little dexterity
  • 05:30: it turns out very easily and quickly Here is the binding from the front The sides look like this on the purl to the side when tying and convex edge of the product we put the hook in the canvas at the same time
  • 06:03: same place in the same loop several times thereby forming a bend enter the hook 2 loops of the previous row
  • 06:51: their same loop that we already knit last time here we enter the hook into this loop a second time we knit on the seamy side on the front side, re-enter the hook
  • 07:22: same loop for the third time so the way we shape smooth rounding here is a rounding turned out
  • 08:03: further knit already as usual enter hook in two loops of the previous row and in edge of the canvas now tie the concave part of the web
  • 08:37: when knitting the concave portion of the web, we
  • 09:26: enter the hook 2 loops of the previous row cord and on in a few points the concave part picks up the thread pull the next loop in again grab the thread pull and back in one loop three points now we catch
  • 09:57: thread and pull through five loops it turns out 3 loops which we made on bend and two loops of the previous row on hook again 2 loops which we knit as usual we turn over and knit the wrong side
  • 10:30: cord what a concave part we got
  • 11:29: that's what happened this finish can use when tying a gate sleeveless bottom can be used even strapping the edge of the caps This method is very easy to perform and very decorative edge of the product is not strongly stretches but still remains
  • 12:01: elastic It looks like this on the front side so it looks on the purl the side is also very neat and beautiful