Published at Friday, October 05th 2018. by Maura Harrington in Blanket.
The wool in front of you In order to knit more comfortably For the first knot, create the first loop go through the loop with your hand and tighten it to create the first knot. It should be around 5 inches, Don't hesitate to adjust it to the needed size To create the first row, go through the loop grab, the yarn and create the second loop. It should be around 5 inches Continue until you have 24 loops. If you are knitting a 35*60 inches ( 90x150cm ) blanket with 6 lb. /2,8 kg, you will need only 12 loops To count how many loops you have Count the number of upper braids.
The first row should measure around 69 inches.
We'Ll now start the second row going upwards, Go through the last loop and create the first loop of the next row. After going through the last loop, We'll go through all the loops of the first row, The size of the loops should be around 4 inches. Try to keep the same size for the rest of the loops When you reach the knot. Go through the last loop Grab the yarn and create the first loop of the new row.
The method is the same: until the end of the blanket Keep placing the yarn in front of you, it will be easier to work and remember it is fragile and delicate. Hand knitting allows you to take as many breaks as you want To cast off the blanket Overlap. The last two loops Go through both of them and grab the yarn to create the next loop repeat. The process on the entire row Do not tighten too much to avoid narrowing the blanket Create the last loop Keep around 10 inches Cut the excess Go through the loop and tighten gently Hide the excess on the back of the blanket.
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