Knitting at the Doubleface is the result of the knitted pattern a negative on the other hand, simply by changing color. Thus, two beautiful master pages can be knitted, great Knitting pieces for turning , provided they are mirror image suitable. Of course this does not work for writing.
It’s very simple: How to do it, you can see in the following pictures.
It is important when changing color to remember which basic color is currently on the page.
In our example it is just blue.
We knit normally until the intended color change.
To change the colors, the right stitches are knitted in green when changing colors.
To knit the right stitch, we insert the normal stitch into the blue stitch, but get the green thread through.
We let the stitch slide on the right needle as usual.
Of course, a left stitch follows the right. This stitch is therefore knitted with the blue thread.
Put both threads back to work …
… grab the blue thread, use the thumb to help you and get your hands on the thread.
Now the double stitch is done with color change on the needle.
It continues with Tutorial 5 , Now is being chained off to finally finish our knit.
Knitting tips and tips for the 4th tutorial:
It is important to remember which color changes primary color on the page is up to date. Tip to the mesh count , the color change always begins and ends where two stitches of the same color lie side by side. I count the knitting pattern before me always the Stitches out and write the numbers on the pattern. Then it knits faster.
Overview of all links to the lessons:
Introduction – What is Doubleface Knitting
Tutorial 1 – Knit double face, cast on stitches
Tutorial 2 – Knit Doubleface, Putting on Stitches Continued
Tutorial 3 – Doubleface knit, The first row
Tutorial 4 – Doubleface knitting, color change
Tutorial 5 – Knit doubleface, bind off the stitches
Tutorial 6 – Knit doubleface, bind off the stitches Continued
Tutorial 7 – Knitting Doubleface, Sewing Threads
In the next tutorial, it’s about how we chop off our knit.
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