There are several ways to knit edge stitches, the simplest is probably the one nodules edge , At Knollchenrand always the first and last stitch is knitted right.
I want you today a beautiful and absolutely decorative edge imagine. It is the Patent edge , I just knit this at the poncho from the current “Knitting for you”. It is a knitting pattern of Tanja Steinbach , Of course, as soon as the poncho is ready, I will show it here.
|Patentrand – Especially on the back you can clearly see the beautiful edge.|
|Also on the front is a beautiful decorative round edge.|
I like him so much, you like that Patent edge soon probably more often in mine instructions will find. Just for towels, it makes an ideal finish, even, does not curl up. Perfect.
Paternity knit in pictures:
The first stitch of a row will be crossed right knitted, i. Prick with the needle from the back and knit.
To lift the stitch with thread in the front, you proceed in this way. The thread as to left-knit in front of the needle put and From right to left, pierce with the needle ,
Do not knit the stitch, but on the right needle lift , Then the thread to the left using the left index finger so as in the picture before the mesh lay ,
In the outward row becomes the last edge stitch knit normal right ,
This is what it looks like in a row. For the complete godfather follow the knitting pattern , The stitches are knitted according to the instructions.
Knitting instructions for Patentrand:
Attack: Mesh according to knitting pattern plus 6 edge stitches (RM)
1st row: the first 3 rows (1 row, 1 st take off with thread at the front, 1 st) …. lt. Knitting knitting pattern …. the last 3 rows (1 st, 1 st with front row, 1 st)
2nd row: the first 3 marks (1 st with front thread, 1 st, 1 st with front thread) …. lt. Knit knitting patterns …. the last 3 sts (1 st with front thread, 1 st, 1 st
take off with thread in front)
The sequence is quickly internalized. Due to the patent pattern arise big stitches on the edge, itself put beautifully around the edge and so a decorative finish form. Ideal for ponchos, scarves and shawls.
Have you already knitted a Patentrand?
Greetings and happy Nadelgeklapper wishes