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Цветной ажурный зигзаг крючком. Мастеркласс. Сегодня мы покажем вам, как связать довольно простой, но красивый зигзаг крючком. 

Цветной ажурный зигзаг крючком. Мастеркласс

Вступайте в наши группы, чтобы не пропустить ничего интересного: Сначала вяжем крючком цепочку, а потом захватывая 6 звено начинаем вязать 3 столбика Пропускаем 2 звена и вяжем еще 3 столбика. Аналогично поступаем и с третьей группой столбиков. а следующую группу столбиков начинаем вязать после 5 пропущенных петель. Pinterest. Ileanas Lace: Cusaturi din tecnica Point Lace/olika spets söm som används i Point lace tekniken. Modele de cusaturi folosite pentru umplerea petalelor de flori in tecnica de dasntela Point Lace.Öltesmintak meljek hasznalhatok a zsinor csipkehez.Надеюсь стежка может быть использован в течение шнур кружева.

Ileanas Lace: Cusaturi din tecnica Point Lace/olika spets söm som används i Point lace tekniken

Punct de tul simplu. Cum se coase: Se intareste ata in laseta din stanga conturului, apoi se scoate acul printr-o bucla a lasetei. Se lucreaza laturi de cite un punbct de feston, sarind cite una sau doua bucle din laseta.Dupa ce s-a lucrat primul rind de laturise fixeaza ultimul lat de bucla lasetei din dreapta, se sare o bucla,se scoate acxul cu firul de ata in bucla urmatoare a lasetei, incepand sa se execute un nou rand de la dreapta la stanga, facind cite un punct feston si apucand fiecare lat din rindul precedent. asa se continua pana la capatul petalei.

Он укрепляет нити laseta левого края, то удалите иглу через петлю lasetei. Pinterest. Kilim motifs. Detail of vegetable-dyedKonya Kilim, numbered to identify motifs: 1) Eye (Turkish: Göz) / Evil Eye (Turkish: Nazarlık) 2) Eye, containing Cross (Turkish: Haç) 3) Ram's Horn (Turkish: Koçboynuzu) 4) Fertility (Turkish: Bereket) 5) Wolf's Mouth (Turkish: Kurt İzi) 6) Star (Turkish: Yıldız), containing Love and Unison (Turkish: Aşk ve Birleşim) 7) Star, containing Fetter (Turkish: Bukaǧı) Many motifs are used in traditional kilims, handmade flat-woven rugs, each with many variations.

Kilim motifs

In Turkish Anatolia in particular, village women wove themes significant for their lives into their rugs, whether before marriage or during married life. Some motifs represent desires, such as for happiness and children; others, for protection against threats such as wolves (to the flocks) and scorpions, or against the evil eye. Kilim Motifs. Motifs are derived from symbols that were used in ages gone by to inform, communicate and to convey ideas.

Kilim Motifs

Over time, some of these signs merged with myths, acquired hidden significance and moved into the world of esoteric symbolism. In this context, their use may not be limited to decorative purposes. Due to the hidden forces they are believed to imply, their primary purpose may well be psychological rather than aesthetic. Here is a comprehensive list of commonly used motifs. Please click on the links for variations of each motif and their meanings. Although the basic design is a stylized female, this pattern is known by various names in Anatolia. Read more... This motif is used as a symbol of fertility, heroism, power and masculinity.

Warping a frame loom. Weaving a wicker basket; the most comprehensive basket tutorial on the internet- It is a joy to harvest your own Willow from the countryside to make such baskets; and there are many types out there.

Weaving a wicker basket; the most comprehensive basket tutorial on the internet-

However, not all Willow is suitable for basket making, many types are too brittle and will snap when bent to the extremes needed for basket weaving. If I find some shoots of Willow growing in the countryside (often in overgrown hedgerows) I simply fold a stem at 90 degrees; if it snaps then it's not right for basketry... continue searching for a different variety. I have found that often the types of Willow with colourful bark such as reds, yellows and oranges are sometimes the best types.

If your Willow is freshly picked then you will ideally need to Dry it; Baskets made from freshly cut Willow will shrink and the weave becomes loose later on, this is because Willow shrinks the most the first time it dries out. It may take a few weeks to dry completely. The Willow then needs to be rehydrated before weaving to make it flexible again. DIY Weaving Techniques: 5 Simple Ways To Add Texture. If you are a beginner weaver, then you are probably already thinking about how you can add all those lovely textures to your weavings.

DIY Weaving Techniques: 5 Simple Ways To Add Texture

Aside from all the colours you can choose from and the lovely patterns you can create, texture is one of the most lovely – but perhaps a little intimidating – aspects of creating a wall weaving. So today, I thought I would share with you 5 simple ways to add texture to your weaving to get you started. [GUIDE] 16 Ways To Knit A Heel In A Sock – Knowlio. Cardboard Roll Snake Knitting. I’ve been busy working on setting up a project for my sons 1st grade class!

Cardboard Roll Snake Knitting

It’s an easy “knitting” project that is perfect for elementary age kids. With a cardboard roll, tape, and popsicle sticks, you can set up a simple loom. Schemi uncinetto gratis (Foto 6/40) Schema cappello all'uncinetto. Schema paralume all'uncinetto. DIY Beautiful Crochet Purple Haze Slippers. It’s really creative idea to use wire during crochet to make the shoes more durable, you can use a separate leather sole, or crochet one.

DIY Beautiful Crochet Purple Haze Slippers

60+ Adorable and FREE Crochet Baby Sandals Patterns. 1.

60+ Adorable and FREE Crochet Baby Sandals Patterns

Flower Power Baby Sandals (Source) 2. Crochet Butterfly Barefoot Sandals (Source) 3. 4 Navíjanie na krosná koberce. Knitted DROPS slippers with cables in ”Eskimo”. Фиолетовые тапочки с пуговицей. Описание вязания. Как вязать носки крючком. Подробное описание и схемы. Design & crochet lace by Victoria Belvet. TKANJE: 3. SNOVANJE, 4. TKALAČKI STAN-KROSNA.

Ručno tkanje u Dvoru. How to Crochet: Cable Stitch. How to Crochet: Cable stitch {3-dc Cross-over} We used the cable stitch in this week’s square for the Block a Week CAL 2014, and I loved it so much that I thought I should do a tutorial on it (and use it in some patterns while I’m at it).

How to Crochet: Cable Stitch

The crochet cable stitch, or 3-dc cross-over, is worked over 4 st’s. It is tricky to work this stitch into a foundation chain, so I suggest starting with a base row/round with multiples of 4 st’s. If you need help figuring out how many chains to make for your required/preferred base row/round, see this post by Rhonda from OombawkaDesign. Working in Rounds/Spirals When working in rounds, start with a base round with multiples of 4 st’s. Working in Rows When working in rows, start with a base row that has multiples of 4 (+2) st’s. How to Crochet: Popcorn Stitch. The Popcorn Stitch is an excellent way to add dimension to your crochet projects, and it is one of the easiest textured stitches to master. In this photo tutorial I will walk you through making Popcorn Stitches and working into them in subsequent rows/rounds. A Popcorn Stitch is basically 5 dc’s into the same stitch/space. The “Popcorn” is formed by pulling the top of the last dc through the top of the first dc.

Popcorn Stitches can also be made with 3, 4, 6, or 7 stitches, depending on how skinny or ‘puffy’ you want them to be. They are not to be confused with Bobble Stitches, Cluster Stitches, or Puff Stitches. Top 100 Crochet Patterns in 2015: Crochet Hat Patterns, Crochet Scarf Patterns, Crochet Christmas Patterns and More. There are currently no images from other crochet readers. close Terms & Conditions You must enter into this Agreement if you want to submit digital images or other content to Prime Publishing through Sharing Customer Images (the "Service"). As used in this Agreement, "we" or "Prime Publishing" means Prime Publishing, LLC. and "you" means the individual or entity submitting materials to Prime Publishing. Any individual or entity that wants to use the Service must accept the terms of this Agreement without change. 1) Eligibility. 2) Definitions. 3) License Grant for Materials.