Đan hoa văn vặn thừng rất đẹp

Hoa văn vặn thừng này đẹp quá! Trông như hoa văn được đúc từ len! (Nói thầm: cái ảnh này mà nét mình đã cướp nó về đặt lên header của blog luôn!😛 ) Có thể sử dụng nó để đan vào giữa một chiếc khăn, để đan một dải len dài quấn quanh một vật thể tròn hoặc vuông như ghế bọc, bàn vuông chẳng hạn, thậm chí để đóng khung thành tranh treo tường,…

Công thức đan và phần ghi chú của công thức dài ngang nhau :p

 

The Durrow charts include old symbols that have been replaced in newer charts. You can find most of the symbols in the table below, but the old ones you’ll need are:

  no stitch: if you are knitting a row with one or more of these symbols, this stitch does not physically exist on your needles; don’t do anything about this symbol (the symbol is just a placeholder so that the chart has a consistent width)

  make 2 (right side): k1, k1b into the same stitch; then pick up the vertical strand running downwards between these two stitches just made, twist and knit

  make 2 (wrong side): p1, k1, p1 into the same stitch

  decrease 4: slip next three sts to right needle; pass second slipped st over first slipped st and off needle; pass one slipped st from right needle back to left needle; slip second st on left needle over first st on left needle and off left needle; slip one st from left needle to right needle; pass first slipped st on right needle over newly slipped st and off needle; pass remaining slipped st on right needle back to left needle; slip second st on left needle over first st on left needle and off left needle; knit the remaining st on left needle

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