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Knitting Crochet

by yudaica2013 ·

Knitting crochet is a relaxing activity that can bring us many benefits. When we have the elements necessary minimum, thread and needle, begin at least tells us with crochet and discover the way that look us more to our taste of hold and knitting crochet. To begin we will place fingers in the grip or handle, that would be the section of the crochet needle flat. Some people do not use it and some needles do not possess, however to be starting, it is best to get used to fasten the needle knitting crochet in the grip. In this way we will almost always know where the hook is located. The needle is held like a spoon or such as a pencil.

You have to hold firm, however loosely very strong or we will end up hurting the fingers and hand. To start to weave crochet will make a loose loop on the needle and from there continue with the lockstitch or chain, that would be the point basis for almost all of the types of work that we realize. What makes a lockstitch or chain first thing, as we’ve seen previously, We will create a loose loop with the needle. All points are mounted after this loop. We will then put the thread coming from the skein, with the index finger of the left hand. To have the thread in a good position we will help with your other fingers of that hand. Some prefer working the thumb and middle fingers. Is easier to use the finger to others.

Each ends up finding him own mode to weave crochet, putting the needle and thread in its own way. There are no rules about that. We intercalate this hook in the wool you have with your forefinger from the back forward, and will take it by the loop by pulling on the ends of the wire to hold them. Before removing the thread, there to take the knot from the beginning with the short Cape, between index finger and thumb. The other loop is hooked through the previous. This model goes by repeating, forming a chain stitch in the way that we seek. Commonly it must be a loop on the needle. The chain would be the basis of knitting crochet in rows. If we want to get circles, we can start with our chain stitch and join the ends or make a loose knot that assemble a circle. From our initial circle we will draw our points to the outside and finish up with some beautiful fabrics to crochet. Want to learn crochet? Share your testimony with us!