You will need:
9 bars for base — 3 rod with a length of 180 mm and 6 — length 140 mm;
28 lateral uprights with a length of 375 mm 28 additional racks with a length of 325 mm;
56 additional racks with a length of 75 mm;
thin material for weaving the base of the walls; the material is of medium thickness for weaving walls.

In short the bars with the awl make a hole in the middle and thread them into long bars. Short rods, position at equal distances, equal to 16 mm (figure 1). Take the rod and go around them three long bar on one side and double-oplatit frame base method "torsion". Do not change the position of bars of the frame, try to weave as tightly as possible. Before beginning the third row, disconnect the rods and continue the weaving method of "twisting". In the process, do not let the base warp. To do this, give it a slightly concave shape. When the width of the woven strip will be equal to 25 mm, proceed to the weaving method of the "reverse curl". With this method you follow so many series, how much has been done by way of "twisting". Trim the ends of all bars. Sharpen one side of the ends of the lateral uprights and insert them into the base — one on each side, all long and adjacent short bars of the frame, and a rack on one side of the other short rods (figure 3).


Bend all stand with pliers and tie the ends on the convex side of the base. Insert the three rods into the base, as if weaving a basket, and make one number a way to "rope". Connect the three thin bars and do the three rows. Untie the ends of the struts again and make a row with "rope".

Insert one additional rack length 325 mm next to each of the main stand. With the two sides of the resulting pair of racks add one more additional short rack (figure 4). Then you get the group stands at four. At a height of 40 mm from the woven side of the bins make a row of rope in fishnet weave . The rack split in pairs. "Rope" should be at the same height around the entire circumference of the bins, and the size in diameter should be equal 240x190 mm or more.

Further, in the manufacture of bread bins you can somewhat change the design to make, for example, stand intersecting. Try to make the walls of the bins extending up (figure 5).


Now make three rows of method "a string", using thinner material, and one row with "rope"using material thicker. Remember that the walls have expanded upward. Trim the protruding ends of the additional thin stands.

The remaining stands squeeze it with pliers at a distance of 6 mm from the last row of weaving (the rack should be moist). Make edge "braid"instructions on page 13. Trim the ends of the rods.


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