3. Legend

To tie any pattern, you should be able to use diagrams, which use symbols. Schematic notation of the pattern should read from the bottom up. The figures standing below the lower horizontal line indicate the number of loops and is called rapport. Right-facing figures are the front rows and read them from right to left. Purl rows are indicated on the left, and write these rows read from left to right. Sometimes the rapport shows only the front rows - odd. This means that even the front rows are knitted according to the pattern and rapport they are not specified. This technique is used in facial knitting or drawing. The front loops are denoted by a viscous facial, purl - purl.

The patterns given in the book, described verbally and diagrams.

Below we give the symbols used in the diagrams.
3. Legend - Facial hinge.

3. Legend - Inside-out loop.

3. Legend - Two loops along the front over the back wall.

3. Legend - The two loops together purl.

3. Legend Three loops along the front over the back wall.

3. Legend Three loops together purl.

3. Legend - Two loops together at the front wall.

3. Legend - Two loops along the way parecida.

3. Legend Three loops along the way peracid and permutation of the hinges.

3. Legend - Pull loop from the gap between the loops.

3. Legend - Shot loop (the thread for the removed loop).

3. Legend - Shot loop (the thread in front of the removed loop).

3. Legend - Yo.

3. Legend Double yo.

3. Legend Front back loop.

3. Legend - From one loop to make three (the number in the callout indicates the number of loops).

3. Legend - All dialed loop together.

3. Legend - Three loops to make three (asterisk).

3. Legend - Knobble: 2 stitches knit; not dumping on the front spokes, make a yo on the right and again to purl into the same loop (as in the way "from one loop to make three"). So to repeat until, until you have 5 loops. Turn the work and purl these 5 loops facial. Again, turn the work on the front side and purl these 5 loops in front of the rear wall.

3. Legend - Adding new loops of yarn.

3. Legend - 4 loop knit across the row as follows: 1st purl loop, then knit dropping the loops from the needles, knit into it again wrong with the 2nd loop. Knit loop left on the needle and purl 3 stitches together purl. Then knit across the row with all 4 hinges and remove them from left needle.

3. Legend - Two hinges to remove the pin before work (the wiring is from right to left).

3. Legend - Two hinges to remove the pin at work (the wiring is from left to right).

3. Legend - Loop is placed before work.

3. Legend - Loop placed at work.

3. Legend - Move the 2nd loop over the 1st.

3. Legend - Move the 1st loop over the 2nd.

3. Legend - Move the front loop to the right through the wrong.

3. Legend - Move the two front loops to the right over the wrong.

3. Legend - Move the front loop to the left through the other.

3. Legend - Move the 2nd front loop to the right.

3. Legend - Movement of three loops (front knit, back, face)

3. Legend - Move the front loop to the right in 2 front.

3. Legend - Move the front loop to the left 2 front.

3. Legend - Move the two front to the left through the wrong loop.

3. Legend - Move front right 3 through 5 loops.

3. Legend - Move 3 face to the left through 5 loops,

3. Legend - Pull the thread from between the loops (6 loops entwined).

3. Legend - The technique of knitting with a long loop (loop with three turns of thread).

3. Legend - Moved loop.

3. Legend Point when knitting in mind not to accept the token supplied for the convenience of schema entries.

3. Legend - Edge loop.

3. Legend Elongated loop (front or reverse) to pull her out of the loop below the operating range.

3. Legend - Knitting the front loops in front and purl rows ("rope").

3. Legend Six cross loops: 2 loop postpone to the 1st auxiliary pin, 3-th and 4-th - to defer to the 2nd auxiliary pin 5 and 6 knit, the loops are finished with the 2nd pins, then 1.

3. Legend The crossed loop.

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