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I want to share a lesson on knitting corners on knitting needles.

An angle connected in one direction (Fig. 6-1)

If you want to get an angle made by a garter or any other viscous, different from the main one, you must follow the rule: the vertical strip should be the same in size with the horizontal. If such an angle is knitted with a garter stitch, as in the photo, the number of loops horizontally should coincide with the number of rows horizontally.


Diagonal Angle (Figure 6-2)

Five loops, the middle of which forms the center of the corner, fit on the front side as follows: two loops together behind the back wall, one front, two together behind the back wall. All other loops on the inside are knitted to the front to get a garter stitch, except for the central one, which is knitted as the wrong one, on the front side it will be front.

The angle associated with the openwork diagonal (Fig. 6-3)

Five loops, the middle of which is the center of the corner, fit like this: two loops together for the back wall, double crochet, one front, double crochet, two loops together for the back wall. All the loops on the seamy side are knitted face to make a garter stitch, and the five loops that form the corner are knitted like this: the loop and the crochet are the front, one wrong side and again the yarn and the loop together. So it fits until the required angle size is obtained.

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