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Let's talk about the displacement loop and its use when knitting toys. 
Very often, the "displacement loop" confuses needlewomen when knitting amigurumi.

In fact, everything is simple. 
You can never pay attention to the "loop offset" and knit according to the scheme, but then the 
part can get a little curve. These are features of knitting in a spiral. 
In order to avoid the curvature, in addition to the 
rad which we finished, we knit 1 or 2 sbns from the next row and do not count them, but simply move the 
marker 1 or 2 sbn to the left! 

For example, in the 4th row we have 30 loops and our marker "went to the right." We knit 1-2sbn 
offsets in the loops of the 5th row and move the marker. Now we have a new beginning of the series, 
shifted by 1-2sbn. Next, we knit the 5th row of the scheme, starting from the new position of the marker. 
That's so simple!

Those. the displacement loop is always the first loop of the series (it fits like a normal UBN), but then the second 
loop that goes after it is considered the first loop. Thus, we will align knitting, 
and the reductions will be under the increases, and the part will not be twisted. 
Please note that the offset loop is not included in the total loop count according to the scheme! 
When using an offset loop, knit with a marker. This will make it easier for you to determine when 
and how many offset loops to use

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