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Just see what a miracle can be made on a wooden frame.

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You can put aside hooks and knitting needles and learn this master class. A plaid of pompons is done with the use of a wooden frame, with nails hammered into it. Instead of a wooden frame, you can use a sheet of hardboard. At first glance, the technique seems rather complicated, but if you deal with it, you will see for yourself how simple everything is.

Due to the fact that the blanket consists only of pompons, your kid will like it due to the softness of pompons and the airiness of the texture. Such a blanket can also be used as an envelope for discharge from the maternity hospital, if it is sewn onto a base made of thick fleece or velor.

For inspiration, we have prepared some photos of the finished rug. It looks very nice if you combine several colors of yarn, the blanket turns out to be rainbow and voluminous. Admire this soft beauty:

Plaid pompons on the frame

Materials:

Wooden frame with hammered nails yarn for knitting (the thicker the yarn, the softer and fluffier the pompons will turn out)

Description of work:

First you need to make a blank - a frame of thick plywood, into which nails are driven in. The size of the frame can be arbitrary, depending on what size you need a blanket. In this case, the frame is about 80 x 80 cm. The distance between the nails is 4 cm. Having fastened the thread on the extreme nail, we begin to tighten it over the entire area of ​​the frame.

The text in the photo below is poorly visible, so we repeat it: Each strip (row) is a layer of 50 threads. In the place where they intersect (at the intersection), there are respectively twice as many, i.e. 100. But it is cut in the middle (between intersections), and there are only 50 threads. Of these, 30 are cropped. There is a very good idea for not counting the threads. If you look closely, you can see that first there is a white color (20 lower strands), then a contrasting color and again white. So when dividing, you don’t need to count anything, but just stick to the color. Those. the lower 20 white threads remain intact, and only the upper ones are trimmed.

When finished winding, the intersection of the threads must be firmly tied up with threads.

Now prepare the scissors!

Be careful! We cut only part of the threads, that is, the first 20 rows remain untouched - this is our bedrock base. Cut 30 top rows of threads. We cut clearly in the middle of the row.

Continue trimming the top 30 threads. The side threads at the end of work also need to be cut in half, which hold the base on the nails, they will turn out beautiful brushes.

That's all! Our soft and fluffy rug of pompons is ready, wrap the lily.

With the help of such a simple technique, you can create covers for cushions, bedspreads for chairs and sofas.

If anything remains unclear, then watch the video tutorial!

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