Knitted cover with decoration on the tablet
To make a knitted cover for the tablet, you will need: hooks for knitting № 0,75, 2 and 5; strings of belyn (cotton 50% - viscose 50%) - 2 skeins, threads of iris (red, yellow, orange melange), red satin ribbon half a centimeter wide., needle, scissors. Abbreviations: ce - air loop, st.b. - column without nakida, st.s. - single crochet, ps - polabolik, pp - connecting column. 1. First you need to decide on the size of the cover. We take two skeins of white color and work in two threads. Recruit a chain of air loops (in this case, 60 ce). Number vp will depend on the thickness of the thread used and the density of your knitting. Closing the circle. We are recruiting for lifting 1 v. 1 row: 60th century b.n., 1 p. 2-5 row: 3triv.p. for lifting, 60 st.sn., 1 pp. 6 row: three vp for lifting, 3 st.s.n., 1 st.p., the next 3 st.b.n. through the loop. 7 and the following rows: three ce. for lifting, 60 st.sn., 1 p. We knit in a circle until the case is the size of your tablet. Pswe will connect the walls of the cover.2. Now we knit the so-called "cover". 1 row: three vp for lifting, 29-30 vs., turn the product over.2-4 row: three in. p . for lifting, 29-30 cb.n.Next we tie the pocket along the edges of the st.b.n.In this case an orange flower is used, connected from the yarn threads (yellow and orange mélange), a button tied with red iris threads and a red satin ribbon.
3. For your cover to be unique you can use for decor: small napkins, various motifs from Irish crochet, satin ribbons, beads and seashells.
In addition to these materials, you will need: hook No. 0.75, needle and thread. First, tie a button with red threads. To do this, type 3-4 vp and closes in a circle. 2 row: three vp for lifting and 15-17 st.ns. The number of columns depends on the density of your knitting. 3 row: three ce, then alternate two st.s.n. and two UF. in one loop.
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