Very simple, but beautiful and original cluster pattern on three needles.

If you want to knit on the needles textured three-dimensional patterns, but complex operations are not yet ready to master, pay attention to a simple, but very effective cluster pattern. Even a newbie can handle it. The only condition without which it can not do - the third needle. Although it can be replaced with a pin or a special device for a set of loops.

You will need:

  • A pair of knitting needles;
  • yarn of suitable thickness (the pattern looks better on soft fluffy threads);
  • a third spoke, or a special device to support loosened loops (in extreme cases can be replaced by a pin)

Start knitting alternating rows of facial and purl loops. Then, in a staggered manner, clusters are tied up. They can be arranged as in the example, squares. In this case, 3 rows are lined up, and then a cluster is formed. You can arrange them less often.

In the row where the beginning of the cluster will be, tie 6 loops + one edge band.

Three of the knitted loops are thrown on the third spoke. The most convenient way is to use a special needle for lowered hinges. You can also use a regular safety pin, but it’s not very convenient to work with.

Now we begin to form the cluster. To do this, wrap the working thread around the three loops removed. Repeat this procedure 6 times.

You can do more with repetition, then the cluster will be more dense and voluminous. Try to practice to find out exactly how the pattern will look on your chosen threads. After that, you can more accurately calculate the desired number of repetitions.

After the cluster is ready, tie another 6 loops, three of which will be the basis for the next cluster. And so on until the end of the series.

This mating is very simple in design and is perfect for sweaters, a scarf or hats.



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