Embroidered Gloves Models

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It’s not day after day that a new model comes to the knitting world. Knitting gloves are easy to learn and this year they are stamped on the knitting world. Tunisia, another name for the Afghan business, draws attention to the workings and ethnic patterns on the job.

Embroidered Gloves Models

As Tunisia does not sag and stretch, gloves can be used as well as jackets, blankets, vests. Tunisian business gloves keeps our hands warm in the cold weather in the winter, while bringing vitality to the gloomy weather with the colors we choose at the same time. We also have Tunisian work gloves made for you. Good luck with.

Embroidered Gloves Models

We start our chain by pulling a chain on our hand.17 After the chain is pulled, we sink into the chain next to it without taking a thread on our crocodile. We take our rope through our roots and hold it in our crocodile. We do this until the end of the sequence. When we move to the 2nd row, we first fill the rope and pass through the 1st thread. When there is a loop in our knot we are yarn full of yarn.

Embroidered Gloves Models

We take the loose thread which was waiting in our croaker together with the formed loop. We continue this process until the end of the sequence. we are relieving some of the thread in our crotch while we are passing through the bottom of the 2nd thread in front of the yarn we are filling and removing. We continue this process until the end of the second round. What we need to take care of is to take the loops by looking at us. When it comes to the end of the sequence, we do the same thing we did just before. The first 2 lines of our Tunisian business are now ready.

Embroidered Gloves Models

We are a little relieved of the last thread left on our chest. The feature of Tunisia is always to pick our birds from the front loops. As we have seen, our model has begun to emerge. Now the thumb is decreasing and the thumb is gradually decreasing. We cut 37 chains for the main body and we do it in the same way. When it comes to the alignment of our knitting needle, we add the finger we have previously knitted. We attach only 3 places of the finger while attaching. After the weave is finished, we are sewing with a needle in accordance with the mesh. Right here we are reducing the number of chains steadily, because this part narrows down to a little bit.


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