Now let’s come to Harosha baby shoes making narration. As I always say, you can enlarge the number of stitches for yourself or for your baby to knit booties and make them suitable for the age you want. I add two videos of a Turkish sister and a foreign German woman with the video narration. I will explain to you the following picture. Then you can watch the sequence of the video.
Let’s see what we will do with you today.
Let’s change the color after 12 teeth harasha row. (have 12 teeth at the back and front)
An important note: You can increase or decrease the number of stitches according to the length of our boot. This pattern of booties or rather this knitting style was called patchwork. If you are going to knit booties for your baby and your child, you should knit 8 rows of harosa if you started with 8 loops. If you started with 10 loops, we will knit 10 rows of harosa. We started with 12 loops in this model and knitted 12 rows of harosha. Let’s make 6 color changes in this way. Let’s cut our knit.
After 6 knitting 6 squares that we knit, let’s knit the knitting with the yarn, which is the contrast color of our yarn from 2 squares, as shown in the picture, from the second square at the one end. For those who do not know the detailed explanation in our KNITTING TECHNIQUES section, let’s take out 12 loops. Let’s take a pattern from the other end of the 6 square braids from the last square to the opposite side. You can see the details of this more comfortably in the video.
Especially when it comes to the reason I liked to have 2 colors. Color separations that will guide our friends who never knit.
In this way, lay the flat on the ground with 2 of them protruding to the left of one of the 6 squares and the other protruding from the second square to the right. Now it is time for our HIDDEN STITCHING from KNITTING TECHNIQUES section to help you planting process. When we lay our knitting on flat ground, there will be 6 longitudinal boxes.
We begin to sew the same colors on one louse. You seem to say how we will understand it. The easiest way to distinguish is to sew the edge of the L at the bottom, while the weave is on flat ground.