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How to braid semicircular flaps ★ Spaghetti bag!

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Published on Oct 23, 2017

It is a way to make a semicircular flap that is perfect for a bag knitted with extremely thick threads, such as spaghetti.
Because it is made only with fine knitting, even a beginner can easily do it.
It is recommended to rework and adjust easily even if it fails if you make it by knitting the flap part and then attaching it to the main body.
Used thread Hoooked Ribbon XL / Caramel Brown
Used Crochet No. 10 (6 mm)
(A little supplement)
When knitting a semicircle with fine knitting, basically increase by three stitches per row and knit.
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There is a case that it is not flat if it is ❗️ T shirt yarn! A
This is probably because I am using a smaller needle than the crochet which is regarded as a measure of the thread to align it, I thought, in that case increase 4th to 1st step without impossible Please give it.
However, if you increase the fourth step every stage, it will not be a semicircle but it will look like a "60% of a pie chart".
In this movie, since we knit the side after knitting a semicircle in order to fit on the main body beautifully, breaking through forcibly in the form of 60%, knitting the side will distort.
So, to finish beautifully you need to knit a semicircle beautifully ❗️
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I think that it will be cleaned beautifully if we loosen the yarn pulling force slightly more than usual and knit it to fit in several stages at about 1 degree. (In the work that took a video this time, I increased 3rd rows of 1st to 8th rows and 4ths of 9th row only)
Since the used thread is ribbon XL, it will also change slightly with spaghetti.
Please do not stick to what we are knitting, give priority to knitting how you can knit cleanly with your thread.

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