Double-sided knitting or the so-called double face technique, has many advantages in creating warm winter clothing items. This technique can also be called double knitting, since the knitted fabric is obtained in two layers, which is not unimportant for knitting warm clothes, and has two front sides, which is ideal for scarves and hats. There are a number of pluses in the jacquard patterns of this technique: firstly, there are no broaches and, secondly, on both sides we get two patterns that are identical but contrast in color.
For two-sided jacquard knitting techniques, monophonic smooth yarn of two colors, medium thickness, is best suited.
This technique can be performed in two ways: first, first knitting with one thread, then second or simultaneously both sides with two threads. way of knitting simultaneously with two threadsby tying a small sample of the pattern. First, thread with both colors the required number of loops + 2 edge loops.
On the knitting needles we get twice the number of loops, where each dialed loop consists of a dark and light thread, try to arrange the threads in turn. The first and last dialed loop of two strands is edge. We knit the edge loops with double thread in the front row of the front, in the next - purl and so alternate. After the edge, the first loop is the loop of the front side, it always knits the front, the second loop is the loop of the back side, it always fits the wrong side. Further alternation continues.
Let us consider in more detail the way of knitting loops: Front loop: we place both threads on the index finger of the left hand and the first loop from the edge, the loop of the front side is purple, we knit the front, grabbing the dark thread from the index finger, so the light thread remains behind the knitted loop.
The second loop (pink) is the back side loop. We place both threads in front of the knitting needle, as when knitting the wrong loop and we sew the wrong loop, capturing with a knitting needle, only a light thread. Thus, the dark thread remains in front of a knitted loop.
Next, alternate knitting of the front and back loops. After finishing the series, we turn the work and now the light loops are front, and the dark back ones.
After knitting several rows we get a fabric of two layers of dark and light yarn connected by edge loops. On the outer sides of the front surface, and on the inside of the backside pattern.
Next, we begin to knit a pattern, following the pattern where the cell corresponds to the loop and its color. Take an empty cell for the loop knitted with the primary color of the side, and a cell with a cross for the loop knitted with the color of the thread on the reverse side. Remember that turning the work, the colors change, and according to the scheme, you follow back and forth.
Elastic band is the most popular pattern in knitting neck accessories. Firstly, the products associated with this pattern do not stretch and hold their original shape for a long time. Secondly, it looks elegant and fashionable. Thirdly, it fits simply and is accessible even to a beginner needlewoman.
Eraser happens: regular (1x1, 2x2, 3x3), embossed, "English", "Polish", "American". All types are equally suitable for women's, men's and children's knitted accessories. Let us consider in more detail several types of this pattern with schemes.
Simple elastic band 1x1
To bind the prototype, you need to dial the loop, the number of which is a multiple of two plus 2 edge.
1 row: KPM (edge), * FACE, OUT *, KPM.
2 row: CRM, * FROM, PERSONS *, CRM.
English gum allows you to look like a finished product effectively even in a plain design. A small drawback of this pattern is that yarn consumption is greater than when knitting a simple elastic band. The pattern is carried out simply, it is enough to knit several rows according to the scheme and it is easy to navigate according to the resulting pattern, continuing work without looking into the description.
English gum pattern
For a sample on knitting needles, dial the number of loops multiple of three plus two edge.
1st row: CRM, * FACE, yarn, remove the next loop from the working needle without knitting, end the row FACE * - repeat until the end of the row, CRM.
2 row: CRM, * yarn, remove the loop that is not knitted, the next yarn and front knit together as the wrong one * - repeat to the end of the row, KRM.
Continue to knit a series of 1 and 2 rows between each other, to the desired length of the product, close the loops of the last row.
“Rice” or “pearl” is considered an excellent double-sided pattern for a scarf made with knitting needles. The pattern looks as if small pearls or pictures were neatly laid out on the product. It is used for knitting scarves and hats, sweaters and sweaters.
Scheme pattern "rice"
For the sample, dial on the knitting needles an even number of loops plus 2 hem.
1 r: KRM (edge), * FACE (front), OIH (wrong) * - repeat from * to * to the end of the row, KRM,
2 r: CRM, * FROM, FACE * - to the end of the row, CRM.
3 r: CRM, we change the loops to the opposite, over the FACES we knit OUT and vice versa. KPM.
4 r: CRM, * FACE, OUT * - to the end of the row, CRM.
From the fifth row, the pattern is repeated. Start knitting it from the first row according to the pattern.
Double-sided Scarf with Diagonal Pattern
The beauty of the double-sided pattern is suitable for both male and female scarves. Looks good "diagonal" in circular scarves.
For the sample, such a number of loops are collected that they can be divided into 6 plus two edge ones without a remainder.
Further, the sample is knitted according to the scheme:
The result is such a beautiful accessory.
Beautiful double-sided knitting pattern
Many craftswomen are looking for suitable double-sided patterns with knitting needles for a scarf. Knitting patterns begin with the simplest options and end with sophisticated sophisticated patterns. The easiest way to knit patterns in the form of elastic bands or relief. They will become a worthy decoration of any knitted fabric.
Let's look at the most popular two-sided patterns that can be knitted.
Looking for a double-sided pattern for a plaid? Pay attention to this picture. The scheme of its implementation is simple. Thanks to the relief of such a pattern, you can knit a volumetric plaid.
Step-by-step process description:
- Let's start the knitting lesson with a simple but very original pattern. If you take soft yarn, you can plush, you get a beautiful and warm blanket.
- We will prepare the necessary materials for work. The rapport is three loops, so their number should have been a multiple of three.
- Pick 25 loops. These include two loops for symmetry and two hem.
- The first loop in the row, the edge, is removed without knitting.
- We grab the next one by the front wall and knit the front one.
- We carry out further the crochet in this way: we wind the knitting needle under the working thread and pick it up.
- We retake the next loop without knitting. Next, we knit two loops at the same time front, making a grab for the rear wall.
- Next, repeat this rapport: we perform the crochet, remove the loop without knitting and two at the same time the front.
- We knit the last two stitches of the row like this: we knit the first one on the front, and the edge - on the wrong.
- In the next row, repeat the pattern repeat. After the edge we knit the front loop. Next, we perform the crochet, remove the next loop without knitting, then two simultaneously knit the front.
- Again, repeat this rapport to the end of the row. Before the hem, we knit the front.
Bilateral patterns with knitting needles for a snout almost always have a relief appearance. You can tie it with an English rubber band and get an amazingly beautiful canvas. We invite you to master another brand new pattern.