Knitted Egg Beret Making
Knitted Egg Beret Making
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Knitted Egg Beret Making

Would you like to make your breakfast tables more enjoyable for the little ones in the house? Here I have a very cute idea about it; puff Making a cute accessory that will take only 1 hour. Since my shelves are purple, I chose a rope that matches the color of the pattern. You can make such cute bouquets by considering the colors of your own shelves. Let's come to the list of needs:

What do you need?
1) Number 3 to 5 skewers 
2) Wool needle (if not crochet) 
3) Rope suitable for knitting with 3-4 number 
4) Two identical round cartons of 4 cm diameter (for pompom making) 
5) Scissors 6) Stickable pivoting eyes

It's time for construction: 

How is it done?
1) One bottle of 36 stitches is thrown (1st square) and an equal number of stitches is distributed in 4 bottles (2nd square) 
2) The first stitch in the beginning is the first stitch to be knitted in the first row. 
3) When the first stitch which is initially thrown is knitted, all the stitches become ring. 
4) 10 rows of flat weave is knitted. (4.kar A) 
5) knitting the last two loops of each spit from row 11 together; Thus, when we finish the 11th place, the number of stitches which is 36 becomes 32. 
6) In the 12th, 13th, and 14th rows, the last two loops of each skewer are knitted together. At the end of the 14th row, 5 stitches are left on each spit and a total of 20 stitches remain. 
7) The end of the rope is cut to remain 20-30 cm and passed to the wool needle and passed through the remaining 20 stitches one by one (5th square).

How to make pompoms? 
1) To make the pompom, a long rope is inserted into the wool needle (2m), double-layered (1st square), placed on top of each other and the middle of the cardboard is punctured to pass through the middle of the cardboard is wrapped out frequently. When the rope is finished, a long rope is taken again and the winding is continued as a double layer (2nd frame).
2) When the winding is finished, the wrapped threads are cut at the level of the outer circumference of the cartons (3rd square).
3) 20-30 cm long rope is taken and passed through the middle of the cartons in a double layer and knotted firmly (4th square).
4) The cartons are removed by cutting, the resulting pompon is slightly rounded into the hand and turned into a smooth shape.
5) Both the last rope and the rope of the pompom are passed through the gap formed at the top of the beret and knotted in such a way that these ropes remain inside the beret (5th square). 

From now on, it will boil the egg, glue the eyes and wear the beret. Delicious breakfasts for everyone :)

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