Knit nuts they look decorative on all garment items, especially dresses. They are very beautiful winter motifs. We put them as much as we want and at the intervals that best suit us. When making them we need an auxiliary needle. We can use the ordinary two-pointed needle we use when knitting in the circle, but it is even better with the groove we use when weaving the braid.
We do so by weaving them the real point. At the place where we want the nuts to put three eyelets on the needle, we wrap the thread ten times around these eyes, and then the three eyelets with the auxiliary needle are wrapped in the right stitch. If we want smaller nuts we work with two eyes and a smaller number of wraps. For larger we take more eyes and wrap the wool several times around the eyes. On the back of the work, we put all the eyelids wrong.
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