How to tie a beaded harness hook

Before you start knitting a bead harness made of fine beads and with ornament, you need to learn the basics of creating such harnesses and practice on larger beads. It is

necessary to understand what is an air loop, a half-column and a column without a cap. No other special knowledge is required to create a beaded knitting harness.

Set beads on thread

The first stage of creating knitted harnesses is a set of beads on thread. This stage sometimes takes longer than knitting itself.

Choose beads: suitable for any size and shape. Even uneven beads will look good, but truly high-quality beads will ennozzle the decoration. If you need to make a tourniquet with an ornament, you need to choose one of the many set schemes that ensure you get the desired result. The scheme needs to be followed exactly, otherwise the pattern will turn out with errors. If you use alternating beads of different sizes, the crochet harness will look relief or even bend in waves.

When setting beads, remember that it is not possible to trim the thread from the tangle in any case. In total you need to dial about 1-3 meters of beads to turn out a bracelet or beads. The length of the set depends on the size of the beads — the smaller it is, the more it will be necessary The thread for knitting needs to be taken of medium thickness, preferably thin Iris without lurex. The size of the hook is 1 — 1.5 mm. You need to dial the beads with a needle. Spread a thin thread in the needle, strap it around the main knitting thread, and then dial the beads, advancing it from the needle across a thin thread to the thick towards the tangle.

How to tie the first rows

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Second stage – crochet harness from a thread of beads.

The first row consists of air loops, into each of which is biserine. The thickness of the harness depends on the number of biserines in each row. The classic harness is usually knit of 6 biserines in diameter. Making an air loop, you need to grab the bead, bringing it closer to the hook.

The second row will consist of the same amount of biserines as in the front row, each having to be placed strictly above “its” first row biserine. Without removing the last loop of the first row from the hook, enter it into the first loop of the first row, move the beads to the right of the hook, move a new bead on the thread to the loop. Crochet the new bead and enter the thread through the front row biserine loop and the loop that was originally on the hook. This is knitting with no cape, which is suitable for narrow beaded harnesses. The column knitting is more comfortable larger in diameter harnesses.

How to finish knitting a beaded harness

Third and subsequent rows knit the same way. The main difficulty at the very beginning is not to mix up the loops or tie two beads over one or miss part of the loops of the previous row. Consider carefully how many biserines are in each row, watch out. To make the number match. After 5-6 rows, knitting a harness made of beads is easier, it is almost impossible to get tangled. Knitting in a circle. Until you get the result you want.

If the beads run out too soon, you can continue the tourniquet. To do this, dial more beads, and then tie the remaining tip of the thread and the tip of the new one so that the knot is located inside the harness.

Finish the beaded harness is simple: tie the noddle at the end, secure inside the harness behind its walls a pin ring, put on a metal cap, bend in ring the second end of the pin and attach the lock. So do with the second end of the harness.

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