Well, before you start talking about knitting patterns for sweater and cardigan we should start with small details but that make the difference when it comes to making your knitting and helps beginners in the area.
Learn to Knit
Before you begin you will need a list of subjects, which may vary with which model you have chosen to make, but leave a list of topics for beginners here. After selecting the necessary materials it is time to choose the right wool for the type of clothing you want to do, with various types of wool it is easy to be in doubt on which wool to use but with this post on some more common wool in knitting I guarantee that will help you.
Now with the necessary materials and the right wool we will start knitting. Let’s start by making a false knot (put the woolen yarn in your left hand and pull 15 cm from the missing one in the right hand), make a loop making the rest of the wool stand to your left side. Place the knitting needle on the right hand strap, if you can do that first step you could pull the wires more tightly by making a loop on the needle.
Make sure the strap you made is on the shaft and not on the tip. If it is not on the axis, the points will be very tight, making it impossible for you to continue with your work. Now place the needle in your left hand, holding it with your palm and forefinger. The right hand also needs to control the movement of the wires. Use the left hand to keep the needles close to the knitting points, the right hand is used to pick up the wires and wrap them over the needles.
With the knitting needle in your right hand, pull the wool yarn through the needle, then place the left needle at this new point, and then slide the needle right out. At first it may seem quite complicated, even more describing how you should knit, but after a few attempts, you will certainly get the hang of it quickly and find it all very easy and simple.
Points in Knitting Patterns
Now let’s learn the stitches of knitting, according to the tutorial quoted above. Make thirty or forty stitches and have a knitting needle in your left hand. Place the right needle at the first stitch, starting from front to back. Wrap the wires below, and then thread the right needle over. Then pull the thread with the right needle.
Then just slip the first loop that is on the free needle. So, you should already have at least one stitch as a template for you to do the rest of the knitting plus a new stitch on your right needle. Remember to look to shift the needles from side to side at the end of each line to form the standard knitting stitches.
The point we call reverse when it comes to knitting is quite similar to the stitching point. However, instead of sliding the right needle under the left needle and facing backwards, in knitting you will have to slide the needle from right to left in front of the left needle.
With your right needle, pull the wires through the handle. Slide the handle off the left needle. Once you have done this, you should have at least one stitch on the left needle and a new stitch on the right needle. So, repeat this same procedure for the whole length of the line, now you know how to knit.
Before we close we have some important terms to correctly interpret the diagrams and diagrams you might want to make to help.
In addition to the terms, there are also some of the symbols most found in knitting schemes and their correspondences. Schemes should always be read from the bottom up.
There are dozens of knitting points that you can learn and explore but not without before you know some basic steps to get your knitting started.