Papier-Garn selber machen – nachhaltiges Geschenkband ohne Plastik

Mit dieser Anleitung kannst du aus Altpapier Papier-Garn herstellen. Das fertige Band eignet sich als Geschenkband sowie zum Stricken, Weben und Häkeln.

There are several models that you can apply in knitting, but the actual “flat” knitting is only one of them. For example, you can knit in the form of a reverse braid or an inverted flat. Well, since you have to start somewhere, let’s start with a flat braid.

1st.Hold the looped skewer in your left hand, hold the looped skewer in your right hand. You might want to wrap some work thread around the middle finger of your right hand. That way, the thread will be left behind.

2nd ed. Put the noose under the front of the first ring (the one closest to the tip of the skewer) and push it forward so that the right skewer stays behind the left skewer.

3. Make sure the working thread, which is attached to the ball, stays behind the skewers.

4. Hold the working thread (not the tail thread) attached to the ball and wrap it around the right skewer counterclockwise so that the thread is positioned between the two skewers. Wrap the thread from back to front.

5. Look at the middle of two skewers from the top. You should see two holes in the middle thread.
Move up and down to position the right skewer over the left hole.

6. Stick the right skewer in front of the left skewer into the left hole. Do it slowly so that the noose doesn’t come out of the skewer.
If you’re looking straight at the skewers instead of under the skewers, the process will look a little different. Make sure that the thread that you put around the skewer stays the same, and start slowly pulling the skewer out of the ring. This can help keep the thread tight so that the ring stays constant around the skewer.
When the tip of the skewer is about to go completely out of the ring, turn the tip of the skewer so that it looks towards you and brings the thread wrapped around it.
What you’re doing here is actually passing a ring through a noose. The ring you put on the second skewer is a new loop that will replace the previous loop.

7th ed. Now you have a new noose; you can pull the previous noose aside. Hold the unbuckled loops on the left skewer with your left hand and take the right skewer and the knitted loop up and save it from the end of the left skewer. If you made a loop on the right skewer, you knitted it right. (If not, rip out what you did, throw another noose and try again.)

8. Repeat this process until all the loops on the first skewer are knitted, and when done, they will all be transferred to the second bottle.

Ninth Change the skewers. In his right hand, take the skewer on which the knitted loops are on his left hand, and in his left hand, take the empty skewer in his right hand. Make sure the rings are facing the same direction and the knitted work faces the right side of the left skewer.

10. Keep changing the skewers after every line you knit. Keep doing that, and you’ll finally start to come up with the “Harasho braid” model.

Remove The Noose
Take out the loop to finish the weave. This is also done for drilling holes and will transform their moving rings into the completed fixed edge of a knitted work.

1st. Two loop eg.
2nd ed. Switch the left skewer to the first loop on the right skewer, that is, the rightmost loop.
3. Run the first loop over the second loop.
4. Leave the two connecting loops on the right skewer, leaving the left skewer.
5. Knit the other loop and repeat this process until there is only one loop left on the right skewer.
6. Pull the skewer out of the last ring. Just leave it without touching the ring.
7th ed. Cut the thread leaving a share of up to 15cm at the end.
8. Tie the severed tip into the ring and tie it tight. You can cut the remaining end of the thread and leave it too short, or hide the dangling thread with a wool needle for a more professional look.
NinthCongrats! It’s your first time knitting.

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