If it fails,tips and tricks and ..

If it fails,tips and tricks and ..

11 november 2019 1 Door bertveugelers
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Which loop do you start after a break ?

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The last loop goes over your thumb. This is the loop that tightens when you pull on the thread.

The newest thumbloop is the lowermost on the thumb.

When you pull the thumbloop always tight you get nice even stitches to.

With the uni knot you can use other yarn then wool for needlebinding.

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When the stitches are not even?

After you make a stitch pull the row genthly lengthwise and it helps when you have the same tention of every thumloop you make.

In the following photos you can see what happens behind your thumb.

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After you made a stitch, then gently pull on it, the stitches will become even.

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After you made a stitch, then gently pull on it, the stitches will become even.

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After you made the stitch, then gently pull on it, the stitches will become even.

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After you made the stitch, then gently pull on it, the stitches will become even.

On the internet they call the first loop that is behind your thumb H1, i call it Bt1 (behind thumbloop) it is clearer to me.

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Oslo stitch you use 1 thumbloop and 1 Bt.

Fåberg stitch you use 2 thumbloops and 1Bt.

Korgen stitch you use 1 thumbloop and 2 Bt and F1 as connection stitch.

Mammen stitch you use 1 thumbloop and 2 Bt and F2 as connection stitch.

Brodèn stitch you use 1 thumbloop and 3 Bt.

Finnish stitch you use 2 thumbloops and 2 Bt and F1 as connection stitch and if you want to make it more dense then you use F2 as connection stitch.

If you change the loops on and around your thumb you get all kinds of different fabric, dense or loose discover all the options and be surprised.

Take a look at my needlebind YouTube video’s. I made the video clips with my smartphone and now save for a good camera and make new video clips 🙂