How to remove the facial loop?
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In needlework, as in any craft, there are basic concepts, without which further work is almost impossible. In knitting such bricks for subsequent beautiful patterns are facial and purl loops, which are performed in a certain way. Let's look at how to remove the front loop, as well as the purl.
It is worth noting that removing the loop does not mean knitting it, it consists in transferring it from one spoke to another. You can remove the facial loop as follows:
- Insert the right needle into the front hole of the loop, strung on the left needle.
- Then flip the loop from one needle to another. In this case, the index finger helps to carry out the action of throwing a loop.
In the case of a purl loop, things may be a little different. Fasten the loop on the seamy side as if you were knitting a seamy loop in the classic version, but do not knit it, but simply transfer it from one needle to another.
Thus, having learned to shoot both loops, you can make patterns of varying complexity, as well as reduce the loops that you might have during knitting.