Knitting: learning to sew two pieces of knitting

Knitting: learning to sew two pieces of knitting


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In order to assemble two pieces of knitting, you will need to have a thread and a tapestry needle, preferably with a round end. Sewing techniques differ depending on the edges to be joined. Below, we show you how to assemble two pieces of knitting with end of row in jersey. 1. The first step in sewing two pieces of knitting is to slip the thread several times under the first stitch, so as to form an eight. To do this, stitch the selvedge stitch or the first stitch in the right piece to be assembled on the wrong side, then take out the needle from the right side. Then stitch the first stitch in the left piece on the wrong side and also take out the needle from the right side. Put the needle back into the first stitch in the right piece, always on the wrong side, then take the needle out from the right side.
2. Then stitch the needle into the next stitch in the right piece and take out the needle after the row thread.
3. Go to the left piece and carry out the same operation in the first stitch following the edge stitch or the first stitch. Continue assembling the two pieces by alternately stitching the right knitting piece, then the left one. Also remember to regularly pull the thread to tighten the seam.