Even the most novice knitter can knit in this technique, it is enough to be able to knit front and back loops
So, for knitting we need threads, you can take the leftovers: different glomeruli, just pick them up by their colors and stocking knitting needles.
For one square, we collect 22 loops, 11 on both sides.
First row: knit 10 loops with the front, knit 11 and 12 loops together with the front one, and knit with the front loops to the end of the row.
Important! We always knit the first loop with the front one, and remove the last one inside out (thread before work), without knitting!
This is necessary if we knit with colored stripes so that the first loop does not shift in color in the row.
We knit the back row with the front ones, Do not forget - we knit the first loop with the front one, we remove the last one without knitting, the thread before work.
Further, in each front row, we knit the central three loops together until one loop remains on the knitting needle.
The small square is connected.
Now let's see how the half of the large square fits.
For him, we need to dial 44 loops.
We knit 1 row of 10 front, two together front, 20 front, two together front, front to the end of the row. Do not forget - remove the last loop inside out. We knit the purl rows with the front ones. Further in all front rows we knit three loops together, where in the first row we knit two together.
The last piece is knitted according to the same principle - three worms of a square.
For him, we collect 66 loops.
First row: K10, K2 together, K20, K2tog, K20, K2tog, knit to the end of the row. Remove the last loop inside out.
These are the three main elements when knitting a patchwork with knitting needles. It is from them that all patterns are made up. Next, I will show how they are connected to each other.
So, let's start connecting our pieces into a single canvas.
From the edge of the two squares we lift 22 loops - 11 from one and 11 from the other. And we knit the third square in the same way as the previous ones.
If you need to knit a square on the side, and we have only one edge, then we raise the loops from the edge (11 loops) and we cast on another 11 loops on the knitting needle.
Thus, we knit the fabric of the required size.
Other elements are connected to the canvas according to the same principle.
You can connect elements of different sizes, arrange them in different order - it's all just your imagination.
To make it easier to work, I advise you to first make a pattern on paper and draw a diagram of the location of your pieces on it.
And one more knitting option.
Patchwork with knitting needles is most often knitted from square motifs.
The first option - needlewomen knit motives, and only then form products without using any patterns.
The second option - the squares are not stitched, but connected during the knitting process. To perform knitting in this technique, the needlewoman must be able to make a set of loops, knit face loops and make subtractions.
1. First you need to choose a yarn. It is best if the yarn is of the same type. Choose the number of yarn colors at your discretion.
2. Cast on knitting needles 21 sts and knit in garter stitch: front and back rows - persons. n. Form the edge of the squares with knots, for this, at the beginning of the row, remove the edge loop without knitting, thread at work, knit the edge loop at the end of the row with the front loop.
3. In each 2nd row, make decreases, knit three central loops together (swap the second and first loops, 2nd loop from above, then knit 3 stitches together).
4. In the last row of the square, knit the remaining 3 loops together, cut the thread and fasten.
5. Next, start knitting the second square. To do this, cast 11 sts on the needle along the edge edge of the first square, then cast on another 10 sts on the knitting needle (use a working thread to throw air loops on the knitting needle).
6. Knit in garter stitch, make a decrease in every 2nd row, as in the first square.
7. Knit the remaining 3 stitches together, cut the thread and fasten.
8. Type the third square and knit like the second.
9. Knit the first row of squares to the desired width of the product, pick up and decrease the loops, as indicated in the second square.
10. Having knitted the first row of squares, proceed to knitting the second row of squares. To do this, dial 10 loops on the knitting needle (with a working thread, throw air loops on the knitting needle), 1 p.from the corner and 10 p. dial on the upper side of the first square.
11. Knit in garter stitch and make decreases as indicated in the previous squares. In the last row of the square, knit the remaining 3 loops together, cut the thread and fasten.
12. To knit the second square of the second row along the side edge of the first square of the second row, dial 10 points on the needles, from the corner of 1 point and along the upper edge of the second square of the first row dial 10 points on the needles.
13. Then all the other squares are set and subtracted, like the second square of the second row.
14. Next, the 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, etc. knit rows of squares according to the principle of the second row of squares.