Spirit Napkins For Starters
It's quite an uncommon combination, even for experienced handholds. Oh, yeah. napkinnot hooked, but spies, air and lighter. It's not hard to tie. The truth is, before we start, we need to know some of the subtleness of this job.
The files are usually pulmonary matches, but other than this five. Speed preferably with the same size as♪When there's a sufficient number of hinges, it's better to go round the stairs from the tip.
The matches must match the thickness of the thread.
The cupcakes are starting to tie a hook!
The thread from which it comes shall be pushed twice on the left to the right on the index finger of the left hand (the end of the strap holds the thick and medium fingers of the same hand). There are two rings that drop off their finger, they pass the hook and chain the filament (Figure 1, a).
The rings are tightened to the right hand by a strap, then through the hinges (Figure 1, b) retract the filament, well tightened, so the first loop (Figure 1, B) is such that it can be put on a match.
Then they make a second loop. They roll through the hook one time (Figure 2, and), then the hook passes through the rings again, pulls the strap through them, so they get two hinges. Through these two loops, retract the string (Figure 2, B), tightly tighten it, and then there's a second loop (Figure 2, B). The other loops needed to start tying the napkin do the same as the second loop.
After the required number of hinges are taken on the hook, the remaining end of the tread shall be tightened. One of the two rings is reduced (the first one on the finger marked by figure 1 in figure 2 to); this ring is easily prolonged until the second ring 2 is reduced to the thickness of the matches with which it starts to work. It also reduces ring 1, retracting the remaining end of the thread.
By dialing the required number of hinges to start the model, they are distributed to the number of matches.
End of napkin bond.
The description of many models says it ends with the bird's teeth. Or you just don't say anything, and you want to make a beautiful toothbrush.
After the last row is tied, the hook is made with a cage, starting from the hinge to which the row ends (Figure 3, a). The lashes come from so many hinges (Figure 3.B) as indicated in the description or as you think; then take a specified number of hinges on the hook, carry a string through them and through the hinge of the bat (Figure 3, c) and repeat it by making a new lash.
After the top of the dentals, the needle shall be pulled from the bottom of the remaining ends of the filament at the beginning and at the end of the model.
Then the napkins are wiped, painted, slightly squeezed, so there's a lot of shatter left and dryed in a towel. To make the napkins look more beautiful, they'll be scattered when they're still wet, from the middle to the edge, moving the cliff to the radius so that the corners are formed. Or, as a second option, they make a box of paper, stick a little napkin to a box of pins.