Making a knitted baby vest using Tunisian bear cub motifs. The little ones are going to have a lot of fun with the bears in their vests.
We are here again with the description of a baby vest with tunisian knitting technique. Those who want to knit baby vests can make knitting motifs on them to entertain the little ones.
We shared a model with a teddy bear in our article. In the current model, two bear heads on the baby vest stand out. The babies who saw this bear’s head are going to have a lot of fun.
We’ll do the separation process immediately here with 96 stitch collars. For him, 14 nodes, knit 4 nodes for the arm, 12 nodes for the arm, 12 nodes for the back, 28 knitted knits, 3 nodes for the arm, 12 nodes for the arm, 14 nodes for the front of the 14 nodes. With what we’ve been around from behind, it’s going to be harosha, and only four stitches will be knitted backwards. 4 When you knit Harosha, make the bruises. Do the augers every time you knit 4 harosha.
Every time I came to the front of the knitting, I made an increase by wrapping around the edges of the augers.
22 on the arm. When it was harosha, I tied the navy blue rope. I’ve knitted five rows straight and five rows of reverse knits.
We finished the lanes on his second arm.
We’ve moved on to knitting your body here. I knitted harosha until the knitting was finished, and I didn’t increase under the arm.
We knitted and cut 64 teeth from the collar to the end of the skirt.
I started to get stitches from the bottom of the front of the braid with a skewer. I put bottles on all the stitches up to the other bottom. I knitted the fourth row straight 5 rows upside down.