For weaving the body with an openwork pattern on the walls will be required: -Linse-tubules -112 pieces; -List of cardboard with size 15 x 29 cm; scissors; -simple pencil; -no; -glue glue. On a piece of cardboard with a pencil 36 marks are made at the same distance from each other. Holes are made at the place of each mark and journal tubes are threaded two thirds of their length. The journal tubes are hard and can be broken during a sharp bend, therefore in places of bend they need to be stretched with your hands. Bend both ends of the tubes - racks and wrap a large part of the rack on the other side of the cardboard bottom. The smaller part falls on the same plane as the cardboard. In order not to get entangled in the upper and lower racks, weave one row in a simple bind on the large, upright stands. For the first row, it is desirable to choose a darker color tube.
Now you can clearly see the struts of a shorter length, weave a pattern with a string, wrapping them over the upper tubes by passing under the first row. If necessary, we can raise the weave of the first row, and after finishing the work, press it to the bottom.
Three are performed a number of simple weaving, then more working tubes are added, covering each pair of posts. For this work, the tubules are not colored, but of bright color and alternate with the others through each pair of racks. The zigzag pattern is made by binding one folded working thread with two ends in half. The end of each thread is woven in two pillars at an angle, forming a zigzag. The second end forms the pattern for the next pair of racks.
Next, a new working thread is taken and simple weaving is woven, grabbing the tips from the pattern along the way and hiding them. A total of 4 rows are made and the weaving ends.
In order to hide the ends of the pillars, they are interlaced with each other according to the “rope” principle. The finished product is covered with stain with the color of cedar, then with colorless varnish - impregnation. You can optionally weave a lid on the boxwork.
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