Refresh your home with unique knitted basket!
Knitted basket as a decorative or practical detail in the home for the past several seasons, with the return of the retro style, have gained true popularity!
Everywhere you can see shelves and cabinets with them, housewives use them to store laundry or small things in the home, and we must admit that they give the ambience a warmth and a really special vintage shmek!
It will work for you when you find that you can make these cute baskets alone, with minimal consumption, using old newspapers!
See instructions and refresh your home with unique knitted corn!
Step 1: Take the old paper, separate the papers, and slowly one by one, FILL DIAGONALS by making tape from which you will be basket.
All the time, slide the inside of the adhesive with paper so that the straps are better fixed.
Step 2: Cut a square piece of cardboard – rectangular or square – depending on which basket shape you want. Tap the tape at the right edges along the edges of the cardboard, except on the corners where they will be placed diagonally. Thread the ends with the clips until the adhesive is completely dry and the straps remain well attached to the cardboard.
Step 3: When the tape is fixed over the herbs, another piece of cardboard of the same dimensions to further fix them with the “sandwich” method.
Reattach the clips until the adhesive is dry.
Step 4: To make it easier for you to knit on a cardboard, place a box next to your hips to knit the basket.
Start wrapping the basket by switching the leftmost tape over the adjacent right-hand tape and lifting it up, while simultaneously switching the second tape over the third and so in the same way.
You can use clips to keep the strap in place.
Step 5: When you start the second circle, you will stretch the streaks between the joint of the strap you previously lapped.
Continue until you reach the desired height.
Step 6: When you reach the desired height of the basket, shorten the ends of the strap, shorten it, then bend it inwards and stuck to the inside of the basket.
And that is that!