Hello everyone, i’m emanuele Bonaglia and welcome in my diary. In today’s video I wanted to show how to make that famous sfilatura called
“Gigliuccio”. First I prepared the tissue pulling one thread, I have left
4, I marched 12 wires (approximate number), I left 4-wire and I marched another.
Then I ran the stitch on both sides to secure the threads, and them I cut. That said, I must confess that I learned that preparing this video
until now I have always done this sfilatura incorrectly, as it always performs
from WS and not the straight! And this thing I was absolutely shocked,
But he gave the charge to finally learn correctly. We start by making the point
painting on the reverse of the entire first row starting in a hidden entering
a few strands of the plot and then proceed with the point from right to left. A
Once I freed the thread, do the first point in the vertical, in this way, then I
horizontally returning back to 4-wire, shooting, I go on always taking 4 wires, step under the weft yarns and go down vertically, in this way. the method to make the point
picture does not change, it always takes 4 wires weft horizontally, in this way,
after which you must always horizontally above, taking the threads of the plot, and then you go vertical, in this way. it continues
for the whole line. over the first line is He begins to make the next line linking
the bundles. therefore, I did for the first first point framework normally, then by
horizontally as if it took the picture point, then I take the two beamlets, in this way,
and return in the bundles and inside the loop, just run in this way. Now, throw
fine to stop, then take the second bundle, just to go down
and then I go vertically, in the slip-off. here is the first Gigliuccio. We see you. I
a first point under normal, so I go horizontally, then above, taking the bundle
and then I go vertically. I always go horizontally as if you were to make a point framework, take the two bundles and then rebuke, passing under and inside the loop forming the knot that stops the bundles. after which I take the second bundle passing below and then I go vertically normally, as close to the point framework. We redo.
the work is always done in this manner. here is the Gigliuccio. obviously the number of
I marched wires is indicative, it depends the size that you want. and that’s the end of work. if you are not already members of my diary but you would like to be, subscribe and join me in this adventure
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