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Those who say I don't have a hairpin. Those who say I don't know or can't knit with hairpins should read our article. This model is not actually hairpin knit. Very similar to that and quite easy, an easier technique than hairpin braiding.
Thread in 4 different colors 3.5mm crochet 3 x 15 cm long cardboard. (You can use it in the ruler).
Let's draw the chain to be the length you want.
Let's stretch the last loop of the chain over the cardboard that we cut, now we pull the crochet of the chain under it, pull the loop and place it on the cardboard.
Let's remove the loop from all the other chains and put it on the cardboard. When we get to the end of the line, let's fix and cut our rope.
Next, let's pull the same number of chains with a thread of a different color and remove the loop. Next, let's take 4 laps on the other color.
Let's pass the last 4 loops through the first 4. Now, let's take 4 loops of the other color, not the one we have crocheted, and pass it through the crochet.
Now, let's take a different color and make a loop over the chains of the second color that we knit. At the end of the row, let's fix the rope and cut it. Pull the chain of another color and remove the loop and place it on the cardboard. Now let's do the assembly process as we just did.
You can knit scarves, shawls, baby blankets repeating the colors as you wish. When the scarf is finished, let's finish by placing a tassel on the ends.