LONG LACE WITH JOPS

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A beautiful elongated fitted sweater with stripes and a variety of openwork patterns will appeal to those who prefer a classic feminine style in clothes.

DIMENSIONS

38/40 (42/44)

YOU WILL NEED

Yarn (59% cotton, 41% viscose; 105 m / 50 g) - 650 (700) g of body; knitting needles number 4; circular knitting needles No. 3.5.

PATTERNS AND SCHEMES

FACE FACE
Front rows - front loops, wrong rows - wrong loops.

PATTERN A
The number of loops is a multiple of 3 + 2 hem = knit acc. Scheme 1. On it are given the front rows. In the wrong rows, knit all loops and crochets on the wrong side. Repeat rapport and rows 1–4 between the hemlines.


PATTERN B
The number of loops is a multiple of 8 + 2 hem = knit acc. Scheme 2. On it are given the front rows. In the wrong rows, knit all loops and crochets on the wrong side or crochet according to instructions. Start with 1 edge and loops before the rapport, repeat the rapport constantly, end with loops after the rapport and 1 edge. Continuously repeat 1st – 8th rows.




PATTERN C
The number of loops is a multiple of 10 + 2 hem = knit acc. Scheme 3. On it are given the front and back rows. Between the edge constantly repeat the rapport and the 1st and 2nd rows.




PATTERN SEQUENCE A
14 cm = 44 rows with A pattern and 2 rows with front stitch, 
* 16 cm = 48 rows with B pattern and 2 rows with front stitch, 
18 cm = 52 rows with C pattern and 2 rows with front stitch, 
14 cm = 44 rows with A pattern and 2 rows front stitch = total 62 cm = 196 rows.

PATTERN SEQUENCE B
Knit as a sequence of patterns A, but start with * = only 48 cm = 150 rows.

KNITTING DENSITY
21 p. X 33 p. = 10 x 10 cm, connected by a pattern A; 
22 p. X 31 p. = 10 x 10 cm, connected by Uzom B; 
26 p. X 30 p. = 10 x 10 cm, connected by a pattern C; 
2 p. = 0.5 cm, connected by facial smoothness.

ATTENTION!
The stitching depicted on the pattern is formed due to different density of knitting. Reducing the width after the armhole as a result of decreases, alternating patterns and different knitting densities on the pattern is considered to be the size of the armhole.

PATTERN




COMPLETING OF THE WORK

BACK
Draw 107 (116) stitches on the knitting needles and for the strap, knit 0.5 cm = 1 wrong side of the front, 1 wrong side of the wrong side and 1 wrong side of the wrong side. 

Continue work according to the sequence of patterns A and to balance the pattern, as well as to reduce the width, perform the following decreases: in the last row of the front stitch after the first pattern A, reduce 1 (2) st. = 106 (114) st., in the last row of the front stitch after pattern B, evenly distributed, reduce 4 (2) st. = 102 (112) st., in the last row of the front surface after pattern C, decrease 1 (2) st. = 101 (110) st. and in the last row of the stitch after second pattern A , evenly distributed, reduce 3 (4) p. = 98 (106) p. 

After 62 cm = 196 rows from the plank, continue work with pattern B, at the same time close 1 x 4 p. For armholes in the 1st row on both sides, then close 1 x 2 p. And 2 x 1 in each 2nd row p. = 82 (90) p. 

After 14 cm = 44 rows (16 cm = 50 rows) from the end of the pattern sequence, close the middle 34 p. for the neck and finish both sides separately. 

For rounding along the inner edge, close in each 2nd row 1 x 5 p., 1 x 3 p. And 1 x 2 p. 

After 18 cm = 56 rows (20 cm = 62 rows) from the end of the pattern sequence, close the remaining 14 (18) p. Shoulders.

BEFORE
Knit like a back, but for a deeper neck, already after 4 cm = 12 rows (6 cm = 18 rows) from the end of the pattern sequence, close the middle 14 stitches, then in each 2nd row close 2 x 4 stitches, 3 x 2 p. And 6 x 1 p.

SLEEVE
Type 58 loops on the needles for each sleeve and tie the bar, as on the back. 

Continue work according to the sequence of patterns B, while doing the following additions: in the last row of the front surface after pattern B, evenly distributing, add 4 st. = 62 st., in the last row of pattern 1 after pattern C add 0 (6) st. = 62 (68 ) p. 

After 48 cm = 150 rows from the plank continue working with pattern B, while distributing the pattern from the middle and simultaneously closing the sleeve in the 1st row on both sides 1 x 4 p., then close in each 2nd row 1 x 2 p., 17 x 1 p. And 2 x 2 p. 

After 13.5 cm = 42 rows from the beginning of knitting the sleeve, close the remaining 8 (14) p.

ASSEMBLY
Perform shoulder seams. 

For the plank, dial 150 loops on circular knitting needles along the edge of the neck and tie 8 circular rows of faces. 

Then, for “mouse cloves”, perform 1 circular row as follows: * 2 loops knit together the front, 1 double crochet, from * constantly repeat. Then again knit 8 circular rows of faces and after that close all the loops as facial. 

Half hem hem inside. Sew in sleeves, sew side seams and sleeve seams.




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