GORGEOUS BEIGE JUMPER TUNIC

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Jumper, tunic or mini dress? Whatever you call it, this model looks great everywhere: appropriate in the office, informally on the beach and stylish in the bar.

DIMENSIONS
36–40 (42–46)
 

 
YOU WILL NEED
Yarn (80% viscose, 20% flax; 105 m / 50 g) - 550 (600) g beige mottled; knitting needles 4 and 5; circular knitting needles No. 4 and 5, length 40 and 100 cm.
 

PATTERNS AND SCHEMES
 

RUBBER
Alternately 1 persons., 1 out.
 

FACE FACE
Front rows - front loops, wrong rows - wrong loops. In circular rows, knit all the loops face.
 

OPEN PATTERN
Knit as shown. In the wrong rows, knit the loops according to the pattern, the crochets - the wrong. In height, repeat from the 1st to the 32nd row.


PATENT EDGE
In the front rows, knit the first and last 3 stitches with the front ones, in the wrong rows, remove the first and last 3 sts, as with the wrong knit.
 

DECORATIVE ADDITIVES
From the right edge = chrome., 1 person from the broach. crossed. 

From the left edge = tie a row to chrome., 1 person from the broach. crossed, chrome.
 

DECORATIVE REDUCES
From the right edge = 3 p. Of the patent edge, 2 p. Knit together the front. 

From the left edge = knit to the last 5 stitches of the row, 2 stitches together with the front knit with an inclination to the left (= 1 st., Remove 1 person as if with knitting, then stretch it through the removed loop), 3 sts of the patent edge .
 

KNITTING DENSITY
20 p. X 24 p. = 10 x 10 cm, connected by facial smoothness; 
19 p. X 25 p. = 10 x 10 cm, connected by an openwork pattern. Samples are made on knitting needles No. 5.
 

ATTENTION
Knit the model across, starting from the bottom edge of one of the sleeves. The arrows on the pattern indicate the direction of knitting.
 

PATTERN




COMPLETING OF THE WORK

On knitting needles No. 4, in a cruciform way, double thread for the sleeve, draw 92 p. And knit 1 out. a number of purl, then for the strap knit 3.5 cm = 10 p. rubber band. 

Continue work on knitting needles No. 5 or shorter circular knitting needles No. 5 with front stitch. 

For bevels, sleeves should be run on both sides after 4 p. from the bar 1 decorative increase, then decoratively add in each 4 r. 13 more times for 1 p. = 120 p. 

After 25 cm = 60 p. from the bar go to longer circular knitting needles No. 5 and add 80 p. = 280 p. from both sides for the front and back. 

Knit 1 out. a number of purl, then distribute the loops in the following sequence: 3 p. of the patent edge, 32 p. of the front surface, 1 p. of the wrong side, 64 p. = 4 times, repeat the rapport of the openwork pattern, 80 p. of the front surface, 1 p. of the wrong side , 64 p. Openwork pattern, 32 p. Front surface, 3 p. Patent edge. 

After 11 (14) cm = 26 (34) p. From the above-described distribution of loops, divide the work into 2 halves and first finish knitting before the first 140 p. Continue to knit the first and last 3 p. 

To round the neckline, make 1 decorative decrease near the patent edge 1, then decoratively decrease in each 4 r. another 8 times, 1 p. = 131 p. 

After 8 p. from the last decrease, perform a decorative increase near the patent edge 1, then add decoratively in each 4th r. 8 more times for 1 p. = 140 p. These loops should be postponed. 

Knit the back symmetrically in front. 

Next, transfer the front and back loops to long circular knitting needles and finish the part symmetrically, that is: after 11 (14) cm = 26 (34) p. from the front and back joints, close 80 p. on both sides and finish the second sleeve on the remaining 120 p. 

For bevel sleeves through 6 p. after closing the loops, decoratively reduce 1 point on both sides, then perform in each 4th p. 13 more times for 1 decorative decrease = 92 p. 

With a sleeve length of 25 cm = 60 p. go to the knitting needles No. 4 and knit another 3.5 cm = 10 p. an elastic band for a level, in the end to tie 1 out. row purl, then double thread to close all the loops, as with purl knitting.

 
ASSEMBLY
Make side seams and sleeve seams.




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