LACQUERED GRAY TEE WITH KNITTING NEEDLES

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T-shirt fits across!

You will need:  350 (400, 450, 500) grams of gray (957.0003) LANGYARNS MERINO 130 COMPACT yarn (extra-thin merino wool); knitting needles number 3,5.

Sizes : S (M, L, XL).

Chest:  108 (116, 124, 132) cm.

Length:  56 (58, 60, 62) cm.

Patterns and notes

Pattern I: 1 front, 1 wrong loop.

Pattern II: front smoothness = front side - front loops, wrong side - wrong loops.

Note 1: pullover will be knitted across. The arrow on the pattern shows the direction of knitting.

Note 2 (addition inside row 1): right edge = 1 hem, 16 stitches of Pattern II, from the broach between the 1st and 2nd loops on the left knitting needle, add 1 front, then knit the 1st loop of the front.

Note 3 (addition inside row 2): right edge = 1 hem, 5 stitches of Pattern I, from the broach between the 1st and 2nd stitches on the left knit, add 1 stitch, then knit the first stitch of the stitch.

Note 4 (decrease inside row 1): right edge = 1 edge, 16 stitches of Pattern II, 2 together front.

Note 5 (decrease inside row 2): right edge = 1 edge, 5 stitches of Pattern I, 2 together front.

Knitting density: Pattern II, 23 loops on 32 rows corresponds to 10 cm by 10 cm.


Description of knitting shirts across:

Back  (knit across)
Dial 37 (41, 45, 49) loops and knit with Pattern I. After 4 rows, continue knitting with Pattern II.

For rounding on the left edge, in each 2nd row, dial 1 loop 5 times, 1 loop 2 times, 1 loop 3 times and 1 loop 4 times, received 51 (55, 59, 63) loops.

In the next wrong side, knit all the front loops.

Then continue knitting with Pattern II and dial 60 more stitches along the left edge 1 time, 111 (115, 119, 123) stitches were obtained.

From the next front row, continue knitting, distributing the patterns as follows:

1 edge, 102 (106, 110, 114) loops of Pattern II, 7 loops of Pattern I, while starting with 1 wrong side, 1 edge.

At a height of 7 cm from the set edge, for the shoulder bevel along the right edge in each 2nd row, add 1 loop inside the row 23 times (see note 2), 134 (138, 142, 146) loops were obtained.

Then continue knitting, distributing the patterns as follows:

1 edge, 5 loops of Pattern I, while starting with 1 wrong side, 120 (124, 128, 132) loops of Pattern II, 7 loops of Pattern 1, 1 edge.

At a height of 33 (35, 37, 39) cm from the set edge, half of the part is connected.

To finish the back part symmetrically, that is, knit at a height of 45 (47.5, 50, 52.5) ​​cm from the typesetting edge, distributing the patterns as follows:

1 edge, 102 (106, 110, 114) loops of Pattern II, 7 loops of Pattern I, while starting with 1 wrong side, 1 edge.

To slant the shoulder along the right edge, decrease 1 loop in each 2nd row 23 times in the 2nd row (see Note 4), 111 (115, 119, 123) loops were obtained.

At a height of 59 (63, 67, 71) cm from the typesetting edge, close 60 times on the left edge 1 time.

In the next front row, knit all the wrong loops and continue knitting with Pattern II.

To round the left side, close 1 time 4 loops, 1 time 3 loops, 1 time 2 loops and 5 times 1 loop, we got 37 (41, 45, 49) loops.

Then knit 4 more rows with Pattern I and close all the loops.




The front of the shirt
Knit as a back, only the stitching with a pattern I to start with 1 wrong loop.

Neckline
At a height of 23 (24.5, 26, 27.5) cm from the typesetting edge, in each 2nd row along the right edge, reduce inside the row (see note 5) 11 times 1 loop.

At a height of 37 (39.5, 42, 44.5) cm from the typesetting edge, add 1 loop in each 2nd row along the right edge 11 times in each row 2 of the right edge (see Note 3). Finish like a back.

Assembly
Run seams.







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