TOP WITH A CLASSIC OPENWORK DIAMOND PATTERN

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A top with a classic pattern in the form of openwork rhombuses looks very stylish due to the neat collar-ribbon wrapping around the neck.

DIMENSIONS

S (M) L (XL) 

BREAST CIRCUIT WIDTH

90 (99) (108) 117 cm 

LENGTH OF THE PRODUCT

52 (54) 56 (58) cm

YOU WILL NEED

Yarn (100% cotton; 50 g / 180 m) - 2 (2) 3 (3) skeins of sand, 1 (1) 2 (2) skeins of pink, 2 (2) 2 (2) skeins of gray, 1 (1) 1 (1) skein of blue; hook number 3; 2 buttons with a diameter of 11 mm. 

PATTERNS AND SCHEMES

MAIN PATTERN

Knit according to the pattern, as indicated in the job description.



LINE SEQUENCE

4 (8) 8 (12) p. sand, 
2 p. pink, 
8 p. gray, 
2 p. blue, 
12 p. sand, 
4 p. pink, 
14 p. gray, 
8 p. blue, 
6 p. sand. 

Further from the beginning of the armhole: 
12 p. pink, 
4 p. gray, 
4 p. blue, 
12 p. sand, 
6 p. pink;
then knit to the end with gray thread.

KNITTING DENSITY

27 p. X 20 p. = 10 x 10 cm, crocheted No. 3 with the main pattern. 

COMPLETING OF THE WORK

BACK

Sand the thread to complete the initial chain of 91 (100) 110 (119) vp 

For sizes S and M: turn with 1 vp lifting and knit 1st p. according to the scheme: 4 tbsp. non-cash in the first 4 c.p. * Tie 5 VP, skip 2 VP and perform 7 tbsp. b / n in the next 7 vp * Repeat from * to *, end the row: 5 vp, skip 2 vp and perform 4 tbsp. b / n in the last 4 vp 

For sizes L and XL: turn with 3 vp lifting, 2 vp Knit, starting 
from the 8th c.p. from the hook: * 7 tbsp. b / n, 5 vp, skip 2 vp * Repeat from * to *, end the row: 7 tbsp. b / n, 2 vp, skip 1 vp and perform 1 tbsp. s / n in the last loop of the row.

Continue knitting with the main pattern according to the pattern, alternating the colors of the threads in the specified sequence. 

Having connected 60 (64) 64 (68) p. (finish with a sand-colored thread), reduce the loops on both sides to form an armhole, at the same time divide the work in the middle for a cut on the back and finish both sides separately. 

Right side of the back

Attach a pink thread to 4 (10) 4 (10th) sts from the edge and knit 55 (55) 67 (67) sts with the main pattern. Tie 2 c.p. and 1 tbsp. b / n in the middle loop. Turn with 1 vp lift and knit 57 (57) 69 (69) p. in the opposite direction = 3 (9) 3 (9) + 1 p. will decrease from the side of the armhole. From the side of the cut, knit straight. 

For sizes S and M, reduce another 1, 1, 3, 1, 1, 1, 3, 1, 1, 1 p. In each row from the side of the armhole. 

For sizes L and XL, reduce another 3, 1, 1, 1 p. So: at the beginning of the row, those loops that need to be reduced, tie the connection. Art. At the end of the row, leave the indicated number of loops untied and turn. 

Having reduced all 18 (24) 24 (30) p., On the remaining 43 (43) 49 (49) p. Continue to knit directly with the main pattern to 2 (2) 6 (6) p. gray thread (= last strip). 

Neck

In the next row (on the front side), knit with the main pattern on the first 28 (28) 34 (34) st. b / n in each of the last 15 p. 

Right side

Break the thread and, attaching, perform 1 tbsp. b / n in the 16th p. (from the section). Knit with the main pattern to the end of the row. 

In the next row at the end of row 1, leave unbound, turn and connect to the first loop. Art., knit with the main pattern to the end of the row. 

Then, for all 26 (26) 32 (32) p., Perform 1 p. Art. b / n = shoulder edge. 

Left side of the back

Start as the right side, but in the middle loop perform 1 tbsp. b / n more. 

Knit on 57 (57) 69 (69) stitches with the main pattern (= 3 (9) 3 (9) stitches down from the side of the armhole). Turn with 1 vp lift and perform a decrease, as on the right side, but in a mirror image. 

BEFORE

Knit like a back (with decreases for armholes), finish 10 p. pink thread from the beginning of the armhole and begin to form a V-shaped neckline, for this, both sides finish separately. Mark the middle loop before the marker. Run 1 p. the main pattern on all loops and from the wrong side to start the decrease. 

Right side of the front

Turn and knit to the marker. 

Turn in front of the middle loop and close towards the inner edge 3, 1, 1, 1, 3, 1, 1, 1, 3, 1 p. (Decrease it as shown in the diagram). 

Left front

Attach the thread and start from the 1st point after the middle loop marked with a marker, perform the decrease, as on the right side, but in a mirror image and as shown in the diagram. 

After completing all the decreases, knit directly on the remaining loops until the length of the front becomes equal to the length of the back. 

ASSEMBLY

Perform shoulder seams (the edges can be crocheted) and side seams.

Tie the lower edge with a gray thread in a circle 2 p. Art. non-cash 

The edges of the armhole are tied with sand thread in a circle 2 p. Art. b / n (the edge should not be stretched or, conversely, too tight). 

Beika

Tie the edge of the neck with a sand thread 2 p. Art. b / n: start and finish at the edges of the cut on the back, perform 1 tbsp. b / n in each loop and 3 tbsp. b / n in the areas of rounding on the back. At the front, tie evenly so that the edges are not stretched or, conversely, too tight. Break the thread. 

Ribbon collar

Knit with a blue thread non-cash, turning work with the help of 1 vp lifting, 1st art. b / n to perform in the 1st paragraph. 

Attach a thread at the edge of the cut and knit st. b / n on the loops of the neck of the back and down from the second shoulder seam by 8 p. 

Then tie a chain of 50 vp (for connecting ribbon) and knit st. non-cash on the 8th Art. b / n front up to the shoulder seam and on the loops of the neck of the back to the edge of the cut. 

Next, knit on all loops 8 p. Art. b / n, finish by completing 2 hinge button loops from VP Sew on buttons.




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