OPEN JACKET WITH POCKETS WITH SPOKES

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A cute jacket for every day with lace sleeves and pockets fastens with buttons.

 

DIMENSIONS
32/34 (36/38) 40/42

YOU WILL NEED

Yarn (50% cotton, 50% viscose; 110 m / 50 g) - 450 (500) 550 g lavender; knitting needles number 3,5 and 4; circular knitting needles No. 3.5; 6 buttons.

PATTERNS AND SCHEMES
RUBBER
Knit (knitting needles No. 3.5): hem, knit alternately 1 wrong, 1 front, finish 1 wrong and hem. In the wrong rows, knit all the loops according to the pattern.

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

Refers to the following patterns: only front rows are given in the diagrams. In the wrong rows, knit all loops and crochets on the wrong side. 

Start with the hem and loops before the rapport, repeat the rapport constantly, end the loops after the rapport and hem. 

During increases and decreases, make sure that the number of crochets and knitted stitches of the pattern matches.

MAIN PATTERN
Knit (knitting needles No. 4): the number of loops is a multiple of 12 + 1 + 2 hem. Knit according to scheme 1. Continuously repeat the 1st-24th rows.


OPEN PATTERN
Knit (knitting needles No. 4): the number of loops is a multiple of 8 + 1 + 2 hem. Knit according to scheme 2. Continuously repeat the 1–12th p.




UNDERLINED DECREASES

From the right edge = after the edge 2 p., Knit with a slope to the left (= 1 p. Remove, as the front, 1 front and stretch the removed loop through it). 

From the left edge = in front of the edge 2 p. Knit together the front.

KNITTING DENSITY
22 p. X 31.5 p. = 10 x 10 cm, connected by the main pattern and facial smoothness; 
24.5 p. X 32 p. = 10 x 10 cm, knitted with an openwork pattern.

PATTERN




COMPLETING OF THE WORK

BACK
Type 87 (111) 111 p.p. and knit 2 cm = 7 p. with an elastic band, at the same time start with 1 wrong side and in this row after the edge start with 1 front and finish symmetrically.

Then knit the main pattern. 

For armholes through 40.5 cm = 128 p. from the end of the bar on both sides close 1 x 3 p., in each 2 r. close 1 x 2 p. and underline decrease 5 x 1 p. = 67 (79) 91 p. 

For neck through 57 cm = 180 p. (59.5 cm = 188 p.) 62 cm = 196 p. from the end of the plank average 37 p. close and finish both sides separately. 

For rounding on the inner edge of the neck in every 2 r. close 1 x 2 p. and 1 x 1 p. Close the remaining 12 (18) 24 p. of the shoulder through 59.5 cm = 188 p. (62 cm = 196 p.) 65 cm = 204 p. from the end of the bar.

LEFT SHELF
Type 43 (49) 55 pins on the needles and complete the bar as on the back. 

Then knit between the edges of the main pattern, while starting with loops from the arrow A (B) A, repeat the pattern constantly and end with 3 stitches after the pattern. 

After 2 p. for pockets on loops from the 9th to the 33rd (from the 15th to the 39th) from the 21st to the 45th knit with an openwork pattern, continue to knit with the main pattern on both sides of the openwork pattern. After 9.5 cm = 30 p. from the end of the bar, knit the first 8 (14) 20 p., close 25 p. of the openwork pattern and knit the row to the end. 

Set the part aside and first carry out the burlap of the pocket. To do this, dial 27 p. On the knitting needles and between the hem knit the front surface. 

After 9.5 cm = 30 p. hinges set aside. 

Now, turn on the loops of the pocket burlap instead of the closed loops and knit all the loops with the main pattern, while in the 1st, through, row (= p. 

I will perform the stitch from the right edge in the same way as on the back = 33 (39) 45 p. 

For the neck through 49.5 cm = 156 p. (52 cm = 164 p.) 54.5 cm = 172 p. from the end of the bar from the left edge, close 1 x 8 p., in each 2nd p. close 1 x 3 p. and 2 x 2 p., then underline decrease 6 x 1 p. Close the remaining 12 (18) 24 p. shoulders at the height of the back.

RIGHT SHELF
Knit symmetrically to the left shelf. When performing the main pattern between the edges, start with 1 loop before the rapport, repeat the rapport continuously and end with the first 4 (10) 4 loops of the rapport.

SLEEVE
Dial 51 (59) 67 p.for each sleeve and knit 2 cm = 7 p. rubber band.

Then tie 2 p. facial smoothness. These 2 rows will not be taken into account in further calculations. 

Next, knit with an openwork pattern, while for bevels, add sleeves on both sides according to the pattern 5 x 1 p. In each 12th p. (7 x 1 p. Alternately in each 8th and 10th p.) 11 x 1 p. In each 6th p. = 61 (73) 89 p. 

For a sleeve round through 22.5 cm = 72 p. from the bar on both sides close 1 x 3 p., in each 2nd p. close 1 x 2 p. and underline decrease 22 x 1 p.; the remaining 7 (19) 35 p. close after 37.5 cm = 120 p. from the bar.

ASSEMBLY
Sew on burlap pockets. Perform shoulder seams. 

For the plank for circular knitting needles, dial along the edge of the neck on the right shelf 37 p., On the back 53 p. And along the edge of the neck on the left shelf 37 p. = 127 p. Tie 1 wrong side with purl stitches and 3 rows with elastic, in the next wrong row close all loops on the wrong side. 

For the fastener strips along the edges of the shelves, including the narrow sides of the neck strip, dial 135 (141) 147 p on circular knitting needles.

Tie 1 wrong side with  purl loops and 5 rows of elastic, in the next purl row close all the loops with purl. 

On the bar right shelf in the 4th r. (= faces. p.) Make 6 holes for buttons as follows: knit 27 (27) 29 p., 2 p. knit to the left, 1 crochet, then * knit 18 p., 2 p. knit together with the tilt to the left , 1 double crochet, from * repeat 4 times, knit the remaining 6 stitches (* knit 20 stitches, 2 stitches with left stitch, 1 crochet, 18 stitches, 2 stitches with left stitch, 1 crochet, * repeat 1 time, knit 20 p., 2 p. knit with a tilt to the left, 1 yarn, knit the remaining 6 p.) * knit 20 p., 2 p. knit with a tilt to the left, 1 yarn, from * repeat 4 times, tie the remaining 6 p. Nakida pr knit in the next row according to the pattern. 

Sew in sleeves, sew side seams and sleeve s




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