OPEN TOP SPOKES

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Feminine and elegant top with bare shoulders, small sleeves and a shuttlecock, launched on top of the model, looks very romantic.

 

DIMENSIONS
36/38 (40) 42/44

YOU WILL NEED

Yarn (100% cotton; 180 m / 50 g) - 300 (350) 400 g of color flax; knitting needles No. 3; 2 pairs of long circular knitting needles No. 3; elastic thread of suitable color.

PATTERNS AND SCHEMES
OPEN PATTERN
The number of loops is a multiple of 8 + 1 + 2 hem = knit acc. scheme. On it are given front rows. In the wrong rows, knit all loops and crochets on the wrong side. Start with 1 edge and loops before the rapport, repeat the rapport constantly, end with loops after the rapport and 1 edge. Run 1–20 rows 1 time, then repeat 1 more times 1–10 rows = 30 rows in total.

 


OPEN RUBBER

Knit like an openwork pattern, but constantly repeat only the 11th and 12th rows of the pattern.

UNDERLINED DECREASES
In the front rows at the beginning of the row = edge, 1 front, 2 loops to knit together the front; at the end of the row = knit up to 4 stitches from the end, then knit 2 stitches together with a slope to the left (remove 1 loop as the front, 1 front, then stretch it through the removed loop), 1 front, hem.

FACE FACE
Rows in the forward and reverse direction: front rows - front loops, wrong rows - wrong loops. Circular rows: only front loops.

VOLANA PATTERN
The number of loops is a multiple of 8 = knit, like an openwork pattern, but according to pattern in circular rows. The diagram shows odd circular rows. In even circular rows, knit all loops and yarn over the front. Repeat only repeat rapport. Run 1–20th circular rows 1 time, then repeat 1 more time 1–10th circular rows = 30 circular rows in total.

KNITTING DENSITY
24 p. X 33 p./circ. = 10 x 10 cm, knitted with an openwork pattern; 
26 p. X 28 p. = 10 x 10 cm, knitted with an elastic band; 
24 p. X 26 p./circ. = 10 x 10 cm, connected by front stitch.

PATTERN




COMPLETING OF THE WORK

BACK
Knit needles 123 (131) 139 loops and knit 1 wrong side of the front. This series is not taken into account in subsequent calculations. 

Then, for the border, tie 9 cm = 30 rows with an openwork pattern. 

Continue working with openwork rubber. 

Attention!
Due to the different density of knitting, the width after the border decreases. On the pattern, this is depicted as a short bevel. 

To start raglan bevel, through 27 cm = 76 rows from the curb, for clarity, weave a mark into the edge. 

Then it is emphasized to reduce 1 x 1 p. For raglan bevel on both sides, then in each 2nd row 19 (22) 25 x 1 p. 

After 41.5 cm = 116 rows (43.5 cm = 122 rows) 45, 5 cm = 128 rows from the curb leave the remaining 83 (85) 87 p.

BEFORE
Knit like a back.

SLEEVE
Type 75 (83) 91 loops on the needles for each sleeve and knit 1 wrong side of the front. 

Then, for the curb, continue to work with an openwork pattern. 

To start raglan bevel, after 6 cm = 20 rows from the initial row, for clarity, weave a mark into the edge and perform ragged bevel, as on the back. 

At the same time, after 9 cm = 30 rows from the initial row, continue to work with an openwork rubber band. 

Attention!
The reduction in width due to different density of knitting on the pattern is taken into account in the size of the raglan bevel. 

After 11 cm = 30 rows (13 cm = 36 rows) 15 cm = 42 rows from the pattern change, leave the remaining 35 (37) 39 p.

SHUTTLECOCK
Dial 320 (336) loops on long circular knitting needles, close the work in a ring and knit 1 circular row on the wrong side. This circular row is not taken into account in subsequent calculations. 

Continue to work with a shuttlecock pattern. 

After 9 cm = 30 circular rows from the initial row, continue work with a pattern of 3 circular rows, while in the 1st circular row, knit 80 (82) 84 times each 3rd and 4th loop together with the front = 240 (246) 252 p . 

The 3rd circumferential row, distributed evenly, reduce 4 (2) n 0. 

After 1.5 cm = 4 number of circular shift pattern to leave the remaining 236 (244) 252 n.

ASSEMBLY
The loops of the back, 1st sleeve, front and 2nd sleeve alternately dial on the 2nd pair of long circular knitting needles = 236 (244) 252 loops. Run raglan seams to the marks, as well as side seams and sleeve seams. Pull the shuttlecock over the pullover so that both pairs of circular knitting needles at the neck edge are parallel, and the front sides of the pullover and shuttlecock are on the outside. Then knit 1 loop of the shuttlecock and pullover together with the front ones to connect both parts. 

Attention!
The edge of the shuttlecock, when connected, rests a little more so that the shuttlecock forms light waves. Then, for the neckline, on 236 (244) 252 loops, knit another 1 cm = 1 round row of seamy + 1 circular row of front + 1 circular row of seamy, then close all the loops as facial. 

For the 1st strap, cut off 18 threads 45 cm long. Tie the threads 11 cm below the ends. Then weave a “braid” 19–20 cm long and re-tie the threads at the end of the “braid”. The fringe at the ends of the "braid" trim. 2nd strap to perform similarly. After trying on (!), The straps are sewn outside to the neckline so that they are located on the shoulders, and the fringe hangs over the frill. In the 1st and 3rd circular rows of planks, insert one elastic thread with a length equal to the width of the shoulders.




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