OPEN JUMPER WITH SPOKES WITH ORIGINAL PATTERN

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The new original style gives expressiveness to knitted patterns. A great example: a pullover with raglan sleeves, different lengths of the front and back and a mesh pattern.

DIMENSIONS
36 (38/40) 42

YOU WILL NEED

 
Yarn (90% cotton, 10% cashmere; 125 m / 50 g) - 350 (400) 450 g shortbread; knitting needles No. 4; circular knitting needles No. 4.

PATTERNS AND SCHEMES
RUBBER
An even number of loops. Each row start and finish 1 hem. 

Front rows: alternately 1 front crossed, 1 wrong side; 
wrong side: alternately 1 front, 1 wrong side crossed.

OPEN PATTERN
The number of loops is a multiple of 6 + 2 hem = knit acc. scheme. On it are given front rows. In the wrong rows, knit all loops on the wrong side; instructions. Start with 1 edge and loops before the rapport, repeat the rapport constantly, end with loops after the rapport and 1 edge. Continuously repeat the 1st – 12th rows.


UNDERLINED DECREASE
Right edge = hem, 2 front, 2 loops, knit together front with an inclination to the left (remove 1 loop as the front, 1 front, then stretch it through the removed loop); 
left edge = knit acc. to the last 5 stitches, then knit 2 stitches together, 2 stitches, hem.

KNITTING DENSITY
22 p. X 26.5 p. = 10 x 10 cm.

PATTERN




COMPLETING OF THE WORK

BACK
Type 110 (116) 122 loops on the knitting needles and tie a 10 cm rubber band for the strap. 

Continue to work with an openwork pattern. 

After 16 cm = 42 rows from the plank (that is, in the 7th row of the scheme), close 1 x 11 p. For raglan bevel on both sides, then in each 2nd row underline decrease 21 (24) 27 x 1 p. 

Attention!
When performing the 1st underlined decrease between the loops of the decrease, constantly repeat the rapport of pattern 2 in the 9th row of the pattern. 

After 32.5 cm = 86 rows (34.5 cm = 92 rows) 37 cm = 98 rows from the bar to close the remaining 46 loops for the neck.

BEFORE
Knit like a back, but the ragged bevel should begin to be performed after 11.5 cm = 30 rows from the plank. 

After 25 cm = 66 rows (27 cm = 72 rows) 29.5 cm = 78 rows from the plank, close the middle 28 points for the neck and finish both sides separately. 

For rounding along the inner edge, close in each 2nd row 3 x 1 p. 

After 28 cm = 74 rows (30 cm = 80 rows) 32.5 cm = 86 rows from the plank, close the remaining 6 p., They belong to the neck .

SLEEVE
Type 56 (62) 68 loops on the needles for each sleeve and tie a 10 cm elastic band for the strap. 

Continue to work with an openwork pattern. 

At the same time add 12 x 1 p. Sleeves on both sides in each 6th row of the plank for beveling. pattern = 80 (86) 92 p. 

Raglan bevel through 34 cm = 90 rows from the bar to perform, as on the back. 

After 50.5 cm = 134 rows (52.5 cm = 140 rows) 55 cm = 146 rows from the plank, close the remaining 16 p.

ASSEMBLY
Run raglan stitches. 

For the plank, dial 120 loops on circular knitting needles along the edge of the neck and knit with an elastic band in circular rows (= alternately 1 front crossed, 1 wrong). With a plank width of 4.5 cm, close all the loops according to the figure. 

Run the side seams and seams of the sleeves, while the lower 10 cm and the entire back strap, as well as the lower 5.5 cm front strips, are left open for side cuts.




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