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The fine structural pattern is perfectly combined with the front surface, which is connected flared lower part of the model.

DIMENSIONS
S (M) L (XL)
 

YOU WILL NEED
Yarn (53% cotton, 33% viscose, 14% flax; 50 g / 220 m) - 5 (5) 6 (7) skeins of white; circular knitting needles No. 2.5, 40 cm long; circular knitting needles No. 3 60 and 80 cm long; 8 markers for knitting.
 

PATTERNS AND SCHEMES
 

STRUCTURAL PATTERN
1st and 2nd rows: 2 out., * 3 persons. and 2 out. *, repeat from * to *.

3rd row: 2 out., * 1 persons. remove, 2 p. knit together the front and the removed loop to stretch through the knitted, 2 out. *, repeat from * to *.

4th row: 2 out., * 3 persons. from the same loop, 2 out. *, repeat from * to *.
 

Attention
The structural pattern knits the finishing fragments on the front and back, the rest of the parts, including the sleeves, are made with the front surface.
 

1 ADDITION
Grab the broach between 2 sts with the left knitting needle and knit it with the crossed face.
 

KNITTING DENSITY
29 p. X 36 p. = 10 x 10 cm, connected by a structural pattern on knitting needles No. 3.
 

ATTENTION!
The product is knitted from the neck from top to bottom.
 

COMPLETING OF THE WORK
On circular knitting needles No. 3, dial 156 (156) 164 (164) p. And close the row. 

In the first row, make marks by positioning the markers as follows: 1 persons. (= ragged loop), attach a marker, knit 52 (52) 56 (56) p. with a structural pattern (= back), attach a marker, 2 faces. (= ragged stitches), attach marker, knit 22 (22) 22 (22) st. with face stitch (= sleeve), attach marker, 2 faces. (= ragged stitches), attach a marker, knit 52 (52) 56 (56) p. with a structural pattern (= in front), attach a marker, 2 faces. (= ragged stitches), attach marker, knit 22 (22) 22 (22) st. with face stitch (= second sleeve), attach marker, 1 person. (= ragged loop). 

Continue to knit in front and back with a structural pattern according to the pattern, sleeves - with front stitch. 

At the same time on both sides of the ragged loops in each 2 r. add 1 point each, until the needles have 122 (122) 132 (132) points for the back and front and 92 (92) 98 (98) points for the sleeves (ragged loops are not counted). 

Next, divide the loops as follows: knit 1 raglan stitch, 122 (122) 132 (132) st. And another raglan stitch, and 1 raglan stitch, 92 (92) 98 (98) st. Sleeves and another 1 raglan stitch temporarily leave after that, dial for the armhole new 6 (11) 6 (11) p., knit 1 raglan loop, 122 (122) 132 (132) p. and 1 more raglan loop, dial for the second armhole 6 (11) 6 ( 11) p., And 1 raglan loop, 92 (92) 98 (98) p. Of the second sleeve and another 1 raglan loop temporarily leave. As a result, in a circular row on the knitting needles will be 260 (270) 280 (290) p. 

Continue knitting with the structural pattern of the finishing fragments until the length of the product from the neck is 28 (29) 30 (31) cm. 

Next, knit only with the front surface. At the same time, make marks by attaching markers as follows: knit 128 (133) 138 (143) p., Attach marker, knit 2 p., Attach marker, knit 128 (133) 138 (143) p., Attach marker, knit 2 n., attach a marker. 

At the same time in every 3rd r. on both sides of the 2 marked loops perform 1 increment. 

When the length of the part from the end of the finishing fragments is 34 (34) 35 (35) cm, close the hinges.
 

SLEEVE
Transfer the left hinges of the sleeve to circular knitting needles No. 2.5 and dial 8 (13) 8 (13) p. On the edge of the armhole. Knit 1 p. in a circle, while reducing evenly 14 (15) 18 (19) p. Then close the hinges. 

The second sleeve finish the same.
 

ASSEMBLY
Fasten the ends of the threads. 

Wash the product in moderately warm water with the addition of a small amount of shampoo or detergent for wool products, stretch to size, leave to dry and then iron. 


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