CROSS CUT SWEATER

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The subtle nuances of the transitions from black to beige and white create the restrained beauty of the melange ribbon yarn, which embodied in a cross-cut mesh sweater that is cut across.

DIMENSIONS
36/38 (40/42) 44/46 (48/50) 
 

YOU WILL NEED
Yarn (85% cotton, 15% polyamide; 150 m / 50 g) - 250 (300) 350 (400) g beige mottled; circular knitting needles No. 4.5.
 

PATTERNS AND SCHEMES

Due to the large number of loops, it is recommended to knit the model on circular knitting needles in rows in the forward and reverse direction.
 

DRAWING PATTERN
The number of loops is a multiple of 3 + 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 the hem and loops before the rapport, repeat the rapport constantly, end the loops after the rapport and hem. Constantly repeat the 1st-4th rows.



KNITTING DENSITY
15.5 p. X 21 p. = 10 x 10 cm.
 

ATTENTION
Knit a sweater with a single fabric across, starting from the left sleeve. Arrow on the pattern = direction of knitting.
 

PATTERN




COMPLETING OF THE WORK

Knit 71 (77) 83 (89) stitches and knit 1 wrong side of the stitches. This series is not taken into account in subsequent calculations. 

Next, knit a pattern with broaches. 

After 34 cm = 72 rows from the initial row, dial 1 x 42 new loops for the lateral edge on both sides and include in the pattern = 155 (161) 167 (173) p. 

After 48.5 cm = 102 rows (50.5 cm = 106 rows) 52.5 cm = 110 rows (54.5 cm = 114 rows) from the initial row, close the middle loop for the neck and both halves on 77 (80) 83 (86) loops, respectively, continue to knit separately. 

After 63 cm = 132 rows (65 cm = 136 rows) 67 cm = 140 rows (69 cm = 144 rows) from the initial row, the middle of the front and back is reached. 

Then finish the pullover in mirror image, while the decrease will increase and vice versa. In conclusion, close the remaining 72 (77) 83 (89) p. As facial.
 

ASSEMBLY
Sew side seams and bottom seams of the sleeves. 




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