YELLOW TOP WITH LACY BRAIDS

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You will need: 500 (600) g Gedifra "Violena yellow yarn "(50% cotton, 50% modal; 100 m / 50 g); straight knitting needles No. 4,5, circular knitting needles No. 4,5 40 cm long.

Knitting technique.
Garter stitch: front and back rows - front loops.
Wrong smooth surface: front rows - wrong loops, wrong rows - front loops.

Openwork pattern A: knit according to pattern A. Distribute the pattern loops in rows according to the description below. Knit 1-6 rows 1 time, then constantly repeat rows 3-6 rows.

Openwork pattern B: knit according to the pattern B. Distribute the pattern loops in rows according to the description below. In the back rows not marked on the diagram, knit all the loops according to the pattern, knit the crochets on the wrong side. When knitting in a circle, knit the yarn over the front. Knit 1–26 rows 1 time, then constantly repeat rows 3–26 rows.

Knitting density.
Openwork pattern A: 25 p. And 32 p. = 10 x 10 cm.
Openwork pattern B: 25 p. And 30 p. = 10 x 10 cm.

DESCRIPTION OF WORK

Back: dial 123 (145) p. And knit 1 wrong side with purl loops. Next, knit 1 cm = 5 p. with a garter stitch and in the next wrong side, knit all the loops with the wrong ones, then knit as follows: chrome., 3 stitches with purl stitch, 39 (50) stitches according to the pattern A = 3 (4) x 11 stitches from arrow a to c, 8 p. From arrow a to b, 30 p. According to scheme B = 20 p. From arrow a to c, 13 p. From arrow a to b, 39 (50) p. According to scheme A = 3 (4) x 11 p. from arrow a to c, 8 p. from arrow a to b, 3 p. wrong side stitch, chrome. After 10 cm = 32 p. in the last seamy row in the openwork pattern A, knit over the braid in 2 stitches together with the seamy = 115 (135) stitches. In the 31st row, knit on all loops according to pattern B, starting from the 9th row of the pattern, as follows: chrome. Rapport from arrow a to c 5 (6) times, 13 p. from arrow a to b, chrome. For the bevels of the waist, 6 rows from the beginning of the openwork pattern according to scheme B, close 1 point on both sides, then close in each 10th row another 2 x 1 point = 109 (129) points. After 13 cm = 40 p . from the beginning of the openwork pattern B, add 1 p. on both sides for bevels, then add in each 10th row 2 x 1 p. = 115 (135) p. After 15 cm = 46 p. from the 1st increase, reduce on both sides for armholes by 2 p., in the next 2nd row close by 1 p. = 109 (129) p. After 18 (20) cm = 54 (60) p. from the beginning of the armhole, close the middle 49 (59) p. for the throat and first finish the left side. To round the cutout, close from the inner edge of the neck in each 2nd row 2 x 3 p., While paying attention to the number of yarn in the row corresponding to the number of loops knitted together. After 20 (22) cm = 60 (66) p. from the beginning of the armhole, close the remaining 24 (29) p. of the shoulder.

Before: knit like a back, but for a deeper neckline already in the 39th row = 13 cm. From the beginning of the armhole, close the middle 27 (37) sts and first finish the left side. To round the cut, close from the inner edge of the neck in each 2nd row 1 x 5 p., 2 x 3 p., 2 x 2 p. And 2 x 1 p. After 20 (22) cm = 60 (66) p. from the beginning of the armhole, close the remaining 24 (29) p. of the shoulder. The second side finish symmetrically.

Assembly: perform shoulder and side seams. On the edges of the armhole, dial 90 (108) sts on circular knitting needles and knit 4 rows in a circle with a garter stitch, then close all the loops with the front ones. Along the edge of the neck, dial 126 (144) sts from the inside onto circular needles and knit 3 rows of purl in a circle. Then knit according to pattern B with an openwork pattern B, but until the 13th row, knit between openwork strips 2 out. instead of 3 out. Rapport from arrow a to c 7 (8) times. In the 13th circular row, knit after 2 out. item from a broach of 1 out. cross = 140 (160) p. Next, knit according to pattern B. After 16.5 cm = 50 circular rows with an openwork pattern B, close all the loops according to the figure.








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